NLP THE MIND CODE: Effective learning process 1/5

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Effective learning is something that many are looking for. Usually in the form of fast learning, learn as much as possible in the shortest possible time. I have to disappoint you, this is not a lecture. I really want to introduce you to the fast learning method, but from my knowledge and a lot of research there is no such thing. There is no magic hint, there is no "Matrix" principle – oh look, I already know kung fu. It would be fantastic, I am 100% in favor of such a future, but at this point it's still the future. However, what we can do now is increase efficiency. Ok, you spend some time on it but it is not a waste of time. You keep the information you have learned and use it to improve your life. This is what I will propose you, I want to suggest you in this material. How to improve your life and how to get more out of it. These are seven steps to achieving effective learning. These seven steps use the three most important ways to learn. We learn based on three basic conditions. 1. We learn if we devote a lot of attention to something, something matters to us.

Of course, in the times of our ancestors, if one of our ancestors ate a poisoned mushroom and died, and the other looked at him and said that it was not a fungus, he remembered that this mushroom must not be eaten because it is poisonous. If one of our ancestors, be a man who wasn't our ancestor, he wandered through the savannah and some creature attacked him. and killed him, it's obvious that another ancestor learned to avoid this strange creature. or kill them. The more important the event is for us we will remember them better. There is some risk if the emotions associated with this event they are too intense you will remember emotions and not the content of the experience.

If you think about the movie or song that touched you the most, and evoked strong emotions in you, you will not always remember the content. You will know it was a horror or drama but you will not remember the plot. It's because you're connected to emotion, so excited, excited, fascinated, but you don't remember the context of the event. So each time you have to balance how much attention you pay to something and how much it evokes emotions. Enough to remember the context but not enough to not remember the situation itself. Please pay attention to this and remember. 2. The second important element is the number of repetitions. So how often do we approach something? If your friend eats some strange creature, after some time you may forget what it looks like.

However, if it happens again and eats your other friends, then you will remember it well. So the number of repetitions is very important. You won't remember that much without repeating. You need to take a break (I know it can be boring) and repeat the information. 3. The third factor is easiest to change, but it is less common to change it, is a combination of what you create with the memories you already have and those you may have. If you connect them correctly, you'll create a network. You will have a lot of entry points and memories you already have and exit points memories you only have. There will be different paths to get to the same information. This is probably the most important factor. It facilitates and changes the way we learn and although it is so simple is one of the most ignored ways. So these are three basic things you need to pay attention to in order to learn effectively. You can use them and create a system for effective learning.

The system can also be used for teaching. If you are a teacher, trainer, help someone learn math or even dance, you can use this system to combine what you teach them and improve their results. Step number one – of course, focus your attention .

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