4 Ways To Remember The Information You Consume

“Don’t just learn for the sake of learning. Be a practitioner. Use the information you consume. It’s only as good as what you do with it.”

This is a perfect follow-up to the 5 books you’ve never heard of that will change your life. Because once you read all those books, you’re going to need to know how to capitalize on what you’ve learned.

In this post, Niklas Goeke shares four ways to hack your memory including to take advantage of the spacing effect (send yourself reminders of what you learn) and the Zeigarnik effect (your brain’s tendency to remind you of things you leave unfinished).