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Using Spaced Repetition and Active Recall with Books to Hack Your Brain

Using Spaced Repetition and Active Recall with Books to Hack Your Brain

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Sometimes you discover great ideas in books, articles, videos, podcasts, or in conversations with other people. If you write them down and use spaced repetition to review them, you will slowly change the way you think. You will prime your mind to spot those patterns, form connections, and resurface the right idea at the right time in your life.

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Example of an idea resurfacing at the right time

If you periodically review your ideas from Deep Work by Cal Newport and your weekly calendar starts to fill with shallow calls and meetings, your mind will likely notice the pattern and start nudging you to create some uninterrupted space. Maybe I should schedule a four-hour focus block to protect that currently unoccupied Thursday morning?

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