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Thursday April 25, 2019


Daily Habit of Reading Books Should Be Your Priority

Bill Gates the richest man in the world reads 50 books a year.Someone once asked Buffet about keys to success, and he said "Read 500 pages every day. That's how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest. All of you can do it, but I guarantee not many of you will do it."

Reading is one of the most fundamental skills a child needs to learn to succeed in life. People who start reading regularly from an early age are more likely to enjoy reading later in life. This will serve them well throughout their education and beyond.

“To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge from almost all the miseries of life.” — W. Somerset Maugham

If you do not read, you do not learn. When you do not learn, you do not grow. Things that do not grow are dead. Have you ever felt that your life sucks because you are stuck? You feel stuck because you are not growing. Ever wondered why the self help industry is such a success.

The costs to build a rocket were prohibitively high, so Musk concluded he could do it himself after reading how to do it. He was driven by a specific goal, and a desire to acquire specific knowledge. He didn't stop until he learned what he wanted to learn.

There are numerous benefits of reading good books. They can make your mind think deeper, teach you more about your field, sharpen your skills, curb your anxieties and generally just help you grow to the next level. Whatever your field or interests might be, it’s very important to create a consistent pattern and habit to read beyond your horizons.

According to an article by the New York Times covering his eight years in the office, Obama was described as the President most influenced by reading and writing since Abraham Lincoln. He believes that reading provides him with empathy - the opportunity to slow down and put himself in someone else’s shoes in order to gain wider and differing perspectives on important matters.

He’s not the only successful person to recommend reading as a means of learning. Reading is perhaps the single most important key to success, just ask Warren Buffett, Mark Cuban, Neil Gaiman, Bill Gates, and many more. One way to accomplish this is to simply.


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