I.T. One day at a time

May 19, 2009

Understanding how you process information to help you get organized

Filed under: Uncategorized — Craig @ 2:00 PM

In my never ending quest to arm myself with the best system/process to maximise my already busy day I came across this great site. http://unclutterer.com/2008/05/14/understanding-how-you-process-information-to-help-you-get-organized-part-i/

Fundamentally this site doesn’t supply you with bread and water, it teaches you how to fish. What I mean by that is, you are shown how to memorise and organise things that suits your style, not just supplied with a tool that is supposed to solve all of your problems. After answering a few short questions you soon discover whether you are best to write things down, Say them out loud, or associate a picture with your memory. My own personal experience was to confirm that I am currently using a suitable process for my learning style (tactile) but also that I could probably benefit from a slight variety of techniques that include audible and visual prompts depending on the situation. All in all this is a great way to teach yourself how to learn in your own efficient ways.

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