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  1. Learning lessons for life once is hardly possible, because the brain tends to forget.

    The best way to learn something is to teach it to others. Tell your friends or family what you've learned, write a post on Instagram or Q, or make an entry in your diary.

    And the more often you use what you've learned, the more deeply it will be stored in your memory.

    Here's a video of Marty Lobdell it was very helpful to me.

  2. There is not enough information, just the cat did not cry. There is a lot of information Noise around!

    And information is knowledge about how to solve life's problems.
    For example: you need to arrange/build your life – the most important task.
    You will build your life not in space, but in the World around you. So you need to understand:
    – how does the world work?
    – what are the opportunities and threats to life in it?
    – how do people correctly and incorrectly build their lives, what mistakes do they make?

    In order to build a life in the World, you need to understand yourself:
    – what do I need-zhistyanka or Real Life?

    And finally: you need to learn how to set goals and objectives, make plans to achieve your goals.

    You need to understand that building something new means making mistakes!
    Therefore, it is important to analyze the course of building your life, identify mistakes and-most importantly! – their reasons. Adjust your plans and act again. At the same time, you will learn in the process of life.

    To make fewer mistakes, you need to study the Laws of life. For example, the law of causes and effects, the law of increasing ideality, the law of matching-mismatch.
    If you want to learn more about the laws, read Russian folk tales, learn proverbs and sayings about life.

    To make life Real, you need to solve more and more complex problems. Then you will get more joy from solving them, the more difficult the task is solved.

    How many topics have I mentioned? I don't think.

    All of the above has been tested in the lives of my colleagues and students.

    Smart decisions!

  3. In order not to drown in the abundance of information, you need to adhere to some rules of cognition:

    1) choose topics that are interesting for you to learn more deeply than others.

    2) choose experts in the topic you are interested in and study their books, speeches, statements, reviews, etc.

    3) regularly study a small amount of information. So the brain will remember better. Less time is spent, but more efficiency is achieved in the end.

    To learn a lesson for life will only be possible in a rare case, if this knowledge is associated with a strong emotional impression that will excite the mind.

    But even under these conditions, the vision of the topic can change over time, as you grow up.

    If you don't know how to solve the problem, order a gift consultation with a psychologist!

  4. I don't think there's much of it. Without all this “useful” junk, you can safely live and stop betraying all this information with deep meaning. How not to drown ?? Do not consider it informative!! As long as you comment on every story on the Internet, ponder every ending of the book, and learn the lessons of a lifetime, this very life will end.

    There is still an option… The commentators above write that it is necessary to study only one topic and become a pro in it, but I do not agree. It seems to me that you need to follow the trends of society and not try to read Kant when your friends only stopped at three piglets. They will not understand your “genius” and even worse they will consider you a smartass. Thus all the information you need throughout your life is determined by society and acquaintances

  5. It's very simple – take what you need. Seriously, do not fill your head with all sorts of theories and opinions that relate to you only mediocre or do not relate in any way. If you're interested in science and it's just that interest kills sleep, read one popular science book on that particular field. If you are interested in a particular field of work, again, read some book from this area, and do not forget about the practice. Why do I recommend reading books ? They are the ones who are able to form a holistic understanding of an object. It is also very important to be able to separate the author's private opinion from the objective truth. Because different people have very different opinions about one object, so your idea of this object may turn out to be full of paradoxes and inconsistencies.

  6. Why choose from each topic? Learn one topic, become a pro in it and you will be better off. In order not to drown in the ocean of information, do the same – look for and absorb what is needed today and 99% may be needed tomorrow. The rest is done as the need arises.

  7. You need to outline the scope of your interests, at least approximately. And divide it into 2 hemispheres – your professional interests and hobbies. All other information can be safely ignored. And this is normal. I personally am not interested in anything at all, for example, related to politics or the life of movie stars – this is garbage information, but if something worthwhile appears that will really affect my life, for example, they will pass a law according to which they will pay me more wages (if), then at work I will find out from my colleagues and bosses. In fact, to keep up to date with the latest news, you just need to spend a couple of minutes chatting in a team, sit on a bus without headphones – and you will hear a brief retelling of all the TV programs over the past couple of days. Infoshum will still catch up with you (albeit partially), why once again clog up your head. If you want to be successful in any area, then your brain should work in this direction, and not spend hours sticking to the Solovyov show or the next program about Kardashian's tits and ass. I don't watch TV at all, I don't even have one, why do I need it? I have a computer and the Internet – I watch and read what I want, when I want and how I want, if desired, without any advertising at all.�

    Once you have decided on your interests, you need some guidelines on how and where to go. In professional terms, such guidelines can be teachers at a university, the university's training program as such (textbooks, work programs), it can be teachers from various educational organizations, now, in the European manner, there are a lot of different schools, courses, etc.in the Russian Federation, both real and online. Once you understand the topic a little, you will “get acquainted” with the leading minds (local and foreign) in this area, and you will follow their progress-books, articles, TED lectures-they will be your guide in this chaotic flow of information. And later, you will be able to understand everything yourself, you will choose the vector of movement yourself.

    As for the hobby, the scheme is similar, only the simpler it is, the less you need to steam. If you decide to embroider with a cross, then a couple of magazines and advice from Baba Zina, who lives on the floor above, will be enough. However, you should not look down on leisure: it helps you relax, acting as an antidepressant, and many people are very good at monetizing it and turning it into work. Isn't that what everyone wants – a job they love?

    How do you learn from everything? It won't work out, but it's worth trying. This is, in fact, your personal concern, well, maybe even your mentor. You don't just need to memorize gigabytes of information, but in parallel think about how it will be useful to you in practice, otherwise you don't need to load your brain unnecessarily.

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