[Ep 105] Steve Cunningham Answers: How Can I Learn to Speed Read?

[Ep 105] Steve Cunningham Answers: How Can I Learn to Speed Read?

I’m coming clean…

I’m a HORRIBLE reader.

I mean, thank God there are audiobooks, because without them I’d be straight up screwed.

Even in school I hardly read the books we were assigned.

In fact, I almost failed my first year English course in University because I hated reading so much.

And yet, sometimes I wish I was the kinda person who could cuddle up and devour a book.

But it’s just not me.

So when I found the site ReadItFor.Me I was freakin’ STOKED!

Essentially, it’s a subscription service (you know how much I love me some recurring revenue models) that breaks down the main points of a book and presents them in 12 minute videos.

Yeah.

I’m hooked!

So when the founder of the company Steve Cunningham reached out to me and mentioned he’s challenging himself to read a book a DAY, I knew I had to pick his brain.

I mean, how does one read a book a day?

Well, you’re just gonna have to click the play button at the top of the page, download this in iTunes or listen on Stitcher.

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Words Of Wisdom In This Week’s Episode:

  • Why the heck does Steve want to read a book a day?
  • What’s the difference between business books and novels when it comes to speed reading?
  • Why should you start at the table of contents when speeding through a book?
  • What’s so important about the first and last paragraph of each chapter? Steve breaks it down
  • Steve’s biggest tip for speed-reading and why you’ll need your finger for it

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