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The Power of Writing About the Things You Read

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  • Passive review involved a lot of highlighting, rereading and attempting to memorize things.
  • Active review involved actually being able to recreate the material.

So how exactly do you do this?

When you write about the things you read, it causes the value of you reading to increase exponentially. You don’t just gain more knowledge, you’re able to put into action.

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