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If You Want to Lead, You Need to Read

A common habit that extraordinary achievers, leaders, and CEOs seem to share is the habit of reading regularly. They find time to read books despite being busy with their regular activities and tasks. Bill Gates admits, “I had a lot of dreams when I was a kid, and I think a great deal of that grew out of the fact that I had a chance to read a lot.” Reading makes leaders.

And reading makes people smart and wise. It makes them more aware and better equipped to achieve their goals and objectives. Here are innumerable advantages associated with reading. Stephen King touched the right chord when he said, “Books are a uniquely portable magic.” You can learn by yourself with little investment.

Precisely, books provide you with self-motivation and help you dream big.Research suggests that reading can work as a serious stress-buster. A 2009 study by Sussex University researchers showed that reading may reduce stress by as much as 68 percent. “It doesn’t matter what book you read, by losing yourself in a thoroughly engrossing book you can escape from the worries and stresses of the everyday world and spend a while exploring the domain of the author’s imagination.” “Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary.” – Jim RohnI have read quite a few books during my lifetime.

I was a book reviewer for the Human Resource Management International Digest of an Emerald journal and received many books to review. I get lots of books from eminent international thought leaders. I read and post reviews on Amazon.

I purchase many books and read. Additionally, I read a lot of online content. Reading is a daily activity for me.

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