A simple tactic to not forget what did you read – and what for.
A new year brings new resolutions, they frequently involve learning something new. These are three wise bits to stick to your plan until the end.
Confidence, ignorance, and context are three concepts that together define our perception of what we or others know.
Humans aren’t naturally great at seeing the world statistically. So, they make up their own reference points.
This article divided in three parts considers 8 ways to make more consistent decisions.
A meditative, critical approach to maximize the value of introspection and avoid its dangerous pitfalls.
We see, but don’t observe – and we should do something with that. Here I suggest three ways to improve our observational skills.
Thinking to learn how to code? Let me give you a jumpstart in your learning with some devices I use daily.
Mindfulness is a great tool we can use to improve our learning moments. However it isn’t “one-size-fits-all” and can become counterproductive. Still, we can get the best from the other face of the coin: mindlessness.
Revisiting Dual Coding and tackling mental imagery with few more examples and few tricks to help you improve your learning time.
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