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Which one skill do most of us possess but not use enough?

Which one skill do most of us possess but not use enough?

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Just Read

We all have this one skill we need to use more: we need to read more.

Reading builds up knowledge if done regularly, like compound interest.


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Warren Buffett

"Read 500 pages like this 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."



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Read More

Read More

Some ways to get going:

  • Organize your reading lists.
  • Read faster.
  • Read daily.


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Organize your Reading List

Organize your Reading List

  • Take out daily or weekly time to read an organized list of topics and books, making it a monthly goal.
  • Take a mixed genre approach to your reading list, to keep your brain stimulated with a variety of topics.


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Read Faster

Read Faster

Using a pen as a tracker, try to read with more focus, maintaining a steady pace, so that you don't get stuck upon certain words or drift away.

You can keep the pen cap on.


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Read Daily

Read Daily

Setting aside some time to read daily, without fail, can make you read 50 to 100 books in a year.


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