使用掌握读者技巧快速地获得洞察力和理解力(How To Read A Book)

有一条经过验证的方法可以让你变得更聪明:阅读更多。

There is a proven path to getting smarter: Read, a lot.
How to Read a Book is a comprehensive online training course that teaches you how to make the absolute most of your reading.
The only prerequisite is an earnest desire to learn & improve.
In this course we focus on reading to gain an edge: the wisdom and insight needed to advance in the face of today’s challenges.

///

Master the techniques that voracious readers use to quickly gain insight and understanding.

You know how to read a book. You probably learned how in elementary school.

But do you read optimally? Do you get the most out of every hour you invest in a book?

If you’re like most people, the answer is not even close.

And, there is a huge opportunity to become more skillful at reading, retention, and understanding.

Have you ever wondered how some people seem to get the most out of reading?

It’s not time. We all have the same 168 hours in a week.

It’s not how much they read. Some people read a lot and don’t learn anything.

What makes one person a more effective reader than another? How do they get smarter every day?

We are inundated with information. On a daily basis, I read books, blogs, websites, newspapers, reports, and emails.

And no matter how much time dedicated to reading I couldn’t get through everything. Even worse, I couldn’t remember what I was reading.

The more I tried the more frustrated I got.

The most consistently successful people I knew seemed to know something I didn’t.

These “master readers” would pick up a book or article and easily identify the most important ideas. And they never seemed to forget anything.

No wonder they keep getting smarter day in and day out, compounding their knowledge.

In today’s world, these people hold the advantage.

I wanted to know how they did it.

So I got obsessed with figuring out their secrets.

I knew that learning to read for wisdom and insight would give me an edge.

I began to study the reading habits of best-selling authors, CEOs, Championship Coaches, and other top performers.

To my surprise, I realized that most of them followed a variation of the same reading system — and they weren’t even aware of it.

What I learned surprised me.

I had a lot of assumptions about reading more effectively … and most of them were totally wrong.

I’ll start with three big myths.

Myth #1 You need more time.
I used to think that I wasn’t effective at reading because I wasn’t spending enough time reading.

So I dedicated a year of my life to reading as many books as I possibly could. I read over 150 books in 2014. I spent thousands of hours reading.

And you know what?

It didn’t move the needle.

Spending more time reading has very little to do with actually gaining insight.

It’s how you use the hours that matters.
Myth #2 Success is about finishing.
Isn’t it weird that we pick up a book and feel the need to read it cover-to-cover?

Because we’re taught to read this way when we’re young, this is how we continue to read as adults.

Have you ever stopped reading a book that you didn’t like? Have you ever felt bad about picking up a new one because you hadn’t finished the old one?

But stop for a second. Think about why you are reading the book?

You picked up the book for a specific reason.

The more I looked into this the more I realized that the smartest people I knew stopped reading books when they no longer served a purpose.

Myth #3 Speed reading works.
Reading better is not the same as reading faster. A good book, like a good meal or a good conversation, is something that you want to savor.

While I used to fall victim to these gimmicks and quick fixes, I now know that anyone looking at these systems has already lost.

Whenever you tell yourself “I need to read faster,” you’re missing the point.

The point of reading is not to read faster. It’s to read better.

The more I explored the smartest people I knew, the more I realized they all read with a variation of the same core system.

Introducing The Art of Reading, your guide to reading for insight and understanding.

It took me years to develop a system you can use to make your reading more effective, pick out the most important ideas, and link ideas across books.

This is the very same system we use at Farnam Street to read, digest, and extract knowledge from hundreds of books and thousands of articles year.

This system has been tested on over 1,000 students across dozens of industries with entrepreneurs, CEOs, managers, students, analysts, scientists, and engineers. We’ve seen it work.

“A no BS approach that delivers outcomes, not entertainment. My reading habits are forever changed.”

— HELENA H.

Here’s a sample of what you’ll learn:

How to build an effective reading habit so you can go to bed smarter every day.

How to focus on what matters — all books and ideas are not created equally. We’ll share the tools that help us determine where to focus and why.

How to optimize your reading and make the most out of your time — when you get clear on why you’re reading something and what you want to get out of it, everything changes.

How to effectively skim a book — why waste time reading books that don’t deserve to be read in their entirety. We’ll show you have to save 80% of your time and walk away with understanding.

Why it’s a good idea to disagree with the author — and how this helps you increase retention.

The three-step process to integrate knowledge from reading into your life so that you can retain almost everything.

 

教程目录:
How To Read A Book
│ 最新课程章节下载地址.url
├─1 – Introduction
│ # Introduction.gif
│ 01 – Farnam Street Ethos.mp4
│ 02 – Presentation Download.pdf
│ 03 – Ethos Summary.pdf
│ Bonuses.txt
├─2 – Module 1 – Finding And Reading The Best Books
│ # Module 1.gif
│ 01 – Identifying Winners.mp4
│ 02 – Books vs Alternatives.mp3
│ 03 – Books Recoomendations.pdf
│ 04 – One Page Framework.pdf
│ 05 – Presentation Download.pdf
├─3 – Module 2 – Before We Begin
│ # Module 2.gif
│ 01 – Before We Begin.mp4
│ 02 – Reading Habits.mp3
│ 03 – One Page Framework.pdf
│ 04 – Presentation Download.pdf
├─4 – Module 3 – Critical Thinking
│ # Module 3.gif
│ 01 – Critical Thinking.mp4
│ 02 – Note Taking Systems.mp3
│ 03 – One Page Framework.pdf
│ 04 – Presentation Download.pdf
├─5 – Module 4 – Exponential Leaps
│ # Module 4.gif
│ 01 – Exponential Leaps.mp4
│ 02 – Presentation Download.pdf
└─6 – BONUS Live Webinar
# Bonus.gif
Bonus Live Webinar.mp4
下载文件说明.mht

 

提取密码:

如果觉得不错,请分享给你的小伙伴们一起学习吧!
在您的帮助下,跨境电商之家每天都在进步,感谢您的支持。

网盘提取密码:bks5

下载地址:

/ /