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Morgan Housel shared his reading strategy, which can be summed up as "start many, finish few":
Start Many, Finish Few: He begins by reading many books simultaneously but only the introductory part. Then, he decides whether or not to continue reading to the end.
Value in Introductions: He believes that for a large portion of books, only the introduction is worth reading, and there is no need to continue further.
Not All Books Are Suitable: The remaining books are either not suitable for you or not suitable for anyone. It's important to recognize this early.
Don't Regret Abandoning a Book: So, abandoning a book without finishing it is not something to be regretted. The real waste is spending time on a book that doesn't provide value.
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Morgan Housel 分享了自己的阅读诀窍 - 宽进严读：