🐱‍💻 What learning strategy do you use?

Viorica Vanica
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I recently read an article written by Scott H Young where he emphasizes 10 strategies of learning: 1. Retrieve the information, don't re-read 2. Expose Yourself Multiple Times to the Same Information 3. Learn the basics first 4. Test Your Knowledge Before You’re “Ready” 5. Offload some of the problem to paper - free up headspace 6. Never Multitask 7. Pretend to Teach It 8. Find Your Reason to Be Interested To be honest I think the "Offload some of the problem to paper - free up headspace" strategy is the one I most of the times use. Wondering what learning strategy do you have?

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Becoming a better person.
1. Researching and collecting articles and posts about that topic 2. Reading one after the other patiently 3. Writing down the important points or the points that I might forget 4. Going through all those written points, once a day 5. Implementing it in my tasks 6. Teaching it to someone who wants to know more about it, or writing a blog about what I learnt
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@viorica_vanica Thanks, feels good to help
Founder of Tetriz.io
1. Over breakfast checkout video course about soft skill topics 2. At 4 pm: tea break & screen break reading book with the e-reader for 30 min. 3. For coding skill organises micro hackathon on one afternoon, to learn new tech and start practising.
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@fabian_maume how many hours do allocate to micro hackathons?
Founder of Tetriz.io
@viorica_vanica 12 to 20 hours per month. I have a personal goal to learn 2 new techs or tool per month.
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@fabian_maume awesome man, love it. Do you learn/study alone?
Founder and CEO of Hardly
I'm a "Expose Yourself Multiple Times to the Same Information" type of gal.
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@hardlyallison like learning a new language :) do you have sort of a structure on how often you expose yourself to the same information?
Founder and CEO of Hardly
@viorica_vanica Typically, I repeat the process until I can relate the new knowledge to other processes or information that I've learned in the past. Years later, I usually don't remember the specifics, but I always remember the broad concepts — but only if I connect it to other patterns.
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I try to Learn the basics first
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