Ken’s Notes – Summaries
I read a lot of books.
One of the things that I try to do each time I read a book is to make notes for myself so that I can internalize the “aha” or epiphany moments that change me. I have had enough people ask me for copies that I have decided to just put them out here. I have dozens, so I’ll add them as I can.
My close friend Oliver Van DeMille is the best (and fastest) reader that I have ever met. He teaches a class on reading comprehension and taught me to read for epiphanies, those specific insights that change you. Those are worth noting in the margins of the book, so needless to say, most of my books are heavily marked.
Ken’s Notes Summaries: