Why I read a book a day (and why you should too): the law of 33%

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  1. There’s some great stuff in here, and I’ll definitely be passing it on! I’ve realized recently how valuable books can be in teaching and shaping character, which is why I’ve been trying to broaden my reading horizons beyond just fiction stories. If only I had more time to read–though I could probably find more time if I put my mind to it. His other points about humbly learning, intentionally seeking out mentors, and being more tough are also great. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. That they are :) Reading gives you a sight. You start to connect what’s happening in the world and that leads to seeing the whole world in a different way. Reading takes concentration so it’s not always easy. Thank you for reading! (watching?)

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