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Project Ekalavya
Monthly book summaries that you can't forget
So this is how the project took shape:
Naval recommends Ed Latimore on twitter. I pitch to Ed via an anon account & we launch. All during the Covid19.
We launch 'Project Ekalavya' to deliver 3 infographic book summaries monthly to your inbox.
The biggest outcome from this project for me is - Hope.
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David Adamu
David Adamu
Hardbound insists on making you smarter in 5 min reads. The tap-to-progress format they use in displaying stories is highly immersive and engaging 💯
Nathan Baschez
Nathan Baschez
I'd love to humbly suggest Hardbound! You browse our selection and choose a book (we have many that apply to project management) and we give you the main idea in a 5-minute, fun, illustrated summary.
David Adamu
David Adamu
With Hardbound, trust me you'd learn something fascinating/insightful that'll last you for years of added knowledge in just 5 minutes (per read). Highly recommended!
17 Alternatives to Hardbound 3.0 sends weekly summaries of great books recommended by Founders and Makers. These are 15 minute book summaries sent to you, weekly via email.

Here is the first summary as an example:

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Are you tired of 15-min-or-less book summaries that cut out all the beautiful details?
Meet Summerian!
Summerian helps you attain knowledge more effectively through high-quality summaries of best-selling non-fiction. Use code PHSUM30 to get 30% off!

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Books At Work sends 20 minute non-fiction book summaries to all the employees in your company via email each week. Your employees who don't get time to read books can make use of these summaries to develop themselves. Hopefully, a company that uses will become smarter each day.

Zaheer Baloch
Zaheer Baloch
Website I made so that company founders and executive can help their employees grow by reading books.
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Not everyone has the time to read a whole book, add notes, and draft them up onto their computer.
With Summa-Rise you get access to all my notes from popular books such as Deep work or Getting Real.
Heres one of my notes:

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