Daily Productive Sharing 372 - How Does David Perell Read?

Daily Productive Sharing 372 - How Does David Perell Read?
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Today's recommendation is not an article, but a set of tweets by David Perell about how he reads:

  1. Make your reading time more productive by writing long notes in your own words while you read.
  2. If you’re reading good books, you’ll have your best ideas while you read. After all, reading is as much about having better thoughts as it is about consuming. Here’s my suggestion: Supplement highlights with detailed reflections written in your own words.
  3. My reading notes are the first draft of a new thought, but they’re worth capturing because the fidelity of my reflections are strongest while I’m reading. Since I save all my notes, I can always return to these notes too.
  4. When that’s the case, I write a brief summary at the bottom which makes scrolling highlights and searching for notes easier.
  5. Writing is a partnership between you and your computer. You don’t just build a note-taking system to remember things. You build a note-taking system to fuse ideas in surprising ways — so you can create intellectual serendipity for yourself.

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今天的推荐并不是一篇文章,而是一组 David Perell 介绍自己阅读的 tweets:

  1. 在阅读时用自己的话写笔记,会让你的阅读更有成效。
  2. 读好书时,你会有你最好的想法。毕竟,阅读是为了拥有更好的思想。用你自己的话写详细的反思可以补充亮点。
  3. 我的阅读笔记是新想法的初稿,但它们值得记录,因为我在阅读时反思是最强的。由于我保存了所有的笔记,我也可以随时回到这些笔记。
  4. 有时没有完整的想法,这时,我会在底部写了一个简短的摘要,这使得笔记检索更容易。
  5. 写作是你和你的电脑之间的一种合作关系。你不只是建立一个记事系统来记住事情。你建立一个笔记系统是为了融合各种想法--这样你就可以为自己创造奇迹。

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