Growth Cycle - Learning Technique
We forget more than 60% of what we've read just once in less than a week¹. Yikes... you'll be reminded to review a Growth Note and your notes a month from your original date of reading, and two months after - so that what you learn stays with you.²
“Knowledge without reflection is a waste of time" - Confucius.
Warren Buffett once said the best investment you can make is in your own education. Because money comes and goes. Relationships come and go. But what you learn and apply stays with you forever.
The trouble is, most non-fiction books, make it difficult to determine what it is you should apply. In going so deep into the theory, what truly matters, gets lost. Learning then becomes unrelatable, impractical, and just not fun. And so, you don't end up absorbing and applying ideas successfully.
Growth Notes is about helping you meditate that problem, by giving you access to a library of practical, powerful book reviews, alongside an accountability sytem.
I'm Samy Felice, and after years of work, I'm glad to see this service come to life. Growth Notes has been nurtured with the desire to bring the essence of nature into learning online - and I fully believe in its value. For a healthier planet, 5% of all profits are donated to the WorldLandTrust - who help plant trees to restore forests to their full potential for a better tomorrow.
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References The Curve of Forgetting: https://uwaterloo.ca/campus-wellness/curve-forgetting¹ How much do people forget: http://willthalheimer.typepad.com/files/how-much-do-people-forget-v12-14-2010-2.pdf ² The Earth Day Network: https://www.earthday.org³