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Learning and Growth

During the second part of complete silence, start reading a book that teaches you new things or improves you.

  • Spend the first 10 minutes reading a chapter of your book.
  • Use the next 10 minutes to write down a summary of what you've just read.

Reading this way will allow for deeper thought and analysis and increase your short-term memory.

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