What’s the most recent book you’ve read lately? Today, I want to share with you two quick reading tips. This is all about how you can access resources that can help you assimilate more knowledge about of non-medical things quicker and more efficiently.
There are two resources that I use. The first one is Blinkist. It’s an app and a website that condenses non-fiction books down to 10-15 minutes and gives it to you that in written or audio form, whichever you prefer. It is a great way to get the salient points of some great books very quickly.The other one is through audio books. I use Audible, but there are lots of apps out there. I use audio books whenever I have what I call “NET time” or No Extra Time. I also use audio books when I am doing something else like exercising, walking, driving, or housework. I will always listen to a good book while I multitask.
I recommend that you do use those two things so you can easily assimilate lots of great, useful, practical, and non-medical knowledge and information that you can apply to your life. This will enhance other aspects of your life aside from your work.
Maximize your time by using Blinkist for reading and audio books for your “no extra time” moments. If you know of other resources you find particularly useful to get new knowledge, share it with us. Thanks for dropping by and see you in my next blog!