Jonathan Levi | Thinking Bigger Through Remembering More

02 Jul Jonathan Levi | Thinking Bigger Through Remembering More

Jonathan Levi shares his strategies for speed reading and remembering more with Mitch Matthews on this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast

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My guest for this week’s DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast is Jonathan Levi.

When I first heard about Jonathan, I was blown away.

By his mid-twenties he’d started multiple companies. (Some went down in flames and some were freakishly successful.) He’d traveled the globe. (He lives in Tel Aviv now.) He’d created products and helped other companies to do the same. So yeah… I was impressed.

But as I dug into his story I found out that one of the secrets behind his success was how he had trained himself to read faster and remember more. (Plus, I found out he was teaching other people how to do that too!)

So I just had to interview him… because we can all dream bigger and think better… if we’re able to remember more!

Listen in as Jonathan gives you tangible strategies that focus on improving memory; reading faster and living bigger!

“We’re trained to think in terms of specialization, but the world doesn’t work that way.” Tweet This

Growing up in an entrepreneurial family, Jonathan knows what it takes to be successful in the business world.  But after selling his company he took an internship in Israel where he met a speed reader, and it’s been full speed ahead ever since!  Now, Jonathan gives you tangible strategies that focus on improving your memory; because what good is reading fast if you can’t remember what the heck you read in the first place?!

A picture is worth a thousand words, which is why markers (images that represent memories) are so essential to reading comprehension.  You’ll also discover what kind of images work best and how to incorporate them into your reading, as well as the trick to minimizing eye motion.  Plus, find out the key to learning languages like a pro!

Learning is a bridge skill that can be an enormous help in achieving nearly any goal, so the faster you learn then the faster you arrive at your dream.  This episode demonstrates your capacity to retain knowledge and, most importantly, gives you Jonathan’s credit card number.  So listen in and reap the benefits of learning how to learn!!

“Most people in our generation are going to have multiple careers.  Therefore, learning becomes the single biggest game changing skill for success.” Tweet This

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4 Comments
  • Bill Meyer
    Posted at 12:18h, 02 July Reply

    yes siree bob,
    another great real life story. I share this podcast with many acquaintances because it is just that good.
    keep them coming mitch

  • Bill Meyer
    Posted at 14:31h, 02 July Reply

    Wow wow wow the numders think takes me back to first grade.My teacher helped in a similar way.55 years later,I remember to make a 5 go down the steps,around the pole to kiss your mom goodbye put on your hat and out the door.
    Life really is not hard, it’s just not easy.Sometimes I feel like system overload because their are soo many useful bits of information that I can scarcely take in all in, but do not stop the podcast! Keep them coming, I remember what I can,use maybe one forth of that and be 10( or should I say( A tall boy making a huge snowman)richer for them!! Rock on Mitch and guests!!!

  • Garrett Moberg
    Posted at 02:24h, 03 July Reply

    It was awesome hearing Jonathan get into his speed reading techniques, as his podcast lately has focused more on the people he interviews (which are awesome as well!). The biggest takeaway for me was why learning is the most important skill in today’s world as we are all more likely to be in several professions during our lifetime. It also made me realize I should pick up speed reading, as 600-1200 WPM is a lot more than the 250 or so I can get through podcast, but I will still be listening Mitch! Thank you.

    • Mitch Matthews
      Posted at 12:53h, 03 July Reply

      Garrett – Great to hear from you! I couldn’t agree more… Jonathan’s insight on speed reading got me thinking I need to read at a faster pace too. Pretty cool stuff! Thanks for listening buddy!

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