Reading Jim Kwik’s book Limitless and will be sharing thoughts along the way.
First up: how to read and remember anything.
Our brains are capable of more than we give them credit for. Still, the average person forgets 50% of what we learn within an hour and 70% within 24 hours.
You and I know from experience that we tend to forget a lot more than we ever think is possible, no matter how good our intentions are in the moment.
So quit cramming kids (and grown ups)!
Instead, pace yourself and read in 25-minute sprints with 5 minutes of rest. This is called the Pomodoro technique and it works. In a modified version, it helped me get through graduate school, learning two new languages, working two part-time jobs, while being married and raising three children at the time. (Another great book on the subject is this one).
And find ways to teach or share what you’re learning. Teaching is learning twice and information we act on, we tend to remember.
You can take this post for example, share it on your social media platforms and add your own takeaways to it.
Afterall, knowledge isn’t power.
But applied knowledge is powerful.
Sharing is caring, and learning!
If you got something out of this, share on your platforms and tell your friends what you thought.