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Holy moly we did it.

That was a lot a lot of techniques a lot of things to remember but hopefully you were taking notes and

again hopefully you have these videos to come back to and be reminded every once in a while of some

of the techniques that have been proven to work for efficient learners.

Techniques that are scientifically proven and also empirically proven.

We learned about the Pomodoro Technique that little cute tomato timer of twenty five minutes on five

minutes off the focus and diffuse mode of thinking.

We learn about chunking the subject the idea to divide and conquer a topic and forming chunks of knowledge

in your brain.

They can connect the dots with we learned about spaced repetition how we can use spaced repetition to

fix that forgetting curve and improve our abilities to store things in long term memory.

We learned about deliberate practice one of the most important concepts when it comes to mastering a

skill of becoming valuable and that is to push yourself be on the edge of your abilities and making

sure that you’re always asking yourself how can I improve.

Is this giving me butterflies in my stomach we learned about creating a road map.

Having a clear plan of the direction that you want to take of a plan that you want to take in order

to get to where you want to be we learned about the idea of inter leaving that is combining different

skills together learning through different techniques not always focusing on the same subject or the

same technique of learning every single time.

Enter leaving and going back and forth between different techniques different skills to intertwine our

brains to work and form different ideas and concepts we learned about this really difficult.

German word ice along which simply means this idea of rigid mind how we want to keep our cup empty so

that new ideas can flow and not be too stuck in our ways because knowledge is constantly evolving we

learn about the importance of community.

Humans are social creatures and we need people around us.

We need people to support us to motivate us to keep us accountable and we can’t do things efficiently

if we’re just by ourselves.

We learned about the power of habits and how we can form smart habits to make it as easy for us as possible

to be efficient learners to use as little willpower as possible and form those habits those good habits

of efficient learning.

We learned about systems versus goals how it might be good to have systems in place that are not rigid

that allow us to stick to a goal longer term.

We learned about the power of the census.

This idea that our emotions our senses need to be present for a memory to really stick in our brain

and using our senses when learning will improve our ability for long term memory and recall we learned

about the parade or principle.

The 80 20 rule what’s the 20 percent that’s going to give us 80 percent of the results.

It wasn’t just about selecting the 20 percent.

It was also about eliminating the 80 percent that’s not important right now with all the information

we have in the world.

We’re now at a point in time where there’s too much information for all of us to learn in our lifetime.

Instead of find the critical piece of information that you need start getting good at eliminating things

and focusing on the critical things next we learned about Parkinson’s Law.

This idea that we fill up our work with the given time so give ourselves a specific deadline and because

we tend to procrastinate and buy time boxing or using different time frames for us to do a task we limit

ourselves and our lazy ness of our brain from doing the work and working on something without giving

us too much leeway we learned about stakes and rewards how we need internal and external motivation

and reward system.

For us to feel good and to constantly learn and to constantly push ourselves but we also need stakes

something on the line something to hold us accountable.

What happens if we fail.

What happens if we don’t do well at the end of the day.

We need something on the line.

We can’t always have that safety net and we need to take risks in order for us to be accountable and

to push ourselves and try to avoid failure then we did some exercises we learned about deep walk how

unlike shallow work deep work requires intense focus intense problem solving skills and it’s the type

of work that is going to be protected from machines and automation taking over your job we learn that

concepts versus facts is important facts are easy to remember.

Facts can be Googled concepts on the other hand come with experience with chunked knowledge and those

are the valuable skills that will last a lifetime.

We learned that testing yourself is important.

We can’t be passive learners.

We have to be active and we have to form strategies of how we’re going to test our understanding.

How do we practice our understanding.

Finally we talked about the first 20 hours that you can be good enough at a subject maybe within the

first 20 hours and having the right strategy in place in those first 20 hours may be critical in us

getting motivated to continue learning on a subject.

But the strategy of efficient learning is important.

And ladies and gentlemen that was it.

That was the top of the pyramid.

The techniques but because we laid the foundation of principles lies pillars and science.

I hope that the technique section was intuitive.

It made sense.

It made it stick because we laid the foundation of these techniques and we should understand why these

techniques work.

It should be common sense now.

It should be easy for us to remember these techniques throughout our lives so that now we have these

good study habits.

These learning habits to become efficient learners.

Good job getting this far.

I’ll see you in the next one.

Bye bye.

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