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Practice Retrieval

Practice Retrieval

Retrieval practice is the process of recalling information from memory. This is a great way to improve your memory for the information. It is also like playing memory games with yourself. Instead of just reading or listening to something once, you try to remember it on your own. It's like recalling your favorite superhero's name without looking it up. This helps your brain remember things better and makes you a super memory hero!

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“The best thing a human being can do is to help another human being know more.” — Charlie Munger

Information overload put us in a loop of analysis paralysis by using these techniques we can improve ourselves.

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