How You Can Save Time Reading

If you’re anything like me, you probably have a stack of books that you want to read, but just can’t find the time.

I for one don’t have enough time to read all the books on my constantly growing “To Read” project. Right now the infinity sign shows up where a number should be…

Recently I came across a tool called Read It For Me, and it’s helping me get the gist of the books that have been piling up and saving me a ton of time.

It is like reading SparkNotes or Cliff Notes like you used to help write your papers in school when you didn’t want to read the actual books.

So far it includes many of the top business and productivity books out there like:

  • Atomic Habits
  • Dare to Lead
  • The Power of Habit
  • The Checklist Manifesto
  • The Culture Code
  • The Obstacle is the Way
  • and lots of other books that start with “the”

Read It For Me, has hundreds of more books, and the list keeps growing weekly.

Each summary gets straight to the book’s main points, so you can start taking action.

If you have the physical books in your library, you can always dig deeper when there’s something you want learn more in-depth.

The summaries are available in either text, audio, or even in video to get the main ideas of a book in right around 12 minutes.

Last I checked, they’re running a special for a lifetime subscription that is a steal of a deal.

Anytime a service I use regularly offers a lifetime subscription I pick it up. I’m all about saving money where I can and thought you’d want to do the same.

Click here to grab your lifetime access to Read It For Me.

 

Robby Miles is a productivity and technology consultant. He designs and manages operational systems, automated product funnels, content development, and customer service to help busy entrepreneurs free up time to work ON their business not IN their business.

Robby’s systems and strategies have helped professionals like Matt McWilliams, Grant Baldwin, Ray Edwards, Notable Themes, and Michael Hyatt’s Platform University.