During an IMF conference in Uruguay in 2007, a speaker shared a concept that many high school students hate to hear: “You cannot fully comprehend the content of a book until you read it three times.” However, the speaker emphasized the importance of studying the book until you can practice what you have learned; otherwise, your efforts would go to waste. It’s a harsh reality, but a valid point.
As a result, I developed a personal technique to filter what I need to study, which led me to discover Amazon Audible. Amazon Audible is an audiobook service owned by Amazon, offering a vast selection of audiobooks, including bestsellers, new releases, and classic titles across various genres, such as fiction, non-fiction, self-help, and more.
Users can purchase audiobooks individually or sign up for a monthly subscription that includes one credit per month, which can be redeemed for any audiobook regardless of its price. Additionally, Audible offers exclusive original content, podcasts, and other audio programs.