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HOW TO  READ   A  BOOK A presentation by Spike Gu  June 14 2011
Why do you read? Question #1
#1 For  entertainment
#2 For  information
#3  For  growth
Shall we finish a  book from beginning to the end? Question #2
“ NEVER  read a non-fiction  book  from beginning  to end !” -- Paul N. Edwards
But how?
 
 
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FOLLOW RULE 10 70 30
Skimming for 10% Discovery
Understanding 70% Details
30% Recall and take Notes
What if I do not have enough time? Question #3
Read anytime Any where
Read for only  ONE  hour
One more thing…
You have to practice  A LOT !!!
The reward is  Phenomenal !
Thank you Tag on Spike Gu  weibo  and  slideshare
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How to read a book

  1. 1. HOW TO READ A BOOK A presentation by Spike Gu June 14 2011
  2. 2. Why do you read? Question #1
  3. 3. #1 For entertainment
  4. 4. #2 For information
  5. 5. #3 For growth
  6. 6. Shall we finish a book from beginning to the end? Question #2
  7. 7. “ NEVER read a non-fiction book from beginning to end !” -- Paul N. Edwards
  8. 8. But how?
  9. 11. oint
  10. 13. FOLLOW RULE 10 70 30
  11. 14. Skimming for 10% Discovery
  12. 15. Understanding 70% Details
  13. 16. 30% Recall and take Notes
  14. 17. What if I do not have enough time? Question #3
  15. 18. Read anytime Any where
  16. 19. Read for only ONE hour
  17. 20. One more thing…
  18. 21. You have to practice A LOT !!!
  19. 22. The reward is Phenomenal !
  20. 23. Thank you Tag on Spike Gu weibo and slideshare

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