How to Remember What You Read — The Tool You Always Had But Ignored

Besides the tips and tricks, sleeping is the single most important tool

Vitor Shin Kitahara
Feb 26 · 6 min read
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The forgetting curve

Image by Vitor Shin, inspired by mindtools.com
Image by Vitor Shin, inspired by mindtools.com

Why sleep?

Photo by Christopher Jolly on Unsplash

Sleep to remember

Sleep to forget

Highlight and review

Readwise

Post-it

Write it down

The bottom line

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Vitor Shin Kitahara

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Senior Data Analyst at Via Varejo. Father of a very stubborn Shiba Inu. Loves flat white and mechanical keyboards.

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Senior Data Analyst at Via Varejo. Father of a very stubborn Shiba Inu. Loves flat white and mechanical keyboards.

Age of Awareness

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