Why Brush Up

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  1. You learned Lesson XYZ about 5 years ago.
  2. You think, "Hey! I've learned that stuff already. Let's learn something else. Yay!"
  3. So, you start learning something else -- while your knowledge of Lesson XYZ slowly withers.

A year later, your behind has pretty much forgotten what you learned several years ago. Boo.

Your Brain is Like a Muscle

Peep this:

  1. You lift weights.
  2. You become buff.
  3. You stop lifting for a year.

What happens? You become the skinny/fat-a$s that you originally were. Or, what about this second scenario:

  1. You do bicep curls for a year.
  2. You get buff biceps.
  3. You then do your leg presses for a year because you want sexy legs to match your sexy biceps.
  4. You get legs like a ^^%^ stallion. High-five!

But, what happens to your biceps? They return to their scrawny/flabby originals. You're stuck with revolutionary legs on twig biceps, resembling a constipated sabertooth tiger. That's akin to learning Lesson XYZ years ago, then ignoring it for a new knowledge "muscle". Withering effect: In session. Boo.

How do you become comprehensively buff?

You brush up on every muscle group you can -- within the shortest gaps possible. Likewise, kick mutha-!@^^%-a$s in ______________ by brushing up on what you've learned -- consistently. You'll keep your knowledge refreshed, pumped, and ready for action.

Brush up. No catch-up. <--wit

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Posted on January 07

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