2 Easy and Useful Mental Models To Maximise Learning from Reading

What are Mental Models?

Why Are Mental Models Important?

1. 80/20 Principle

Identifying the 20% of the book that provided 80% of the value (not a great example since Sapiens is an amazing book but you get the point)

2. Logic Trees

Example of logic tree to summarise Banking Bad by Adele Ferguson (may not be MECE but you get the point)

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