If you’re like Rough Draft host Demian Farnworth, you like to read. And you like to read a lot.
In fact, some people might call you obsessed. Demian gets that all the time. No surprise, since he tries to read 100 books every year …
But it can be frustrating. Daily demands. Lack of time. Big books. You get so close to reading 100 … but alas, at the end of the year Demian falls, slump headed, 16, 20, or 40 books away from his goal.
If that’s you too, you’re not alone.
Like most determined and driven writers, professionals or students, you have a list of books the length of your arm. A list you want to finish by the end of the year.
Ambitious, but naive.
However, there is a way to read more books in less time — and even catch up with the classics you’ve missed.
In this 6-minute episode of Rough Draft with Demian Farnworth, you’ll discover:
- Three types of reading goals (only one allows chapter pacing)
- What you need to learn from a book by reading the table of contents
- The one step you can’t miss
- The one reason we fail to reach our reading goals every year
- The worst books to chapter pace
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