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7 reasons why you should listen to the Book:
Many people will like to listen rather than read words, maybe you are one of them. If you don't like reading, try the experience with books to see if it helps you learn something.
2. Better remember
I have not found any convincing evidence that reading is better than listening (I know that reading is an inefficient way of processing information), but what I know is that if you combine both, you will get both. The textbook will be great to supplement previous knowledge and reinforce information.
If you have read a book before and then listened to the version of the Talking Book, you will recall and reinforce more information. I've noticed this with a lot of books I've read and reviewed in the past.
3. Learn faster
One of the main advantages of the Book is that you can speed up information entry. I like opening at 1.5 times or 2 times and it does not affect my understanding. If you want to quickly get more information, this is a great way to do it.
4. Save time
I strongly discourage doing many things at once, but sometimes it can be useful and effective. Audiobooks are great for doing that. You can listen while you clean your house, fold your clothes, shave (yes, I am so weird), or anything else that does not require concentration.
It is especially effective when you have to move. I have heard tons of audiobooks from Anthony Robbins on the way to work and I learned a lot when I was stuck in traffic. In addition, it really enhances my spirit and makes me more involved in my work.
Talking about this, like listening to good music can boost your spirits - so does the audiobook.
Reading inspirational quotes and passages is great, but it's not possible by listening to someone who motivates you to do great things while you're studying.
Some books sounded much better than text. I find that books that don't have many concepts or biographies will be better than reading.
Like "Good to Great" includes many ideas that would be really great if heard through someone's voice. You don't need to know the exact details of the study as long as you understand the key concepts.
The same goes for biography books - I often don't care if he or she eats breakfast every Sunday or where he/she goes to work, as long as I know the big events of his life and capture sequences that lead to his big breakthroughs.
On the other hand, I will avoid listening to books that contain lots of details and require you to record a lot, for example, books about neuroscience or how to write a book.
Audiobooks are really convenient. You can have them on your phone, iPod, computer and in the car. This makes the content accessible and listener to the book that is being heard.
Whenever I read a book, I need to find myself a quiet place and almost force myself to stay focused. With Books, I find it easier to open it and start listening - regardless of location, noise level, or time of day. It is very convenient.