In a recent article by James Clear, I read that Warren Buffett estimates that 80 percent of his working hours are spent reading or thinking. Not answering emails, not doing busy work - but reading and thinking.
His advice for a successful career: “Read 500 pages 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.”
How much do you read? Are you building your knowledge daily?
Ever since I’ve discovered audible I’ve at least doubled the amount of books I read per year.
I love listening to books because I can do it while I walk the dog, clean the house, and prepare meals. I’ve also slowly trained myself to listen at 1.5 or 2X speed to be able to take more in - there’s so many amazing books out there!!!
I also read in bed before I go to sleep as it makes me nice and tired (and because my phone isn’t allowed in the bedroom so listening to audiobooks is not an option!). So combining reading paper books from the library or amazon, with my monthly subscription of 2 books per month on audible - I read 3-4 books per month.
I’ve had many requests for a book list so I’ve included the 31 books I’ve read so far this year below.
Want more? Here's last years list.