I’m busy, you’re busy, we’re all busy.
Now we’ve established that can we agree that knowing stuff can be very useful in life? Not just for conversations but also for self-improvement and of course for new skills.
No matter how busy I’ve been in my life I’ve always made time every day to read a little. I’ve read many self-improvement books, training manuals, business sales, and marketing books, and even fiction just to unwind. I’ve heard that the average person spends up to five hours per night watching TV so we can certainly find SOME spare time. Heck, even the guy who spent two days at my home adding stain to my decking was listening to audiobooks the entire time!
Books can transport you to another world, save your marriage, help you make more money, and improve your health and your peace of mind. I know when I’ve gone through a challenging life situation such as a divorce, I found a huge amount of solace in reading books related to the subject. I’m sure in fact that some of them saved my sanity.
There are too many to list here but I’d like to suggest just one. It’s about how making tiny improvements every day can, over time, lead to massive positive change. It’s criminally underrated but in my top 10 for success and personal development.
The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson is a short read but sums up how you can make big life changes and learn important skills in just a little bit of time every day. I’ll drop an affiliate link below and if you use it, it helps us pay for site support and development.