Farnam Street – How To Read A Book + Bonus

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This is the first book we've chosen that can be either read via ebook, paperback, or (for those who like to multi-task) audio book. Yes, by popular demand, we've finally chosen a book that you can listen to instead of read.

Into Temptation is a 2009 independent drama film written and directed by Patrick Coyle, and starring Jeremy Sisto, Kristin Chenoweth, Brian Baumgartner, Bruce A. Young and Amy Matthews. It tells the story of a prostitute (Chenoweth) who confesses to a Catholic priest (Sisto) that she plans to kill herself on her birthday. The priest attempts to find and save her, and in doing so plunges.

I’ve never read this book in a cover-to-cover sense, but I’ve read each of the laws. More than that, I’ve broken each of the laws. I’ll give you an example.

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But first I was heading to Benson for lunch and and some thrifting. I was sort of in a time crunch and was dreading having to drive downtown later on, you know where all the record stores are. Well, I happened to end up at Joe's Cafe for lunch and, almost miraculously, there was Almost Music across the street.

Farnam Street Echoing the comments of William Deresiewicz , Charlie Munger offers some sage advice on multitasking: I will say this, I know no wise person who doesn't read a lot.