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Have you ever read a lengthy paragraph from a book and then sort of woken up and asked yourself, “Wait. What did I just read?” You and us both. Reading is a fantastic way to learn, but if you don’t retain that precious information then what is the point?

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How to get more from what you read

Have you ever read a lengthy paragraph from a book and then sort of woken up and asked yourself, “Wait. What did I just read?” You and us both.

Reading is a fantastic way to learn, but if you don’t retain that precious information then what is the point?

In this Clubhouse discussion Chris shares his approach to reading books. How he reads, his note taking method, and why he suggests you read a book three times. And he is joined by The Futur Pro Group members, Stephanie Owens and Rahul Bhogal.

Whether you are a bookworm or not, you will pick up a few practical tips to get more out of what you read. So join us while we explore and discuss the powerful magic of language and written word.

Books referenced:

The Win Without Pitching Manifesto by Blair Enns

How We Learn by Benedict Carey

How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler

How Brands Grow by Byron Sharp

Range by David Epstein

Nov 17

How to get more from what you read

Why you can’t remember what you just read

Have you ever read a lengthy paragraph from a book and then sort of woken up and asked yourself, “Wait. What did I just read?” You and us both.

Reading is a fantastic way to learn, but if you don’t retain that precious information then what is the point?

In this Clubhouse discussion Chris shares his approach to reading books. How he reads, his note taking method, and why he suggests you read a book three times. And he is joined by The Futur Pro Group members, Stephanie Owens and Rahul Bhogal.

Whether you are a bookworm or not, you will pick up a few practical tips to get more out of what you read. So join us while we explore and discuss the powerful magic of language and written word.

Books referenced:

The Win Without Pitching Manifesto by Blair Enns

How We Learn by Benedict Carey

How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler

How Brands Grow by Byron Sharp

Range by David Epstein

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Greg Gunn is an illustrator, animator and creative director in Los Angeles, CA. He loves helping passionate people communicate their big ideas in fun and exciting ways.

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Why you can’t remember what you just read

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