Dealing with the topic of learning techniques means first and foremost dealing with one’s own competencies, but also with one’s own person. This is difficult for some people, but it is necessary for an efficient learning technique. What kind of person am I and what does that mean for my working technique? How can I learn faster at my basic pace and retain what I have learned in the long term? How does my brain work in the first place and how can what I have learned be successfully anchored in my previous knowledge?
Basically, with such thoughts it is important to be open to new things, so just try out new techniques and experiment with your own ideas. It has been shown time and again that it is not so much the learning effort that brings success, but rather the efficiency in doing so, which often makes a change in learning behavior necessary so that one can develop joy and motivation for learning again.