Blinkist is a service that lets read the most important insights from over 1,500 bestselling non-fiction books in powerful 15-minute summaries.
The company has just shared an insightful post with tips for smarter and faster reading.
The tips are in fact the super concise conclusions from a few non-fiction books – must reads for everyone who wants to be more effective in both work and private life.
Getting curious is what I find particularly intriguing.
When presented with new concepts, it’s our own curiosity that awakens an attitude of awe—which is great, because that awe primes our brains to learn.
The article on Blinkist is accompanied by an impactful infographic that summarizes the tips in an even more concise way. Click or tap on the visual to see it in full resolution.
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