Category Archives: self-improvement

One model of understanding independent differences in sensory perception

This week my friend Anna said to me; “I just discovered my typical mind fallacy around visualisation is wrong”. Naturally I was perplexed and confused. She said; “When I was in second grade the teacher had the class do an … Continue reading

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Memory and notepads

The value of having notes. Why do I make notes. Story time! At one point in my life I had a memory crash. Which is to say once upon a time I could remember a whole lot more than I … Continue reading

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How to learn a new area X that you have no idea about.

This guide was in response to a request in the Lesswrong open thread.  I would like to improve it; If you have some improvement to contribute I would be delighted to hear it!  I hope it helps.  It was meant to … Continue reading

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List of techniques to help you remember names

Name are very important. Everyone has one; everyone likes to know when you know their name. Everyone knows them to be a part of social interaction. You can’t avoid names (well you can, but it gets tricky). In becoming more … Continue reading

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