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Published on December 4, 2017

You Don’t Need Any Other Reading Apps If You Install This One

You Don’t Need Any Other Reading Apps If You Install This One

With the advancement in tech, it is inevitable to avoid reading using the E-books – it is the direction that the future is taking. However, some of the applications and websites offering the reading materials do not provide diverse materials per the needs of the readers, lack update information or even have unnecessary high cost for acquiring the materials. Some require the use of specialized hardware to read their books.

Read Everything At One Place With Scribd

    Scribd is an app that has been engineered to provide varieties of newspaper, books, magazines, audiobooks, and documents.

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    It recognizes different motives that drive readers and thus provides materials that quench curiosity, informs, and, help in arousing passions and other desires of the readers. This is in appreciations of the different needs of its more than 80 million users from over 190 different countries.

    Scribd has ensured that users can have access to any device at any place with network coverage. They offer a package with three books, one audiobook and unlimited access to magazines and documents for $8.99 per month. The writers are provided space for describing their publications for easier review by their customers.

    Let You Explore Over 1000+ Latest Materials

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      The app provides new things on a daily basis. This is facilitated by a strong and well-skilled team made up of engineers, fiction writers, amateur bartenders, painters, musicians, veteran, and unicyclists. This team is talented and provides the best customer service, products, marketing, leadership, content, and design.

        Scribd provides readers with news and magazines, books, audiobooks and other documents. This is in a bid to ensure that the readers access all they need from one point. The magazines, for instance, are availed based on trending information. Some of the news and magazines available include; The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Guardian and The Atlantic.

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        Affordable Package and Very User Friendly 

        The app is of great help in access to information, with different information being accessible on one platform. The availability of the most current information makes the Scribd more efficient.

        Most interestingly, the access to the information is offered on an integrated, affordable package. This gives the right to access different material on the app without having to pay multiple times.

        The team working on the app is enhanced every. However, the limitation of up to 3 books and one audiobook may not be sufficient for fast readers. Thus the app deserves a 4-star rating.

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        The confidence of new users is enhanced through the provision of 30 days free trial to experience the greatness. Click here https://www.scribd.com/

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        How Top Performers Never Let a Second Go to Waste

        How Top Performers Never Let a Second Go to Waste

        Every person on the planet is allotted the same 1440 minutes each day; it’s how we choose to use them that makes all the difference. Unfortunately, efficient time management can sometimes be a challenge. To help you make the most of the time you’ve been given, check out these 14 simple yet effective time management tips.

        1. Tackle the Most Important Tasks First

        This is calling Eating That Frog! Start every day by tackling your largest, scariest task first. When you do that, everything else will be simple.

        I outline a system for prioritizing tasks called the ABCDE Method. In this method, A tasks always come before B tasks and B tasks before C tasks. D tasks are delegated and E tasks are eliminated entirely. By sticking to this method, you can ensure that you are always tackling the most important things first and using your time as wisely as possible.

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        2. Make a To-Do List

        To-do lists have a way of helping people organize their tasks. They also create a physical embodiment of the tasks’ existence, reminding you that they need to be done and providing you incentive to start checking items off. Be sure to use multiple lists to stay organized. I wrote an article about the 4 types of to-do lists to demonstrate the range of lists that can be useful for achieving all your goals.

        3. Divide and Conquer

        If you have a major task to get done, try to divide it up into a bunch of smaller tasks. This collection of smaller tasks will seem much less intimidating than the task seems when viewed as the whole.

        4. Get the Momentum Going

        Once you’ve divided your large task up into a bunch of smaller tasks, choose the smallest one in the bunch and knock it out. Getting started is often the hardest part of accomplishing something. Once you’ve got the ball rolling by finishing just one, small task, though, pushing forward will be much easier.

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        5. Start with the Unpleasant

        If you’re staring down the barrel of an especially unpleasant task, it’s best to get it over with and get it done. Often times, worrying about your most difficult task will take up more energy than doing it. Avoid this waste of mental energy by getting your most unpleasant task out of the way first.

        6. Focus on the Negative

        Fear is an excellent motivator, and, if your tasks are important, not completing them is sure to come with some negative consequences. While you don’t want to focus on these consequences so much that you allow them to work you into a worried frenzy, a little bit concern can be great for crushing procrastination.

        7. Come Prepared

        When you set about a task, make sure you come fully prepared with everything you need to complete it. Not only will coming prepared keep you from having to trace back and forth getting items, being prepared is a great motivator in and of itself.

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        8. Take Time to Relax

        A little bit of relaxation is crucial for maintaining a positive, motivated mindset. If you work constantly without taking the time to rest and gather your thoughts, you’ll quickly burn out and be unable to efficiently accomplish your tasks no matter how hard you try. My personal recommendation for relaxation time is meditation, but do whatever you find the most refreshing and peaceful.

        9. Adopt a Sense of Urgency

        It’s not enough to work hard – you need to work fast. Working fast is the best way to make the most of your time and accomplish as much as you can in the time you have available. Find a speed at which the quality of your work is still high and develop the sense of urgency necessary for you to maintain that speed.

        10. Reward Yourself

        Each time you complete a task (or a significant portion of a task) reward yourself. It doesn’t have to be anything major; step outside and stretch, get a cookie from the cabinet, check your phone, or substitute any other short yet pleasant activity that you might enjoy. So long as your rewards don’t start taking up too much of your time, they can be a powerful way to motivate you to start checking items off your to-do list.

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        11. Work Smarter, Not Harder

        Before you dive into a task head first, take a step back and analyze the best way to go about it. Often times, a few minutes of advanced preparation will end up saving you hours of inefficient work.

        12. Delegate

        The best leaders know how to properly delegate tasks. If there is work that you can afford to outsource or delegate to someone else, do it. This way, you can ensure your efforts are always focused on the tasks that are most important for you yourself to handle.

        13. Eliminate the Nonessential

        Some tasks don’t really belong on your to-do list. If it’s not really important that they are done and you’re pressed for time, strike them out and don’t worry about them. They’ll only distract you from your other, more essential tasks.

        14. Lock the Door

        Distractions are the fuel of procrastination. Sometimes, the only way to completely defeat procrastination is to lock yourself in a room and avoid all distractions. Put your phone in another room, pull the shades, and get to work until the task is finished.

        Top Performers Make Every Second Count

        Time is everyone’s most valuable resource and how you spend it determines how much you can accomplish in life. In order to spend your time most effectively, you must learn the right time management skills for your personality and responsibilities. The proper amounts of focus, prioritization, preparation, delegation, relaxation, and strategy are essential to maintaining a balanced approach to a productive lifestyle. When it comes down to it, time management tips such as these are among the most valuable life hacks I have ever put to use.

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