The Hidden Benefits of Reading a Book More Than Once

Srinivas Rao
Aug 10, 2016 · 5 min read
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1. You’re More likely to Remember The Information

2 .You’ll Catch Things You Missed the First Time Around

3.You’re More Likely to take Action on The Information

“If you read it and hear it, you’re much more likely to take action on it.” — Zig Ziglar

4. The Impact of the Information Lasts

Putting It into Action

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