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The Great System to Learn Something New

The Great System to Learn Something New

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The Great System to Learn Something New

The Great System to Learn Something New

We often feel like, we don't have much time to learn something new. However, Eisenhower Matrix combine with 5 hour/week will be so magical for our learning and development. 


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Our Deadly Mindset

We often feel overwhelmed when we try to learn something new — this feeling is often accompanied by a sense of dread. We may feel that we don’t have the time, energy, or resources to learn something new, so we procrastinate and put it off. 

This leads to a vicious cycle of trying and failing, and eventually feeling defeated and like we can’t do anything. It’s a devastating moment of feeling like no matter what we do, we’ll never be able to learn something new.


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“Nobody ever figures out what life is all about, and it doesn't matter. Explore the world. Nearly everything is really interesting if you go into it deeply enough.”



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Eisenhower Technique

Eisenhower Technique

The Eisenhower Matrix is a concept we’ve heard of often. Despite this, We still find ourselves easily distracted by the many things around me.

Perhaps, I’m missing something when creating the Matrix; it’s about asking the right questions: “Do I need to do this?”


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The Idea of 5-hour rule

There are 24 hours in a day (or 1,440 minutes, if you really like to count your life away). The average person sleeps around 8 hours a day, plus seven to eight hours for work, and the rest is approximately 9 hours.

We spend a lot of things in 9 hours a day, let’s say eating, drinking, housework, shopping, unpaid labor (care work), self-care, and many many more.


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So, what we can do to maximize this technique?

By asking a right questions towards our to do list or our task, will enable us to commit our time in learning new skills. 

It may be so hard at first, but it's worth to fight for. 


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A learner | Writer of Melva's Note on Substack | High curiosity about psychology and human development.


In this hustle era, sometimes it's hard to be mindful in learning something new. There are so many techniques available nowadays, which make us overwhelm to choose the most suit for us.

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