Consolidating new learning with habit stacking

habit stacking, knowledge buildingAs I said in previous articles, you may do a lot of actions consistent with learning, that look like learning, and yet what you attempted to learn doesn’t become knowledge.

It becomes knowledge, accurate or inaccurate, when it moves into long term memory, where all the knowledge particles are now connected. By long term memory I don’t mean your mind. Your mind is something entirely different, no action comes from the mind… the mind is like Grand Central Station: who knows who is in charge? Surely not you… Continue reading “Consolidating new learning with habit stacking”