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In case you're curious about the "why"

Here's what some incredible people across the globe have said about learning retention

Growth is fundamentally driven by the long-term accumulation and compounding of usable knowledge. We accumulate and compound this knowledge through consumption and retention. Consumption is the inputs—what comes in. Retention is what remains after any leakage.

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Sahil Bloom
@SahilBloom

Success is the inevitable byproduct of learning (not education).

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Naval
@naval

Read books that are relevant to what you want to achieve right now.  If it's relevant, you'll use it. If you use it, you'll remember it.

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James Clear
@JamesClear

The difference between a good student and a great one is that a good student is concerned more about the outcome while a great one is fascinated by the process of learning.

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Prof. Feynman
@ProfFeynman

Reading something (or listening to webinars/audiobooks) gives a sense of learning. But it is the act of making notes and reflecting on it multiple times (at different times) that helps in retention.

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Paras Chopra
@paraschopra

Only a few people become masters at learning skills by observing great people operating. Specially if they’ve been only good at cracking exams from a fixed set of books and questions. Great learners are masters of osmosis.

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Kunal Shah
@kunalb11

The actual way you learn: Experience --> Reflection --> Abstraction --> Action -->This is the learning loop.

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Shane Parrish
@ShaneAParrish

The key in this world of information overload isn't curation of content instead learning effectively & retaining it well.

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Rinkesh Gorasia
@rinks__g

Markers of aging:
1- You stop learning something new
2- You talk too much about aging
3- The things you forget aren't the things you should be forgetting

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Nassim Nicholas Taleb
@nntaleb

Everything you experience is a learning opportunity. Ask yourself: what is the universe trying to teach me? What can I learn from this? I’ve found it has made me a lot happier in situations I would have previously perceived as negative. Turns out you can reframe anything.

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Justin Kan
@justinkan

Absorption: Learning material permeates deep. Solid understanding. Adsorption: Learning material forms thin film which can easily be removed. Surface level understanding.

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Varun Mayya
@VarunMayya

Nothing has served me better in my long life than continuous learning.

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FS
@farnamstreet

You have two choices in life: be smug about the knowledge you have, or keep learning.

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Hardik Pandya
@hvpandya

So many kids learning from YouTube, Twitch, Instagram Stories shows you how sub-optimal education is. There are so many inspiring ways to learn. I wish I had all of this while I was growing up—I would’ve devoured it.

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Suhail
@Suhail

Our education system has made learning feel like a punishment. In reality, it’s one of the most rewarding experiences.

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Tanay Pratap
@tanaypratap

Don't optimize for money. Optimize for learning.This decade:- If you learn at the expense of money, you will earn a lot more in the future than you imagined.- If you earn at the expense of learning, you will have to keep earning and learning for the rest of your life!

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Ankur Warikoo
@warikoo

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