Do you know what it feels like to read a ton of books, learn a lot of stuff from these books and then finding that your life didn’t change an inch ? Do you feel like you’re just wasting your time reading all of these books ?
If so, this article will help you.
Look, I remember when I was reading articles like this, and all I wanted to do was to read the actual soltution, so here it is : after reading a book, save the summary.
Simple, right ? However, you’d be surprised if you knew how much this question comes up. A lot of people read books, think they “understood” what it says, then just move on and forget about it.
What’s the point of knowing stuff if you never use them ? Nothing.
There are plenty of online resources that offer video, text, and even infographic summaries of the best self-improvement books. That way, after reading a book, you could simply save the summary to your phone and have a look at it to remember and apply what the book says.
Here’s something I think you should know
While summaries are very good to implement the books you read, I really don’t recommend reading just the summary instead of reading the whole book because reading a book is way deeper and can give you way more value and insights than reading a summary.
I think this is the simplest post I’ve written so far, but it doesn’t mean it’s not important. Here’s the takeway : if you want to implement what you read in books, save the summaries just after you read them. It's that simple.
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