When Reading a Book is Nearly Useless

Reading is valuable.

Leaders are readers.

CEO’s on average read more books than the rest of the population and research shows that most of them read long before they were CEOs.

And, 33% of adults never read another book after high school.

So it seems like reading is a good idea.

However, if you’re just reading a book, it could be nearly useless to you over the long run.

In other words, you’re probably not getting out if that book what you think you are or what you want.

Why?

I explain it in this Facebook post (A quick point of clarification, I’m taking mostly about non-fiction in this post):

Click here to see my Facebook video post on the best way to read a book.

In your corner,

Sean

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Leonardo "List Legend" LaVito - Thursday

Thanks for sharing! 🙂

I’m an avid daily reader, so I really relate to this.

Read 1 Time: Information
Read 2+ Times: Transformation

I would also add maybe…

Read 1 Time: Information
Read 2+ Times: Internalization
Practice It: Transformation

Cheers.

Sincerely,
Leonardo LaVito
(The Last List Building Bender)

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