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About four years ago I decided to read 100 new books a year. I’ve kept up that habit until recently.
I stopped reading two new books a week because I forgot almost everything I learned more than a year earlier. And there’s no way you can remember even a quarter of a book you read three years ago.
I made this discovery this year when I started worrying about random things in my life. I thought, “Didn’t I deal with this issue years ago?”
And I was right, I’ve read a lot about worrying, I’ve coached people, and I even wrote a book about it. But I’m not a machine—I’m not immune to the challenges that we all face. No one is.
7 min read What’s your money strategy? Do you even have one? If not, it’s not uncommon. Until two years ago, I didn’t have a financial plan, whatsoever. Even though I’ve been reading about money, finance, and investing ever since I made my first few bucks as a […]
3 min read Update April 27, 2020: In this post, I talk about Blinkist. I’ve stopped using their app and no longer recommend it. “Which book on my reading list should I read next?” Does that question sound familiar? Once I cross off a book from my reading […]
5 min read I love to learn. And reading is my favorite way to learn. But sometimes I get tired of reading. Do you know that feeling? I try to read two books per week. But when I’m working on a lot of things, and have an irregular schedule, […]