I’m the creator of ReadWith, and I’ve had some great personal growth experiences reading books, especially with others.
The reading notes I’m making available on ReadWith will help you if you’re on a freelancing journey, where you chose a risky lifestyle to prioritize creative expression and betting on excellence in your craft.
If you’re like me, you find it important to discover new insights and to pursue becoming the best version of yourself, and your relationships are central to where you’re heading next.
My Reading Notes, Accessible Through ReadWith.
ReadWith allows you to read along with me, and see my notes as you read. It's like being in a reading group, even though we're not reading at the same time. To get a sense of how it works, see a sample note from one of the books listed below.
The books I have listed below fit the following pursuit. There are a couple more books I'll be adding soon, for other personal development topics. See below to be notified of new books I'll be adding under other pursuits.
Maybe not these books? Sign up to be notified below of new books I'll be making accessible, under new pursuits.
When getting access to my reading notes, you'll be prompted to start entering your own thoughts about the passages you're reading in the book, along with the page number (or time remaining if you're listening to an Audio book). As you add notes, my own notes pertaining to the topics of the book up to the point of your latest note will be shown to you. It'll feel a bit like you're in a reading group, even though we haven't read the book at the same time.
Here's a sample note from Thinking in Systems, so you can get a feel for what it's like.
Yep, besides the books above, I've been recording my reading notes for other books. I only put reading notes for sale for the books I'd recommend, which means I only publish my reading notes for a few books a year. I'll be announcing new books soon.
I'll also be sharing about new features I'm building for ReadWith, and so here's where you can sign up to stay in the loop: