Learn Anything Faster

TO LEARN ANYTHING FASTER, JUST REMEMBER “FAST”.

THE F IN FAST STANDS FOR FORGET.

  • If you want to speed up ‘quick brain,’ you must temporarily forget three things.
  • Forget what you already know about the subject. A lot of people don’t learn faster because they feel like they already know the information. But your mind is like a parachute; it only works when it’s open.
  • Forget about anything that’s not urgent and important. You can’t multitask. If your brain is thinking about 4 different things, you’re not fully present – so you won’t learn quickly.
  • Forget your limitations. These are beliefs like your memory isn’t good, or you’re a slow reader, or you don’t have the right education to learn. But if you fight for your limitations, you get to keep them. Your memory isn’t fixed, and it is possible to remember hundreds of words and numbers the way I do onstage.

THE A IN FAST STANDS FOR ACTIVE.

  • In school, we were taught to learn by consuming information quietly. But you don’t learn by being lectured to. You learn by creating information and being active in the process.
  • Learning is NOT a spectator sport.
  • How can you be more active in your learning?
    • Ask questions.
    • Take notes.
  • The more active you are, the more you will learn.

THE S IN FAST STANDS FOR STATE.

  • Your state is a snapshot of your mood – the mood of your mind and your body. It’s the emotional well-being that you feel in that exact moment.
  • Information combined with emotion becomes a long-term memory.
  • Many of us don’t remember what we learned in school because the umbrella emotion for most people in school was boredom.
  • You are the only person in control of your state.
  • How can you improve your state?
    • Change your posture or your body or breathing.
    • Sit or stand the way you would if you were totally energized.
    • Think about how you’ll benefit from the information.
  • All learning is state-dependent.
    • Choose states of joy, fascination, and curiosity.
  • Sell your cleverness for bewilderment – Rumi.

THE T IN FAST STANDS FOR TEACH.

  • If you want to cut your learning curve in half, learn with the intention of teaching it to somebody else.
  • If you had to give a presentation on what you’re learning today, you would learn it differently. You would pay closer attention. You would take more detailed notes. You would ask better questions.
  • When I teach something, I get to learn it twice.
  • People often say that those who can’t do teach. But I never saw that as a negative. I always thought, wow, if I can’t do something, I can teach it, and then I can do it.

The Library Chapter 1

There’s a bang on the bench and I woke with that adrenaline rush.”time to close!! Boy” shouted the librarian. This wasn’t the first time this was happening, I still remember the day when he forgot to check the corner of that huge old library where I had fallen asleep. Indeed I was locked in the library for the whole night. And my parents have already called 911.

With no food and cell phone dead, there was no way I could have escaped. But that’s when I first saw him. That man with a silly grin, round face, blonde hair,and a built up body, wearing a black long coat with a rough texture. He was not too old but maybe in his mid 40s. I don’t know how he came there, but I was too scared to make a sound. The last thing I knew that he went to the washroom, flushed and never returned.

“Get the ass off the chair boy ! You ain’t staying here again tonight”said the librarian stumbling over me. Soo I immediately got out of the daydream and wrapped all my stuff ,put in the back and stood up just to fall back to my horror,that same old guy from the other night i was thinking off staring right at me, I felt the goosebumps, as if my heart was about to explode.I could feel my pulse, even hear it loud enough. And by the time I reached the door I was completely drenched in sweat

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And tell me what happens next

Cause even I don’t know it yet.

Rend…

That cloudy evenings.

When winter sheds.

Those easy seeming.

Tough amends.

Those hazy summers.

When the breeze ascends.

Those classy bummers.

False wends.

Those deadly demons.

Which never append.

These Whirly Seasons

Do

REND..

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Meaning of rend :- Tear To Peices

 

 

 

PRISONERS OF FREEDOM

Just Like a Prisoner’s Tail,

Who Wants To Set Out Free.

To Go On An Adventurous trail,

To Sit And To Spree.

Just Like A Free Man’s Will

Who Was Prisoner To His Own Habits

To be Scheduled To Think In a Box

To Be Trapped In His Own Gambits

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Just like A Free Man’s Prison

Who Cant See It Neither Can Feel

To Follow A Fake Old Mission

To Lie

And

To

Steal