I’m very interested in nature and I’m studying a bachelors degree in this subject.
I’ve read literally dozens of memory books (Moonwalking, Buzan, etc) because I really want to master the skills of taking the most out of my memory in general, but also for learning about the natural world and making nature-connections.
Right now, I learn my study-books by reading them, trying to understand them, then doing the exam, and then forgetting 99% of what I just learned, although my results aren’t too bad, around 65%. I probably should relearn it, but hardly find the time to do so :-s
I’d like to learn a system or method to have a huge memory palace with the whole natural world, with subdivisions: how the earth is build up, soil chemic’s, soil fysics, soil biology, humus formation, fertilization, plants: learning hundreds of plants families and thousands of plants (which I already did for a part but already forgotten huge amounts of it), weather impact on plants, recognizing plants, plant connections, plant chemic’s,…
I fear that me having not enough self-discipline might be the problem, would it be good to have an external memory coach, or should I learn to coach myself? If yes, which one of the dozen books/methods/video’s should I use? I’m a bit lost and don’t know where to start. Thank you very much for your input, every help is appreciated.
All the best and thanks