2019-02-19 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #34: Don’t Overwhelm Your Natural Ability to Learn.
If you cram too much information in your head all at once you will not learn well. If you stress yourself too much you also may not be at your best. True learning that is valuable and useful for a lifetime builds up gradually, not all at once. You need to have time to connect what you learn to other things. Cramming, or spending long nonstop sessions working or learning something is not optimal. Taking breaks is not lazy. Our minds need some time to breathe and relax.
Remember, the brain is like a muscle. Weight trainers that exercise their muscles ever day train different muscles and they take breaks after training. They do not consistently exhaust the same muscle over and over. The brain should be treated similarly, rather than completely straining it. For example, Einstein was a notoriously hard worker, focusing intensely for great periods. But even he had a point where he needed a break to do something completely different. For him, that was often playing his violin.
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