0 Practice what you have learned
Always try to use the Pareto principle, i.e. 80% of practice and 20% of theory
1 Teach other people what you just learned or what you already know
This is the main rule in life, which concerns many aspects, ie who takes the other person by „boat” to the other side of the lake .. also goes there too. Keep this in mind as you learn new things.
2 Set your learning goals and choose the style that suits you best
It is very important to define the goal of the study, why do you want to learn it, ask yourself this question often. At the same time, remember that it is not worth learning in advance – use it wisely when it is needed and learn from the sources you like to learn from. Some people learn better from books, others, for example, by hearing in this case, so consider podcasts.
3 Take your own handwritten notes in your notebook
Saving captured important information increases the chances of remembering it.
4 Repeat what you’ve learned
Mastery in any field can be only achieved by many tries. Keep this in mind when studying.
5 Take a break
This is an individual matter for one person, after a few hours of work, a coffee break and something to eat is enough. Another person needs more breaks while studying. You have to approach it individually, but try to raise the bar all the time and reduce the time spent on breaks or try to optimize it better.