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Shormila Shormi
Aug 02, 2022
In Fashion Forum
People who love learning are mostly faced with a problem: there are too many things to learn and too little spare time. As a result, many people adopt several types of strategies when reading (learning): Only look at the conclusion, ignore the process Read books with questions, with the goal of seeking answers Bring questions, "structure" the questions in advance, and then read books to absorb them Are these reading strategies really good? Let's talk about "only look at the conclusion, ignore the process". This is a solution to "insufficient time", although it is unimaginative, but there are phone number list good reasons: an article or a course, even professional papers, book monographs, many of them revolve around a core idea Expand. Therefore, wouldn’t it be fun to put aside the tedious foreshadowing, causal narrative, and explain cases, and go straight to the subject and remember the conclusion? For example, many works on the Internet economy have one core concept: positive feedback. The whole work revolves around this conclusion: creating positive feedback and suppressing negative feedback. Then I remember the conclusion, so I don't have to read the whole book? It depends on whether you can use it in actual combat. Who can use (internalize) them in practice "just by looking at the conclusion"? experts in the field. The reason is that, in the face of the same information (conclusion), ordinary people and experts have very different effects in the brain:
Read with questions, right?
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