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How do you remember more of what you read?
Have you ever read a page in a book and forgot what you were reading? And even if you go back and reread the page, you still can’t remember? This experience can be incredibly frustrating because you know how important it is to focus on what you’re reading and retain it, so you can go out into the world and implement your learnings.
I’m excited to bring you this special episode from VeeFriends at VeeCon, a Web3 event in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where I recently gave the opening speech and shared strategies for improving your memory. Today, I want to give you sneak peek into one of those methods by showing you how to remember Gary Vee’s top twelve emotional skills for greater levels of success from his book, Twelve and a Half: Leveraging the Emotional Ingredients Necessary for Business Success.
Leaders are readers, but in order to apply the valuable lessons in books, you have to retain them first. I’m going to walk you through an interactive exercise using a memory strategy that is fun, but more importantly, proven effective. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to level up your reading, so you can learn faster and remember more, this episode is for you.