How to read books...
- Choose your books deliberately
- Read every day
- Don’t go anywhere without a book
- Don’t suffer shite books
- Don’t lend out your books
- Buy your books (from an independent) and build your library
- Build your ‘antilibrary’ (source)
- Stick with great writers
- Build a re-reading list
- Make a plan for what you want to read
- Don’t get distracted by new books
- Don’t get distracted by what or how many books other people are reading
- Make sure your kids see you reading physical books
What would you add/remove from this list? 👇🏻
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