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The Whole Brain Method for Taking Notes

How do you take effective notes so that you can remember more?

As technology progresses, there are more notetaking options than ever before. While studies consistently show handwritten notes have better retention and comprehension than any other method, we still get asked frequently what the best whole brain method for taking notes is.

Today, I’m going to take some of these questions from the Kwik Brain Universe on notetaking and do a modified Q&A to go into more specific detail on my favorite methods.

The more information you can remember, the more likely you can utilize those learnings in your daily life. Listen in, as I review several ways to level up your notetaking skills to help you learn faster and remember more.

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SHOW NOTES:

  • This is one of the worst ways you can take notes. [2:51]
  • Jim takes you through his favorite note-taking method. [4:23]
  • Here’s why this method uses your whole brain. [6:22]
  • Ask these questions to bring your notes to life. [8:01]
  • Note-taking doesn’t just improve your retention on one thing, it helps you in these other areas as well. [9:55]
  • Take a screenshot, tag me (@jimkwik), and tell me how you’re going to start applying this method today.
  • I’ll repost my favorites and gift a copy of my book, Limitless, to one lucky listener.
  • If you want to go even deeper in note-taking methods, be sure to check out our Kwik Thinking program, here.

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