One of the key ways to learn for me in recent times has been reading books. But the journey of productively reading doesn’t end with just reading. It’s the process of building a structure around how you read and how you distill what you learn to drive the most amount of value for your mind. I run through my structure for productively reading in this video and would love to know what your system is in the comments.
00:00 I've Made Reading a Part of My Everyday Process
00:32 How I Read
00:45 Physical vs Kindle
02:27 Building a Routine
06:32 Highlighting What You Read
05:57 Audio Books?
06:39 Revisiting What You've Read
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