How to Read a Book

How to Read a Book
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#1

It would be interesting to hear your thoughts on this classic book. What do you agree or disagree with. Do you read books in this way, or is your process different?


#2

Hi Cd
I think this book was a covered in a previous podcast; it was around no 42.
Shl1ck


#3

Just saw that. I am not up that far. Thank you


#4

Looking back, I can say this book had a bigger impact on me than I realized at the time. One of the benefits I see now is that my MindNode book notes have more structure and they’re easier to go back and read again :slight_smile:


#5

I had the former President of the college I went to recommend it as the best thing he read ever. Lucky I had already read it. We both felt that all the reading we had done before reading this book almost didn’t count.

He found it at 55 and felt I was lucky to find it in my 30’s.

Highly recommended to help you look at books in a new way with a bit more detail.


#6

Thanks for the recommendation!

To help keep the conversations in one place, here’s the live episode:


#7