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Maaz Zulfiqar

@maaz.zulf

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1. Pick a topic and study it

Start with a topic that you want to learn about — anything from a new language, to how to play an instrument, to physics. Break down the components of the topic and examine each piece individually. Once you understand the individual parts, put them back together and see how they fit. You can do this by using Feynman's mental models to build a solid foundation in your mind

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Named after Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman, the Feynman Technique involves breaking down information into small, manageable pieces and then using mental images to help understand it — and can be applied to convey complicated topics in a short amount of time.

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1. Delete Your Browser

Delete your browser so you can resist the urge to explore the internet at all. We tend to Google anything that pops into our minds. But not any longer when don’t have Google.

If you cannot uninstall built-in browsers like Chrome and Safari, at least you can disable them from the settings menu.

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1. Minimize Your Online Accounts

First of all, reduce the number of emails you own to just two. One for personal use and one for your job/business.

These days every website requires an email address for creating an account. Most of the time we never use that account a second time. But those websites that we created our account on keep sending us spam.

So, go to your inbox and check the accounts you have created over the years. Delete the ones you no longer use.

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1. Keep Personal Information To Yourself

While most of the social media platforms require some personal information e.g. email, phone number, date of birth to create an account. But this information remains private between you and the platform.

You don’t need to post these things on social media because once you share them on social media, anyone can see that information.

You can show your date of birth on your profile however, you don’t need to show the year of your birth. Similarly, don’t show your home address or any such personal information.

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1. Track Your Screen Time

First of all, you have to see precisely, how much time you spend on social media. A screen time app is perfect for this purpose. Most of these apps not only measure the total amount of time you spend on your phone but individual usage of the apps.

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