One of my favorite Childhood shows was Reading Rainbow with LaVar Burton “Take a look, it’s in a book, it’s reading rainbow…” Successful writers and leaders are readers. REading is the one thing that will catapult you to success. He even has a new podcast called, LaVar Burton Reads.
The world’s most successful entrepreneurs and writers are avid readers. Statistics show the more you read, the more money you’ll earn. But, the more we read in our areas of influence and those self-help books, the better chance we have of being successful.
Let me ask you this question, do you want to be considered an expert in your field? By developing the habit of reading a book a month, you can become an international expert and a top earner.
In today’s episode, we’re diving into the topic of reading and why you should read at least 1 hour every day. But the reality, most people in America don’t read and nearly 1/4 of all adults have not read a book in the past year. We’re also going back into the ABC’s of Blogging. Today’s letter, “G”!
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Remember Reading Rainbow? “Take a look, it’s in a book, it’s reading rainbow…” Successful leaders are readers. And if you want to take your business and life to the next level, reading is something that will catapult you into success.
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In today’s episode, I want to walk you through 5 ways you can become a lifelong reader and why it will bring you success as a leader. And did you know you should be reading the Bible daily? You should and I’ll tell you why. All of this and more in this week’s episode of The J. B. Sisam Show.
Everyone has a story to tell. Most desire to publish a book but the reality only 1% will ever publish their story. I want to demystify the world of publishing and the hurdles most have to endure to get their book into print.
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Do you like to read? There are a lot of people I know that don’t fancy themselves as readers. Some of these people are leaders. It’s sad to see how many leaders choose not to read. And as a writer and author I cringe when someone tells me they don’t like to read.
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When I was a kid, I tried reading a college level book by Warwick Montgomery. I don’t know what I was thinking.