Ex-lawyer turned relationship coach

Why You Can’t Remember What You Study

Many people think that learning ends once you take in knowledge. But that’s incorrect. You only finish learning once you can reliably put that knowledge to use.

Accumulating information isn’t enough, you need to apply it. Regularly.

So unless you’re studying to solve something that you experience as a problem, you’ll likely forget most of it.

The more irrelevant the information is to your life, the less likely it’ll stick.

By Jeroen Elsing
Ex-lawyer turned relationship coach