How to Remember Everything You Want From Non-Fiction Books - Deepstash

When you explain and describe an idea in your own words, you consciously associate what you want to learn with what you've already learned.

Why it works: It encodes informati...

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How to Remember Everything You Want From Non-Fiction Books

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Retrieval is when you try to recall what you've learned. There are many ways to do this, some better than others.

Why it works: It strengthens your memory and interrupts forg...

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This means you repeat the same information across increasing intervals. The harder it feels to recall it, the stronger the effect.

Why it works: It makes your brain work hard...

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This involves mixing different approaches, concepts, and viewpoints into your learning. It helps you solidify your understanding and promotes creativity and flexibility.

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When you test yourself on the material, you can identify knowledge gaps and bring weak areas to light.

Why it works: It helps you overcome the illusion of knowledge that comes from reading. I...

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1. Highlight everything you want to remember.

2. Use your desktop browser to visit your Kindle Notes page (this is easier than trying to view and edit on the device itself).

3. Browse t...

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#1 Our brain’s capacity is limited

Storing information actually increases your brain's capacity for learning.

#2 Effective learning should feel easy

When it feels harder, it can e...

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