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Cindy Yoseffa
Cindy Yoseffa
Hi everyone!
This is my first mail. I’m not that excited about it, since nobody subscribed to my newsletter. I’m sad, but not that sad I can’t bear to do it. Not only that, but I still on the way to the top of the Dunning Kruger Effect. Here I present to you: “a raw start”. It’s simply me, writing a newsletter as a beginner.

Dunning Kruger Effect
Dunning Kruger Effect
New Things on The Way
In the last view weeks I’ve been making my ass off and made my own Blog with my own domain. You can visit here.
I also made some videos on my YouTube Channel and I found RemNote. This is like ANKI and Roam Research on the same page. For me this is a dream come true, especially if you love spaced repetition or an active learning type.
I’ll try RemNote on my next exam and let’s see if it’s work out for me. 😊
Because of my exams, I decided to do my priority #1: to study enough, so I can be comfortable again to make another video on YouTube.
The Loneliness and Sadness of Not Sharing Your Knowledge
This is something I’ve learned the hard way. I used to be this kind of person, who loves to keep my juicy informations about something alone, only for myself. This was due to all the competitions I’ve had in my days at school. I thought to be the best, you got to know as much as you can and don’t share it to anyone.
Now that I’m wiser - Older doesn’t mean wiser - I come to a conclusion, that my knowledge makes me feel alone. What is the knowledge actually for, if nobody benefits from it and understand me. This is so isolating and sad at the same time.
That’s the reason why I put myself on the social media, made a YouTube Channel and have my own website now. I want to share and connect with other people, who has the same interests like me.
I also find out, how much I don’t know about a lot of things in life. It sounds paradox with me having knowledge and people can’t understand me. But at the end of the day other people know something I don’t know and it’s also frustrating for them, that I don’t understand them.
In sharing our knowledge and actively learning from others we open the door to new experiences and the door of understanding.
Let’s share and connect!
What do you think? Give me a feedback, if you have other opinions.
See my last video on YouTube
#RemNote: Spaced Repetition for #MedicalStudents - Study Tool & Vlog1
#RemNote: Spaced Repetition for #MedicalStudents - Study Tool & Vlog1
Some thoughts from my Twitter about this topic
Cindy Yoseffa
I learned, that writing is not enough. You need to share your story. Life is short. Share it, hopefully someone can benefit from you. #writing
Cindy Yoseffa
There‘s plenty to understand to be human as a human being.

„So many people being held back from their potentials because of circumstances. Given the chance, almost anyone can all flourish.“

https://t.co/uIjQitY2DS
Cindy Yoseffa
If multilingual blogs/websites r the norm, more people will learn to understand the world social, cultural, technological, & financial structure around the globe (Also how they affect each other). No land or language deserves to be left alone.
#learntocode
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Cindy Yoseffa
Cindy Yoseffa @cindyyoseffa

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