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 Since then I know I also have a few other decks I could make that would actually be useful from personal association:​ ukulele chords, German, programming concepts that I have experimented with etc. From this whole experience, my most important take away was that there is absolutely no need to follow what works for other people, or even judge my own learning needs. I'm not sure how this takeaway will improve my chances of making rent money, but I want to enjoy the fact that I learned something new. Since then I know I also have a few other decks I could make that would actually be useful from personal association:​ ukulele chords, German, programming concepts that I have experimented with etc. From this whole experience, my most important take away was that there is absolutely no need to follow what works for other people, or even judge my own learning needs. I'm not sure how this takeaway will improve my chances of making rent money, but I want to enjoy the fact that I learned something new.
  
 +PS: I'll talk about Incremental Reading in my next post, which is a method I tried for extracting flashcard content from Matt Haig's book.
  
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