Do not read too many books, interact with people who have read them.

Shushanik Shahbazyan
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Do you agree? Share your opinion :))

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Rachel Levitz
Analyst at Amy
Don't agree! (I agree you should also talk to other people who read books) You will only be able to get true value from other knowledgeable people if you yourself have the right mindset to comprehend and contribute to the interaction.
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Shushanik Shahbazyan
Co-Founder at Uteach
@rachel_levitz yeah, to read books is always good idea :)
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Rachel Levitz
Analyst at Amy
@shushanik_shahbazyan Absolutely - although I think there is a shift in how people consume their literary content, with a growing focus on audio books rather than actual reading
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Aurelian Spodarec
Building my first Saas this year :)
When you read books you're programming your brain a certain way - and yes, there's value talking with people that have read such books, those would be like minded people. I also understand that you might want to get the key concept of the book summarised so you get the best out of your buck, but reading the book ultimately is the best way to go IMO. Get the main concept of a few books, but then read the book to actually re-program your brain. Many times.
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Shushanik Shahbazyan
Co-Founder at Uteach
@aurelianspodarec Yeah, agree. Also, I love reading books because they train my speaking skills.
Bogomil Shopov - Bogo
Products. Security. Privacy. Ethics.
You can do both. I love to share what I have learned from a book and to listen to what other can say.
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Teekay Rezeau-Merah
Digital Marketer & Social Media manager
I like that, hence the importance of YouTube and podcasts.
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Shushanik Shahbazyan
Co-Founder at Uteach
@teekay I like YouTube, but not podcasts...
Ng Fang Kiang
Digital Nomad & Remote Work @ jorcus.com
No, I do both. The value of reading is irreplaceable. Even listening to a book and reading mp3 cannot replace the meaning of reading this book, because I tend to get more ideas and knowledge through reading.
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Shushanik Shahbazyan
Co-Founder at Uteach
@jorcus Agree. I have never listened to books. It's not interesting ...
Alissa Anne Pagano
busy writer bee, building nonfik 🐝
Also in the "both" camp! Actually launching a social e-reader app in the next week that tries to address this. Reading to learn works best as a collaborative experience, but if you aren't well-grounded in the material, you won't be able to fully engage or discuss. Listen and still learn, generally yes. But effectively participate, def not. Plus, if we all did this, there'd be no people left who've read the books πŸ˜‰
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Shushanik Shahbazyan
Co-Founder at Uteach
@alissaannepagano yeah, agree :)
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Each person perceives new knowledge differently. I disagree with the quote. You can observe, but how to act - you must independently come to such knowledge
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Shushanik Shahbazyan
Co-Founder at Uteach
@antonovna Absolutely agree
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Yulia Feldman
Software Developer
Why not do both?
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Shushanik Shahbazyan
Co-Founder at Uteach
@yulia_feldman1 Yeah, agree. I don't mind )
john david
I am Forum and Blog Post Reader
yes, right i love you saying but i think reading is also important to get more knowledge about anything. i love to read blogs Like I recently read Gomal Themes : https://gomalthemes.com/ . This Blog is Quite Interesting and I Get a lot from it. This Is Basically a SEO & Web Development Agency but their blog posts are super exited to read. i love them and other blogs like backlinko and many other on blogspot are quite impressive to read.
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Jennifer
Love tech, cx and travels
To each their own way of retaining information but I personally prefer to read. it seems everyone agrees in the value of reading and exchanging :) If anyone knows of a nice platform or community that shares and exchanges on nonfiction books please share!
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Vivek kumar
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To each their own way of retaining information but I personally prefer to read. it seems everyone agrees in the value of reading and exchanging :) If anyone knows of a nice platform or community that shares and exchanges on nonfiction books please share! https://shayarana.me/heart-touch...
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Vivek kumar
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Vivek kumar
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When you read books you're programming your brain a certain way - and yes, there's value talking with people that have read such books, those would be like minded people. I also understand that you might want to get the key concept of the book summarised so you get the best out of your buck, but reading the book ultimately is the best way to go IMO. Get the main concept of a few books, but then read the book to actually re-program your brain. Many times. https://polytechnicnews.in/ignou...
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Shushanik Shahbazyan
Co-Founder at Uteach
@annytutorial Totally agree.
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