Despite being the last President not to have a college degree, Harry Truman was an extremely educated person, much the result of being a lifelong, avid reader.
For many years, I chose not to read. However, I encountered caring leaders along my career path who challenged me to keep growing and learning, often through books they would suggest.
After learning that lesson, I’ve frequently “paid that strategy forward” with several of my peers and friends, and have seen many transformations from non-reader to learning addict!
As in my case, if you find that you are too lazy or too easily distracted to read, you can always listen to audio books in your car and painlessly attend, what the late Zig Ziglar called, “automobile university” while driving.
Ironically, my own personal development in the early 1990’s started with listening to Tony Robbins’ Personal Power tapes. It’s ironic that Mr. Robbins credited much of his early success to becoming a voracious…
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