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Why your studying routine is f*cked digital marketing cho ngu?i m?i b?t d?u

by dienbienfriendlytrip2468



If you want your studying routine to continue being f*cked, do the opposite of what’s in this video. After two years of studying alone in my room, these are the best studying techniques I’ve found.

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Timestamps:
2:36 – 1. Reduce the search space — too many decisions means no decisions, choose something to learn, take action and change it if you need.
8:43 – 2. Fix your environment — remove distractions, you don’t need your phone on your desk 24/7. Write down a list of things which bring you value and stick to those.
15:10 – 3. Set the system up so you always win — focus on what you can control not what you can’ control.
21:17 – 4. Sometimes do nothing — study like an athlete, intense sessions, then rest.
26:16 – 5. Embrace the suck — studying is hard, learning something new is hard. It will take time. 99% of your effort will be wasted. Remind yourself of this. Embrace it.
30:14 – 6. The 3-year-old mentality — what if you treated everything as play? When you’ve got a challenge, instead of it being work, it’s an opportunity for you to play. Instead of struggling concept to concept, dance to them.
33:58 – 7. Sleep — don’t trade study for sleep. Sleep is when your brain repairs itself and forms new connections. It’s what turns your short-term memories into long-term memories.
37:11 – 8. Nutrition — food is fuel. If you want to study well, eat well. Learn to cook, avoid over-processed foods, keep it simple. Read Genius Foods by Max Lugavere.
42:59 – 9. Movement — researchers have found exercising is the number 1 way to delay the onset of the effects of Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease progressively destroys memory and other important mental functions. You want to avoid this if you can. Keep moving. It’ll help you learn.
46:44 – Summary

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37 comments

Daniel Bourke 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Every time I forget these, my ability to learn is f*cked. What are your best studying tips?

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Pons Chidambaram 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Man you're nailing it. Earned a follower👍

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Less Wrong 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Man you opened my eyes 🙂 Thanks! Such a powerful energy comes from you!

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W0lfbane Shika 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Eh, Ice cream is a bad analogy: people usually want lots of choice because there's only so many times you can have chocolate, strawberry and vanilla before you want to try other flavors I would say you're a warehouse operator in a field of boxes and you want to find a specific box, but the boxes are all color coded rather than just using letters: this allows you to pick the box faster and more efficiently, way better analogy.

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Zinc Drinker 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

this vid has been in my watch later list since its upload. that's how bad i am at this. but thanks.

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Yee Haw 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

It's 3:00am 🙂

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M Rana 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

I’m bigoted against strayans but I make an exception for you 😊

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non believer 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Well, I am confused about should I start learning Jujitsu or Python 🙂
Does age matter in learning programming from definition/scratch?

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Willy Kitheka 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

At 27:24 (Embracing the suck!) Santiago Ramon y Cajal calls it the "virtue of the less brilliant".

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Willy Kitheka 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

I have really enjoyed this video and the information you have shared! Thanks man!

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Willy Kitheka 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

By the way,talking about problem 13…Barbara Oakley in learning how to learning has proposed an excellent solution that she calls "INTERLEAVING"…if you get to problem set 13 and you can't get your way around it…skip it and do something else. Unknown to many of us, your brain continues to work on the problem and that's where the "aha"(eureka) moments come from…an answer to the problem come to you as you're taking a ride or a shower..but be sure to walk around with a notebook to note down those ideas AS THEY COME! It really works well for me and I avoid the frustration on not being able to get ahead!

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Willy Kitheka 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

At 16:09, problem 13 had me really going…😂🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Willy Kitheka 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Btw your flow is remarkable!

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Willy Kitheka 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Hey dude, at 10.15 your mouth runs dry…there no harm in you taking a sip of water..seeing that you have a jug near you?! Is there? ever heard of cotton mouth? It's no joke…it's worse if you smoke!

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Willy Kitheka 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

That's such a powerful statement at 1:01 "to create new things", through learning! Small wonder I watch you channel every so often! Thanks for the content…I found this segment really useful!

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SURAJ KUMAR 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

For deep learning which cloud provider do you use?

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Peter Kjellin 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

I like you Daniel, you're a decent chap.

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kalyan3 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

has the oura ring helped with your studying?

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HowPortal 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Watch 2x speed.

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Lorwai Tan 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Enjoying your ML videos. You are so right.

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Anthony 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Hey man, just messaged you on Twitter. I need your feedback on my study plan. My twitter name is itsjellyant (Anthony Gedeon) and I have the profile picture.

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Ankush Kuwar 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Hey man love your videos but they are too long, try to cut them down to 10 mins or less.

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Jagadish S 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Keep up the good stuff coming also please share your curriculum on ML,Maths,python etc which you had researched at the inception of the journey ! That would be helpful.

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Programming_and_snacks 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

You are a true leader Daniel. I wish you tons and tons of success in the future. Thanks for helping me out and thousand others. Together we grow!

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Programming_and_snacks 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

This is so helpful. I am super grateful to you Daniel. Keep up the good work!

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Santhosh Kumar 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

I took 'Learning how to learn' course on cousera based on your recommendation in one of your blog. I find it very useful.

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Ankit Shaw 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

#keep learning
#keep creating
#keep moving

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Ankit Shaw 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Is it just me who watched the whole video in one go….
Hit like if you hv too…

P.s: i think daniel had let this video go off bcz he just shooted and post it on youtube w/o editing…
Which is again great to see that he don't have to use jump cuts like other youtubers but could speak sense for a long streach of time.

#love from INDIA.

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J M 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

The video is 53 mins long but weirdly enough it still felt too short for all the ideas you were trying to convey. I think this video could've easily been broken down into multiple videos/topics. Just some food for thought

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xt73 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

This is an awesome video, kept me interested the whole time. You have really helped me to study on my own and stop procastinating.

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Yannic Helmert 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

totally right.

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Sravan 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

I am very thankful for you for uploading this kind of content… Pls don't get discouraged cos of the less views…. You've helped me a lot

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Paul Garcia 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

It's awesome to hear how you too would spend a lot of time studying and come out not feeling like you learned anything. I get that feeling all the time.

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Danilo Amorim 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Have you ever ear about Apache Spark? I heard that is the future of machine learning, its 10 times faster than python (because of clustering processing), they use it for real-time analysis for applications. I'm learning it cause I start working for a tech company and they use it a lot. Can you make a video about this topic?

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Danilo Amorim 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

Awesome video, keep it up.

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Kartik Nighania 14/09/2021 - 6:59 Chiều

How many pull ups or muscle ups can u do?

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