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A reading memo (^-^) by Shuen Kabazawa, "A complete output that transforms learning into results"

One book specializing in output.

The author, Shion Kabazawa, is a psychiatrist and writer. He has been writing more than two books a year for 10 consecutive years, has been published daily for 2 years in e-mail magazines, and has published more than 13 videos to disseminate information. The author explains the output know-how from 1500 points of view.

"Read" and "Listen" are input, and "Speak", "Write" and "Act" are output. The ratio seems to be 7 to 3 on average, but the author points out that the "golden ratio" of input and output is 3 to 7. Dr. Arthur Gates, a psychologist at Columbia University, conducted an experiment in which more than 100 children were asked to remember and recite the person profiles written in their name book. By changing the ratio of memorizing time (input time) and practice time (output time), the group with the highest result was examined, and the group with the highest result was the group with 3 to 7 inputs and outputs. It was

No self-growth is possible without output.

No matter how much you input, such as reading, if you do not output, you will not be settled as "self-satisfaction" or memory. “Self-growth” is proportional to the amount of output.

If you are not good at output, try talking first. Talk to a third party about what you read, what you heard, and what you experienced. Furthermore, “writing” is more memorable and encourages self-growth than “speaking”. Writing will stimulate the RAS/Reticular Activating System. RAS is a network of nerves, or a network of nerves, that goes from the brain stem to the entire cerebrum, and is also known as the "control tower of attention." Writing will send a signal to the brain, improve your concentration, and enable you to actively collect information.

In addition to the input "reading" and "listening" and the output "speaking" and "writing", "action" is also important.

There are 5 secrets for the author to continue
1 Think only about “do today”.
The more you try to continue, the more brakes you apply, so think only about what you do today.

2 Have fun and do it.
It's impossible to keep going, so find some fun in what you want to keep going.

3 Break down the goals.
By subdividing the goals, it becomes easier to manage the progress and the degree of achievement, which leads to increased motivation.

4 Record the result.
By recording the progress up to the goal, it becomes easier to get dopamine and motivate.

5 When you get the result, give a reward.
If you receive a reward when you reach your goal, you will be secreted more dopamine. The author has set the rewards such as drinking a little high-class whiskey when writing one chapter of the book, and going overseas traveling after writing one book.

I'm messing around with the reward system (^_^)

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