How to read like a boss!
“The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.”
― Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey
Reading is one of the most useful habits you can adopt. It has a number of benefits, such as improving your writing skills, boosting your vocabulary, helping with engaging in interesting conversations, giving your brain a good workout and many more.
People who don’t read say things like, “I don’t have time”, “I don’t have money to waste”, and the famous, “I am not a book person.” Barring factors such as poverty and illiteracy (there’s a post coming up on that), all these “reasons” depend on the stories you’ve been taught and the stories you’ve been telling yourself about reading. There’s also the huge factor that plays a role – changing habits. Changing from the habit of not-reading to reading is not a challenge many are up for.
If you want to become a reader or read more, we have an easy guide for you and it’s FREE!
In this guide, we help you get into the habit of reading, how to spare 30 minutes each day and show you how much you can get reading in those 30 minutes. We also help you come up with places to read, how to save for books, how to look for cheaper alternatives and digital platforms where you can find free, cheaper and easy to download books.
Are you ready? Here’s your How To Read Like A Boss guide below.