Todd Sattersten

One of the best ways to improve retention of the material you are about to read is to imagine yourself having to tell someone else about it. That act of imagining yourself as teacher completely changes the way you read. As you turn the pages, you start to anticipate what would be most interesting and applicable to your “class.” You begin to organize the structure by which you are going to share this new information. The logical result of this strategy is to record memorable and valuable highlights.

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