The sage said: “Live and learn.”
We all understand the truth, but we can still encounter A lot of troubles.
For example, procrastination, wanting to be lazy, unable to read and remember, lack of time, unable to find information, how to identify authenticity from massive information…
At this time, the sage spoke again: “If a worker wants to do a good job, he must first sharpen his tools.”
So, how to implement fuck?
Come and read this book—“Self-study Encyclopedia: 55 Self-study Methods for All Those Who Don’t Want to Give Up Learning”.
If the sages talked about “Tao”, then this This book is “art”, talking about learning methods, skills and steps.
In a word, this is a self-study reference book and a self-study encyclopedia guide. Master 55 self-study methods in the book, everyone will get twice the result with half the effort on the road of self-study, and the results will be fruitful.
The author is Japanese and his name is “Reading Monkey“. He didn’t like reading since he was a child, and it took him 5 years to read a book.
In order to improve learning efficiency, Reading Monkey has collected the methods of self-study in the past dynasties, combined with its own practical experience, and extracted 55 self-study methods.
The whole book revolves around the three major themes of “Why study?”, “What to study?” and “How to study?”. Follow the instructions carefully, and then intersperse 55 self-study methods to solve practical problems.
It is full of dry goods and easy to read. Once released, it sold out quickly.
At the end of the book, there is a “Self-study Trouble Index“. Readers can find the corresponding chapters according to their own “self-study troubles”, and read them with a purpose to improve the efficiency of problem-solving.
The description of the problem comes first, and the solution follows. It is clear and concise. The reader then reads the details according to the corresponding page number. For example:
I don’t know what to learn: knowledge map, Lamy questioning method
< strong>I love to procrastinate: learn the 1-minute and 2-minute starting method first
The book is too thick to read: skip reading, Transition, Suzuki-style six-point notes
I can’t remember: 35-minute module method, combination of memory method
Not enough time: Pomodoro technique, purifying gray time
As the saying goes: “You can’t sing the tune you have learned.”
Meaning Yes, followed the master to imitate and sing sentence by sentence, which was not pleasant to the ear. You have to integrate the song with your own understanding, and then sing it from the heart to be beautiful.
This is the same principle in learning. Mastering the method is only half the battle. Only by continuous practice can the method be used freely .
Of course, the journey of self-study is not smooth, and the motivation and effect of learning always spiral upward.
So, the author emphasizes the importance of maintaining constant willpower and persistence. Any giving up halfway will destroy the previous learning results. Perseverance will bear fruit.
In addition to these self-study methods, the author also uses philosophy, brain science, psychology, sociology and other cutting-edge knowledge to analyze people’s motivation, procrastination, The deeper reason for laziness and self-denial.
Readers who are interested in this part can read in depth.
To sum up, “Self-study Encyclopedia” is a super practical dry book. You can find all kinds of difficulties you encounter on the road of self-study The “antidote” is found in this book.
However, self-study to achieve the realm of “knowledge is true knowledge, ability is true ability” requires practice and persistence.
Union of knowledge and action will lead to great victory.