Today, I want to share with you two simple tools that you can use to access resources that can help you assimilate more knowledge about non-medical things quicker and more efficiently. The first tool is called Blinkist. It’s an app and a website which condenses non-fiction books down to a 10 to 15-minute read. It can also transform a book into audio format. Whether you prefer to read or listen, this app is a quick and great way to highlight and grasp the important points of some great books.
The second tool is audiobook. There are numerous apps available now, but my personal choice is Audible. I use this app to listen to audiobooks whenever I have what I call “net time” or when I’m doing something else like exercising, walking, doing housework, or driving. By listening to audiobooks, you can still gain a lot of great, practical, and non-medical knowledge that you can then use to enhance other aspects of your life aside from your work.
Blinkist and audiobook apps like Audible are excellent tools that help me acquire new knowledge and information. Do you know other simple and useful resources or tools that can help us gain new knowledge? We’d love to hear what you can share with us. Have a great day!