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Arranging Out Your "Time Table" | #GraspAndLearn

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Improving your level of grasping, or your ability to understand and remember what you read, depends on a number of things that you can improve with practice and strategies. Optimizing your level of grasping is a skill that you can get better at with practice and effort. By using these strategies regularly, you can improve how well you understand, remember, and use information. Here are some things you can do to improve your grasping:

  • Active Interest: Put yourself into what you're trying to learn. This can mean taking notes, summarizing the most important points, asking questions, and joining discussions. Participating in the learning process helps you understand and remember what you're learning.

  • Learning: Learn how to read well by doing things like studying the text before you read it, noting the main ideas and key details, and going over the text again after you're done. Skimming, scanning, and focusing on understanding rather than speed will help you read faster.

  • Focus: Make it easier to focus by removing as many distractions as possible from your environment. Find a quiet place to learn, get rid of distractions, and use techniques like time-blocking or the Pomodoro Technique to help you stay focused and pay attention.

  • Improve Your Note-Taking: Find the best ways to take notes that work for you. To remember important information, use techniques like highlighting, underlining, making visual diagrams, or using abbreviations. Set up your notes in a way that makes sense to you. This will make it easier to review the information and remember it in the future.

  • Active Recall: Do active recall exercises, like quizzing yourself or writing a summary of the information without looking at the source. This method allows you to remember what you've learned and helps you understand it better.

  • Learn or clarify the subject matter: One of the best ways to understand something better is to teach or explain it to someone else. In order to do this, you have to think about the information more deeply and explain it in a way that others can understand. This activity will help you make sure you really understand the subject.

  • Seek Clarification and Ask Questions: Don't be afraid to ask for clarification when you don't understand something. You can ask your teachers, mentors, or people in online communities and resources. You can learn more about a subject by asking questions and making sure you understand everything.

  • Find links: Look for links and connections between what you already know and what you are learning. Compare the new information to what you already know or have done. By making connections, you build a framework in your mind that helps you understand and remember things.

  • Practice Mental Rest: Do exercises that help you be more aware of your surroundings and give your mind a break. Clearing your mind and reducing stress can help you learn more by improving your ability to focus, remember, and think.

  • Assess and Think: Look over what you've learned and think about it often. Reviewing things from time to time helps you understand them better and remember them for longer. Think about what you've learned, figure out where you need more information, and think about how the new information fits into the bigger picture.

So let's say that despite your packed schedule, you are able to devote a few hours every day to reading. You don't have to schedule your time for listening to music, reading, or writing at the same intervals that I do (morning, evening, and night), but I find it helpful to do so. If you'd like not, you don't have to. At this time, here is what has to be done immediately:

Noon - Eat, Listen, Read, and Nap

Every one of the wonderful masterminds and competitors incorporates a "power rest" into their day-to-day schedules, and I believe you need to do the same as well. A "power rest" is one of those small gems. The vast majority of us notice that our batteries will quite frequently slow down after having a healthy meal regardless, which makes this the best chance to eat, listen to music, read, and rest.

Now that your memory is full of the events of the day, the ideal time for you to read your book or focus your attention on a person whose admiration you hold in high regard is right now. If you're looking for a book to help get you started and get you thinking like a man, "As a Man Thinketh" by James Allen is a great option. If you want to go to sleep after finishing your reading, you should add an additional 20 minutes to your clock in addition to the time you've allotted for your early evening reading. If you get less sleep than that, you could feel sluggish when you get up in the morning.









Nap Time





You can fill in the specific times and activities based on how you want to spend your time and what works best for you. This is just a sample to show you how the schedule could be set up.

Evening - The Best Way to Go To Bed

Setting up a routine (time table) for the evening can help you have a consistent, relaxing routine before bed, which can help you sleep better. Here is a suggested evening schedule that focuses on the best way to go to bed:




Wind down and relax: Engage in calming activities such as reading a book, practicing gentle stretching or yoga, or taking a warm bath or shower. Avoid stimulating activities or screens (e.g., smartphones, TVs) that can interfere with sleep.


Prepare your sleep environment: Make sure your bedroom is conducive to sleep. Dim the lights, create a comfortable temperature, and ensure your bed and pillows are comfortable.


Disconnect from electronics: Turn off electronic devices at least 30 minutes before bed. The blue light emitted by screens can interfere with sleep hormones. Instead, engage in quiet activities like listening to soft music or practicing relaxation techniques.


Set a regular sleep schedule: Aim to go to bed and wake up at consistent times to regulate your body's internal clock. Establishing a routine can help train your body to feel naturally tired and awake at the desired times.


Create a bedtime ritual: Engage in a relaxing activity that signals your body and mind that it's time to sleep. This can include journaling, deep breathing exercises, or listening to soothing sounds.


Lights out: Ensure your bedroom is dark and free from distractions. Use curtains or blinds to block out external light sources. Consider using earplugs or a sleep mask if needed.

Reading before bed is probably the best method to get some shut-eye. While we sleep, our brains are designed to chew on many ideas and concepts. We are not required to strive to remain in bed in complete silence all night long. In spite of this, supposing that we have something to think about makes it more likely that we will fall asleep sooner. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to read someone's memoir.

However, in addition to the fact that this is an excellent opportunity to learn from other people, it also provides your brain with something to focus on while it is at rest. Because there is obviously a lot of information to mentally absorb in accounts, we will also frequently read them more slowly than we do other types of books.

As a result, in order to tie everything together, you will have to perform all three acts at some arbitrary point in time. In addition, you don't have to rush through them; if you like, you may take the entire week to listen to, read, or remain in contact with them if you want to. This is not a must, though. Having said that, you should carry out such actions with anticipation and a goal in the forefront of your mind at all times.

There is no requirement for it to be another book or sound. You have the option of going back and reading some more of the books that you have already read, or you may read some more novels altogether. You have the ability to go back and pay attention to a section of the sounds or recordings that you have previously viewed, and as a result, you can gain fresh experiences from them. When you put yourself in this situation, you could be surprised at the things you find out.

It is important to keep in mind that it may take more time than 21-66 days for a new inclination to get established in your regular practise; thus, I would want for you to continue to adhere to these methods for the next two or three months. Feel free to adjust my plan so that it fits in with your goals and priorities, then go ahead and do it. Put it to use for your benefit.

In addition to that, keep in mind that you shouldn't take on too much while you're just getting started. It's really similar to doing a real job. If it's been a while since your last workout, you probably shouldn't try to bench press a huge amount of weight. If you do, you could pull a muscle, experience excruciating pain, and resolve that you will never bench press again. You need to devise a schedule that is realistic for you to follow and that will aid you in maintaining consistency.

By continuing to do so, the way in which your brain is wired will be successfully altered as it adapts to the new routine that you are following. Give it a go, and be sure to report back to me with how well it worked out for you!

These are just ideas, and you can change the times and activities to fit your schedule and tastes. The goal is to make a consistent routine that helps you wind down, relax, and get your mind and body ready for a good night's sleep.

"When u practice something with the conscious mind and then continue practicing the same even with the sub-conscious mind, You Master it."

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