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How to Use Metacognition Skills to Remember 90% of What You Read

Reading is not a race — make time to learn, recall and think

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Thinking, Fast and Slow. Thinking in Bets. Skin in the Game. Great Thinkers. The Laws of Human Nature. The Intelligent Investor. Zero to One.

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