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A system for continuous learning

Being an intellectually curious obsessive nutcase when it comes to human performance, I consume a lot of new information.  The high cost of task-switching between deep work and consumption makes it a bad idea to consume info haphazardly.  Here’s what I do instead:

– Automatically or manually move content to the pocket app – Consume blogs, articles, podcasts, etc. during a scheduled “reading list” appointments I make throughout the week

Without rules and systems for important things, bad habits form – or at the very least, good ones don’t.  Batching and scheduling tasks rather than waiting until I “have time” has proven useful.

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