Way old lists

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Jan 31, 2010, 5:26:18 AM1/31/10
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хеллоооо Виктор,

OK, so I started the Gold List Method and ran with it for a few
months. It's working great. Problem is that I've just had an extremely
busy time leading up until Christmas.

Now I want to get back into my Gold-listing, but I'm full of fear and
dread, because I know my book now contains lists that are way overdue
for revision.

My main concern is that I'm not going to be able to get enough words
from my lists to distil them.

So, assuming I forget a lot of the words, what is the best approach to
resume? Should I re-write the current distillations on a blank piece
of paper, to refresh them in my STM? Good enough?

Thanks for your advice,
Бретт (Могста)

Viktor D. Huliganov

Jan 31, 2010, 2:10:18 PM1/31/10
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Don't worry if they are more than two months old. I only set the upper
margin as two months in order to keep the pace going. The lower margin
of two weeks is far more important. As long as you don't look for two
weeks, then don't worry so much if they get old. I've picked them up
after years on occasion, and still been able to distil them, and so
will you.

On Jan 31, 11:26 am, mogsta <mog...@gmail.com> wrote:


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