Episode #1498
4 Memory Hacks to Remember Books and Podcasts Better

September 08, 2020

In episode #1498, we give you four memory hacks to remember books and podcasts better! Things become much easier to remember if you write them down after hearing them and they get further cemented in your mind if you turn them into actions! For top tips about remembering, staying interested, and not overloading your brain with too much information, be sure to tune in.
TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
[00:25] Today’s topic: Four Memory Hacks to Remember Books and Podcasts Better.
[00:32] People remember stuff more when they write it down.
[01:29] After writing something down, turn it into an action.
[02:09] Remembering not to digest too much information.
[03:00] Curate what you read by moving on if you don’t feel you’re getting value.
[03:45] That’s it for today!
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