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Each helps us to learn, but you can't be in both modes at the same time.
Thomas Edison used the same technique as Dali, only with a ball.
When you're learning something new, especially something that's a little more difficult, your mind needs to be able to go back and forth between the 2 different learning modes. That's what helps you learn effectively.
To gain muscular structure, you need to do a little work every day, gradually allowing your muscles to grow.
Similarly, to build neuro-structure, you need to do the same. A little work every day, gradually allowing yourself to grow. That’s the trick.
Neurons become linked together through repeated use. The more abstract sth is, the more important it’s to practice to bring those ideas into reality for you.
Practice makes permanent.
Metabolic toxins in your brain-> Sleep helps to wash away them, keeps the brain clean & healthy
Too little sleep makes you do worse on tests (you can't think clearly)
Over too long of a time: headaches, depression, heart disease, diabetes, aging/ dying earlier
Repeat what you want to learn (focused mode) right before you sleep (diffuse m.) + set in mind to dream about it -> increased chance of dreaming -> better understanding
= pieces of information bound together through meaning/ use
The new logical whole makes the chunk easier to remember & also makes easier to fit it into the “larger picture”.
Just memorizing a fact without understanding is not enough, you have to find a place for it.
How does it work?
The best chunks are so well ingrained, that you don't even have to consciously think about it.
When you're learning new math/science material:
Can you create a chunk if you don't understand? Yes, but it's often a useless chunk that won't fit in with other materials.
Just understanding how a problem was solved doesn’t necessarily create a chunk that you can easily remember later. Don't confuse the "Aha!" of a breakthrough in understanding, with solid expertise.
Gain context to see not just how, but also when to use this chunk!
How to start with a new topic?
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