Key Takeaways

The reason why I started reading this book, was because I wasn't really doing well in any of my classes. I came across this book from one of my friend's video who scored a 5 on his AP calculus exam with just 5 days worth of studying. It took me awhile to finish this book but here are my key takeaways:

  • Spend a lot of time doing the thing you want to become good at
  • Learn by doing the thing you want to become good at. If you want to learn a lanaguage, practicing by speaking the language with a native speaker
  • Do careful experiments as they bring out your best potential while also eliminating bad habits
  • Seek aggressive feedback
  • Explain the concept to someone
  • Take the time to do the task, you want to sustain interest in order to stay persistent
  • Avoid situations where you will feel bad/good about your performances
  • Learn to remember things not just for now but forever. Understand what you're consistently forgetting and do something about it
  • Develop intuition through play and exploration of concepts and skills. Understand how understanding works
  • Explore outside your comfort zone
  • Test yourself
  • For most people, their profession is their income. For rich people, their assets are their income

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