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Quotable

Read, watch, do, write, teach

GNP.
GNP.
GNP.

Reading has a devastating effect on my ignorance.

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Dear Son

Not reading to learn is first-world illiteracy

Summer snow on Glacier's Peaks
Summer snow on Glacier’s Peaks

 

Rising Sun view
Rising Sun Motor Inn and Cabins’ parking lot.

 

Rising Sun parking lot
Of course, it’s even better in person.

 

Rising Sun view
Never gets old…walking to dinner.

 

Rising Sun view
Walking back to room.

 

Rising Sun view
Little closer view.

 

Not reading to learn is first world illiteracy.

 

So reading.

Not wanting to read…essentially avoiding it.

You are in the same position as someone who can’t read.

Can you imagine the long-term disadvantage?

Insight: find sources that aren’t taxing to read.

 

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Being Brave

To read quotes, like them, and do nothing, is a vicious cycle

Harrah's Casino, Lake Tahoe
Harrah’s Casino, Lake Tahoe

 

To read quotes, like them, and do nothing, is a vicious cycle. An underlying fear we secretly ignore.

To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom. – Bertrand Russell

One hundred days ago, inspirational, motivational quotes and aspirations flooded cyberspace.

You know, New Year’s resolutions and all that.

We felt inspired by them. Really inspired.

Now, if we can find someone who’s been transformed because of them, we’ll experience a level of enlightenment rivaling winning the lottery.

Lottery odds are microscopic for jackpots.

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So What?

What If You Read A Book?

Why Read Books?
Why Read Books?

I mean, what if you read one book per month for a year?  Twelve books. Pretty impressive.

What if you did this for two years in a row?  Twenty-four books. Wow!

Now imagine doing this for a decade. Transformational: 120 books.

And there are people who’ve done this.

I have.

Then it dawned on me, “So what?”