In a digital world, it’s the norm to source knowledge from podcasts, YouTube videos, a quick blog post or the occasional TedTalk. In fact, it’s convenient — so convenient that many of us don’t take the time to pick up a book anymore. As a result, there’s a lot of great business knowledge that stays stuck in between the pages.
Did you know that some of the most successful entrepreneurs of our time are avid readers? Take Warren Buffet for example. He said that reading 500 pages a day was the key to his success — “That’s how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest.”
Most of us don’t have the bandwidth to read that much a day, but there’s a lesson to be learned in this:
Reading expands your knowledge base, gives you exposure to new ideas and changes your modes of thinking.
Of course, with millions of entrepreneurship and business books out there,…