This week: What Reading Can DoEdited by: amy-Has a great future ahead
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Hi this is amy-Has a great future ahead . I know that, as authors, we already know that reading is an asset to our lives. I will be giving, in this issue, some specific things writing can do for you. I hope you will enjoy the drams pieces I have selected just for your reading pleasure.
For any professional person-a business owner, practitioner or author, just to name a few-the one day to day practise that is essential to success is one of the easiest is implement. Reading every day is something people who are a success in their field all do.
Reading is relaxing. You can breath a sigh of contentment when you get comfy and pick up a book. There is nothing to think about except what is going on between the pages. This can be very beneficial to those you have a stress filled job or are having a particularly stressful time in their business.
It is always helpful to broaden how you express ideas. Reading on a regular basis can consistently widen your vocabulary. This is essential to anyone who deals with different types of people on a regular basis.
Reading fiction or non-fiction can help keep your imagination stimulated. You will be ready to create chapters, programs for clients or innovative ways to handle internal business issues when the need arises.
A lot of people feel that reading takes time they don’t have. I always take the time to read a chapter a day, at least. You can, though, get the benefits of reading on the go with audio books. In your car, while walking, these days you can, pretty much, read everywhere.
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