How to Read a Book a Week

Bregman, Peter
February 2016
Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;2/8/2016, p2
The article offers tips on reading nonfiction books, including reading about the author, reading the title, subtitle and the table of contents, and reading each chapter.


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