How You Help New Knowledge Go Into Long Term Memory - Deepstash

How You Help New Knowledge Go Into Long Term Memory

  • Do some of your work consciously
  • Think about how it relates to other things
  • Wrestle with the idea in your mind
  • Explain it to someone
  • Take notes on it or connect it to other maps
  • Do anything to make that new idea connect with other ideas in your brain

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