I currently have a stack of books to read that include dense, technical material such as McKinsey's "Valuation" handbook. I struggle to absorb the information in such a way as to be able to use the information later. To say it is slow going would be an understatement, since some of this material is more dense than my college textbooks.
Are there any techniques or strategies people use to get through technical material? I want to make the most out of what I am reading and not just sit there without processing it.
Thanks in advance!
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