Not everyone has the time to read a whole book, go back and add notes, and draft them up onto their computer.
Luckily for you, you don't have to. Every-time I read a book I make notes on the parts that deliver some kind of unique lesson to the reader.
So here is what I am proposing:
What advantages do you get? Well...
If you're interested you can checkout an example post below:
Or have a look at the next couple of books I am looking to read
Now that you're all clued up. Why not take the leap and start learning faster today:
Blinklist offers short 15 minute book summaries.
It's a great business model but sometimes notes need to be longer or more in-depth to get the lessons learned from the book.
What about Summa-Rise? Well it's 1 guy and his passion for learning and making damn good notes that deliver key takeaways.
You can see an example of one of my notes here
You can see a roadmap of upcoming books here
Paying members can email me their book recommendations and chat about the notes I have made. It's a little way that I like to keep things personal.p>
Although it makes me very sad that you would want to leave. I understand. We use Stripe to handle payments and If you did want to leave all you would have to do is reply to the emails I send out :)