Do you want to get rich?
No, seriously. Do you really want to become ultra-wealthy?
If so, you have to commit to doing something…
It’s very easy to do and anyone can do it.
Are you in?
Here’s what you have to do…
Don’t believe me?
Consider these numbers…
1 vs. 52
2% vs. 88%
These are big disparities… and they show quite simply the simple habit that separates the rich and the poor.
The average American reads on book per year. One!
CEOs of Fortune 500 companies (as in, some of the busiest people in the world) read 4-5 books per month, or on average 54 per year!
“Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” – Harry S. Truman
2% of the poor read more than 30 minutes per day, while 88% of the wealthy do. That’s a huge difference!
The result of this? Much more income.
Studies show that active readers are likely to have annual incomes more than 5 times greater than those who spend little or no time reading. Do you need any more convincing or are you ready to take your reading game (and your life, wealth, career, relationships, etc.) to new heights? Join the exclusive book club from Epic Books:
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The facts prove it as clear as anything else: leaders read, and readers lead. Oh, and they become seriously wealthy, too!
Tom Corley (of Rich Habits) has dedicated much of his life studying the wealthy and what makes them unique. One of the most important and resounding commonalities among the rich is that they read, and they do it a lot. Here are some facts to consider.
- 63% listen to audiobooks during their commute.
- 79% read educational career-related material.
- 55% read for personal development.
- 58% read biographies of successful people.
- 94% read current events.
- 11% —only 11 percent—read purely for entertainment purposes.
Also, a university study found that reading reduces stress levels by 68% – more than listening to music or taking a walk.
“You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read.” – Charlie Tremendous Jones
Abraham Lincoln – who only had one year of formal education – credited his appetite for reading as his secret to success.
Teddy Roosevelt is rumored to have read two books per day.
Warren Buffett, who estimates he spends 80% of his time reading and thinking, says, “I just sit in my office and read all day.”
There is no way around it.
If you aren’t reading, you aren’t fulfilling your potential.
Check out the infographic below:
Do you see the power of it now? This is how to get rich. Read.
With that, here is what you need to do to literally take your wealth, life, mindset and knowledge to new heights.
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“The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read.” – Mark Twain
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“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” – Gandhi
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