Experience creates internalization

Experience creates internalizationExperience creates internalization. A huge difference exists between memory-based “book” learning and hands-on, internalized learning.

A medical student who has “learned” to perform an operation in his medical school class has not learned it in the same way as a doctor who has already conducted several operations.

In the first case, the learning is stored in the conscious mind, and the medical student draws on his memory bank to remember what he has learned.

In the second case, what the doctor has learned through hands-on experience is stored in the subconscious mind and pops up without his consciously recalling it from the memory bank.

Ray Dalio

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