13 STASHED IDEAS
Our brains quickly forget what we don’t use. Incorporating new learning into your work is one way to retain knowledge.
Another is spaced repetition. It refers to spreading learning out over time - material should be reviewed in gradually increasing intervals of roughly one day, two days, four days, eight days, and so on.
Studies show that by using spaced repetition, we can remember about 80%
of what we learn after 60 days — a significant improvement.
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