Summary of How to Learn: Pretty Much Anything

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The video provides tips on how to learn new things, including addressing procrastination, committing to continuing onward, and getting plenty of sleep. It also discusses how to approach studying in order to remember what has been learned. Ultimately, the video suggests that hard work is more important than natural talent when it comes to learning new things.

  • 00:00:00 The video talks about how to learn new things and how to overcome hurdles that may prevent you from doing so. Progression through the learning process requires taking some initial steps, such as addressing procrastination, and then committing to continuing onward. Once you have started, the challenges of learning will quickly disappear and you will be in the zone of learning, with increased memory recall and synapse production. Ultimately, sleep is essential for consolidating new information, and physical exercise and social interaction help the brain produce new neurons.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses how creative people usually prefer the diffused mode of learning, which allows for the free wandering of the right brain. The video also discusses how to approach studying in order to remember what has been learned, by focusing on the present and mixing things up.
  • 00:10:00 The speaker discusses the idea that talent is not necessarily born out of natural ability, but can be developed through hard work. He advises the audience to take the initiative in learning new things, even if they do not have natural talent.

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