In 2015, Nigel Richards won the World Scrabble Championships. The remarkable thing is that he did not speak French. Despite the 386,000 French words approved by Scrabble, Richards could win by committing these words to memory. This is a perfect example of ultralearning.
To become highly effective, you will need to commit important information to memory. Don’t commit things to memory in one burst. Avoid cramming and space out your memorization sessions to ensure long-term memory. So, set aside a few days per week to memorize the information.