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Boss heads to the active - 2016 Christopher Buff, www.Aviationbuff.com
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The path to viral growth might be a tricky one: how to invite and engage users, how to bring them value that they would really need and appreciate. All these questions come onto each entrepreneur's mind when he tries to implement growth hacking techniques for the business. Look at these successful examples of world-known companies and learn how they initiated their viral growth. We wish you good luck in your growth hacking strategy!
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Update: The PMP® exam change has been re-scheduled to 11 January, 2016. Test takers will have an extra two months to prepare for the current exam format. Learn more and register. http://ow.ly/OCGNp
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3 Tips to Better Remember What You Read

1. Make the impression stronger.
When you are very impressed by something, the probability that you will remember it is much higher. You can stop reading one second and picture the situation in your mind, exaggerating some features of the situation in order to enhance the impression of your mental image, by adding violence, greatness, or anything to shock yourself. You can even add yourself in your mental picture, imagining the hero of the book thanking you for your help or kicking your butt or anything memorable. Also, you may enhance the impression of a text by reading it out loud — even very loud if your neighbors are okay with it. Some people are more sensitive to impressions coming from sounds than from the view.

2. Create an association.
If you can link something you read to anything you already know, the probability of remembering it becomes even stronger — sometimes incredibly strong. For example, if Thomas Jefferson was born on the same day as you, you would find it very easy to remember this because you linked the data you read to something you already know for sure and will not forget. It is like tying something new (the data you read, Jefferson's birthday) to a tree (a piece of data you know, your own birthday). That is why the more you know about a topic, the easier it is to learn more and more.

3. Repeat to remember
The more you repeat, the more you remember. When reading a book, if you do not want to read it several times, you can highlight a few parts that you want to remember, and re-read only those parts several times. You will remember these segments much better. And you will see that they will also help you remember the rest of the book.

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