@mitchgillogly@abadesi That's how i ususally do it but I am trying to really narrow down my list and have a targeted approach. With so much content out there you could read all day everyday and have to make sure you are looking at the right stuff.
Thanks for your feedback :)
@abadesi Libraries are so underappreciated in this era. I loved the feel of flipping through pages hence Kindle is not my kind of thing. With that said, the world could definitely use less books. Can't fathom the sheer number of new, unread books sitting in bookstores!
Usually in four ways, in this order:
1) Listening to podcasts (or watching video conversations on Youtube).
2) Following recommendations from experts on the topic.
3) Amazon best selling books list on specific topic, with high number of reviews.
4) Browsing Reddit, Quora and other places where you can accidentally find interesting tips.
@rob_hicks I do. I keep two lists.
1) On my computer, I have a "reading list" folder where I have shortcuts (*.lnk files) to all books (epub or pdf) I want to read next.
2) I also have a to-read list on goodreads.
Btw, if you are on Goodreads, let's connect:
Whenever someone recommends me a new book, or I hear about something that might interest me, I just add it to Goodreads and when I'm finished with whatever I'm currently reading, I'll check my "want to read" list to select the next one
Great question! I'm a book hoarder and love reading so I often bulk download to Kindle, or Audible, or add things to my basket on Amazon. Usually I'll find a list of top books for X, or get really into an author, or get recommendations for friends. I don't have a set list that lives anywhere though.