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Old 01-07-2018, 08:05 AM
 
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For those of us in business especially entrepreneurship we've all heard about books like "4 Hour Work Week", "Rich Dad Poor Dad", "7 Habits of Highly Effective People", e.t.c., all very powerful books.

Well these books of course are with anecdotal stories, and some generally common sense concepts extending their length. It is because of the new powerful concepts they introduce that make them very popular in business circles.

Ok, so I found a way to read just those key concepts for free shortening your read time for each book significantly. You can follow these steps:

- Sign up for a free trial of Kindle Unlimited (it gives you 30 days free)
- Go to Amazon, select "Kindle Store" section, then search with the words "summary + title of your intended book" (e.g. "summary 4 hour work week" ).
- On the left side filters select "Kindle Unlimited Eligible" to display the ones created for Kindle.
- It will show you all the summaries outlining those powerful concepts from each book. These take only about 30 minutes to read each.

So you can literally read about 20 of these books in 1 week, or 4 or 5 of these books in one day.

*** Disclaimer: If you digest books more by reading the anecdotal stories and working the action plans this method probably would not work out for you. It would be best to grab the full version of the book. This method works best for those who can learn through reading alone ***
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