Read bestselling books in 15 minutes with Blinkist

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Every year, we tell ourselves that we need to read more. Perhaps we’ll crack open that book we were gifted months ago. Maybe pick up an Amazon bestseller will finally get us into the habit. And yet, the reading list keeps growing.

Between your professional and personal life, there’s little time for intellectually engaging pursuits. That’s where Blinkist comes in handy. This app contains condensed ideas from thousands of bestselling nonfiction books, so you can stay up to date with your daily reading while you go about your busy schedule. Right now, you can — that’s a $285 discount.

Blinkist identifies the main ideas from popular podcasts and nonfiction books and condenses them into digestible, 15-minute text and audio files. You can read or listen to over 4,500 summarized bestsellers ranging in topics from personal development to psychology. This subscription gives you unlimited access to everything in the Blinkist library, including 70 new titles that are added every month.

Blinkist doesn’t just condense the information from popular podcasts. The 15-minute shortcasts are produced with the original creators, so you won’t miss out on any information the creators intended for you to learn. This personal touch continues in the form of recommendations and curated collections that are provided by subject-matter experts. You can even highlight your own favorite passages to refer back to in the future, and you can add titles you enjoy or plan to read later into your own personal library.

Blinkist has a community of 18 million users, and you can join now to enjoy condensed, meaningful podcasts and nonfiction books that you can process in 15 minutes. Blinkist Premium is $16 per month, or $384 for two years, but you can, or 73 percent off, with this limited time deal.

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