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How to Put Your Reading on Steroids

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Tips of how to use the Kindle to take your reading to the next level.

Tips of how to use the Kindle to take your reading to the next level.

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  • 1. Always Be Learning How to Put Your Reading on Steroids By Cory MillerThursday, October 27, 11
  • 2. The sad fact is most people stop reading after their formal educationThursday, October 27, 11
  • 3. So start eating more dead treesThursday, October 27, 11
  • 4. Here’s how to start reading more effectively (and digitally)...Thursday, October 27, 11
  • 5. Say hello to the Kindle And ways you can supercharge your learning with itThursday, October 27, 11
  • 6. 1. It’s WAY more than a deviceThursday, October 27, 11
  • 7. 2. Take your library everywhere Syncs with iPhone, iPad, DesktopThursday, October 27, 11
  • 8. 3. Sharing accountsThursday, October 27, 11
  • 9. 4. Using Highlights and NotesThursday, October 27, 11
  • 10. 5. See what others are highlighting http://kindle.amazon.comThursday, October 27, 11
  • 11. Now ... how to read a bookThursday, October 27, 11
  • 12. 1. Be intentional; read with purposeThursday, October 27, 11
  • 13. 2. Read to answer a questionThursday, October 27, 11
  • 14. 3. Read for ideasThursday, October 27, 11
  • 15. 4. Read for applicationThursday, October 27, 11
  • 16. 5. Read for exploration & to expand your perspectiveThursday, October 27, 11
  • 17. 6. Skim the table of contents for thought process & flowThursday, October 27, 11
  • 18. 7. Pick out the marshmallowsThursday, October 27, 11
  • 19. 8. Don’t lose the contextThursday, October 27, 11
  • 20. 9. Highlight and reviewThursday, October 27, 11
  • 21. 10. Now, share it with someoneThursday, October 27, 11
  • 22. Finally ... your excuses suck. Start reading today.Thursday, October 27, 11

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