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Best 8 Technique ►to Read 4 Books Every Week, Yes You Can.



  How would you like to read 4 books every week without speed reading, now I know that sounds super scary, but I'm here to tell you that my good friend Rosie Lee Dreiwitz does just that totaling two hundred books a year dude.    I thought reading fifty books per year was good, Rosie read 16 books in February this year alone and these aren't just little fucking 26 pages Charlie Brown comics no I'm talking monsters like the 48 laws of power and even tools of titans 770 pages.     So how can you do it well, you need to know the three keys which I'm going to share with you now.    The Content ►    The most important key is Willingness. key is access. my personal more favorite. my personal more favorite. Understand Keith the radical perspectives. prepare yourself with popular contextual know-how before reading. Allow time after reading to process the information. Enjoys it.


 
 How would you like to read 4 books every week without speed reading, now I know that sounds super scary, but I'm here to tell you that my good friend Rosie Lee Dreiwitz does just that totaling two hundred books a year dude.

 I thought reading fifty books per year was good, Rosie read 16 books in February this year alone and these aren't just little fucking 26 pages Charlie Brown comics no I'm talking monsters like the 48 laws of power and even tools of titans 770 pages.

 So how can you do it well, you need to know the three keys which I'm going to share with you now.



The Content 


  1. The most important key is Willingness.
  2. key is access.
  3. my personal more favorite.
  4. my personal more favorite.
  5. Understand Keith the radical perspectives.
  6. prepare yourself with popular contextual know-how before reading.
  7. Allow time after reading to process the information.
  8. Enjoys it.


      Technique 1: The most important key is Willingness.


       You have to want to read as much as possible, yep. you have to sit down and read the bloody book period.

       Now a lot of us want to read 200 books a year don't make reading a priority I understand though you're busy studying for exams you're building a business or taking care of the dog but this is the reality.

      Technique 2: key is access.


      Now the key to developing a reading habit or any habit for that matter is to make it as simple as possible, so always have a book on you like look at me man I'm going to fucking bathtub look how many books I got around me that is access to.

       So you can read in those spare moments when people would otherwise reach for their phone on the bus while waiting for meetings or even while driving I like to listen to an audiobook while driving instead of absorbing the negative garbage on the radio.

       You can also download e-books to your phone with the Kindle app, I mean everyone carries a phone on them so you will never not have a book with you unless you have one of those Samsung Galaxy Note 8

       The first two keys are far more important than the following 7 techniques, they won't create more time in the day but they will help you read faster and remember more.

      Technique 3: My personal more favorite.

            The first: practice holding your focus.

       Consider the bazaar a tea of going from a nine-second Facebook video to a full-length book, if you don't spend time on social media and don't read much it's unrealistic to think you'll be able to read a book all the way through with ease.

       There are countless ways to improve your focus Rosie likes to set aside time to learn French as fast as 

       Possible on a daily basis you can also try meditation writing essays or memorizing vocabulary.

       She heavily praises the books deep work by Cal Newport and the productivity project by Chris Bailey.

            The second: technique cultivate relevant mental models.

       Mental models are tools for rapid cognition understanding and decision-making, check out my article on Thinking Fast and Slow which goes into more detail one tool is the 80/20 principle understand that 80% of the value in books comes from 20% of the information.

       Particularly the title blurb content the first chapter the last chapter and the first and last paragraphs of each section, confirmation bias is another tool I'm acutely aware of now this is your tendency to seek information that confirms your existing beliefs and to ignore evidence that goes against it if you're not aware of this this makes you closed-minded.

       You sacrifice standing near insights and perspectives, because you hold on too tightly to pre-existing notions, this is why I'm equally likely to read The God Delusion and the Quran, the Quran the cool.

       The Kwan's the Quin on my quest for living an ultra spiritual life, rosy lists other tools she uses like Occam's razor normal distribution survivorship bias and more, check out our blog post for the full rundown.

      Technique 4: Understand Keith the radical perspectives.


       Understand feminism, colonialism, structuralism and Marxism, it's also helpful to understand ideology symbolism narrative and communication, these are like lenses and through which you read that completely transform what you absorb.

       It can mean the difference between writing a book one star and five stars, to make it simple take a walk pick out a random site and apply a theory to it.

      Technique 5: Stay with us stop overloading your brain with information.


       unless you're reading a book treat your ability to focus on reading as a sacred ritual for Rosie this means not watching TV never playing games and spending minimal time on social media news feeds.

      Technique 6: Prepare yourself with popular contextual know-how before reading.

       This is my favorite it speeds up your comprehension before you purchase a new phone you likely ask your friends what they think if they have the same one.

       Chances are you also look at reviews and have an impression of the brand that creates the phone.

       Now I suppose you know I was going to make a joke about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 sudden but nothing came to mind dude.

       The same should be applied to books I usually read book reviews on Goodreads.com and Google the author before diving into a book but one time I forgot to do this.

       I read the bulletproof diet by Dave Asprey and I thought it was the most amazing book ever, but because I didn't do any initial research, I didn't realize he'd been exposed by Joe Rogan yes our man Joe Rogan for stating false facts about mycotoxins in his trademarked coffee which I was chugging down every day.

       I now view the rest of the information in this book with a healthy dose of skepticism.


      Technique 7: Allow time after reading to process the information.

       You could listen to an audiobook while running on the treadmill at the gym, so it's known as to why you do that but it was just an example then reflect on what you read during the drive home.

      Technique 8: Enjoys it.

       This is extremely important people always ask me what are the best books I should read Brandon well I used to recommend the stables like how to win friends and influence people.

       But now I say read what interests you, don't force yourself to read something even hey you're 10 times more likely to get through a book and remember more if you actually enjoy it.



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