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Unearth Your Inner Bookworm
 
Greetings, Ninja!

When's the last time you read something without a subject line or a timestamp?

As a kid, reading was non-negotiable. We had summer reading lists and book reports to keep us in check. The message was "Reading makes you smarter," and no one questioned it.

As an adult, reading is often the first thing to go when schedules get tight and time is at a premium. The thing is, reading can STILL make us smarter. In fact, it's one of the cheapest and easiest ways to expand our knowledge and vocabulary.

And, if you're creative, you really do have time to read more (and actually retain what you've read) no matter how tight your schedule. The trick is to have the right tools, strategies, and reading material.

So read on!

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Get Smarter Faster By Reading on the Go
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The New Office Floor Plan Redefining Startups and Fortune 500s [WORKSPACE]
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13 Exercises to Prepare You for Work's Toughest Situations [CONFLICT-RESOLUTION]
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