Wouldn't it be great to remember books you read months, even years, after reading?
That's exactly what I show you in my new masterclass - Building a Brain OS.
You'll learn my simple step-by-step system to retain what you read.
How many books did you read last year? And how much information do you remember from them?
You know what I mean: you read a book, investing hours of mental labor in understanding the ideas it presents.
You finish the book with a feeling of triumph that you’ve gained a valuable body of knowledge.
But then what?
The demands of life get in the way. And a few weeks later, you can't even recall what the book was about:
“Sapiens? What a great book. Super fun to read. Great history of, uh, you know, humans. Agricultural revolution was 12,000 years ago and it changed everything. I know, I know—it’s crazy.”
The challenge of knowledge is not acquiring it. In our digital world, you can acquire almost any knowledge at almost any time.
The challenge is building a system to forward bits of it through time.
So you can use it in a future situation or problem or challenge where it is most applicable, and most needed.
🧠 Why You Need a Brain OS
#1 Remember What You Read
You've probably read a book only to forget its key ideas as soon as you finish.
Summarizing a book in your own words, though, minimizes that problem by helping you internalize the book’s key insights
#2 Connect Key Concepts from Other Books
Writing summaries create building blocks for your own thinking and creating. You can connect ideas from other books you’ve read.
#3 Improve Your Writing and Thinking
If you create any kind of content - articles, videos, podcasts - you need to refer to and reference ideas you’ve read as quickly as possible.
And even if you’re not a writer or a creative, there’s value in “remixing” an idea as part of the retrieval process.
💎 What's Inside?
#1 Building Your Brain OS (Video Masterclass)
Learn my process to create the best book summaries
How to systematize what you learn from books so you never forget actionable lessons
Organize your book notes for easy access when you need them the most
#2 BONUS: Lifetime Access to My Brain OS (45 Books)
Detailed book notes from the most influential books on personal growth, productivity, and habits
More than 2000 hours of reading (and $3000 spend on books) and many more hours of creating these summaries
Have a great weeked! 😊
P.s. I'm keeping this special price for the first few weeks only. After that, I'll raise it (forever). So get access now before the price increases