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Why I Buy Physical Books
Recorded on 14 December 2015
It was just about a year ago that I began buying a dozens and dozens of books in my research for The Focus Course. I bought physical copies because you can get used books cheaper than Kindle books. But, what I discovered, was that I much preferred using physical books to do research.
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