Who's reading a useful, inspirational, educational, non-fiction book today?
"average woman reads 14 books in a 12-month span, while the average man read only 9."
(Those averages might be trash romance novels)
Are you hitting those numbers? If so; are you hitting 4-5 per month that CEOs are reported to consume.
This should be one of our yearly goals.
This community and those like it should set a standard for male exceptionalism, and that starts with your mindset and self-education. All education institutes are compromised and are setting you up to fail. They have an interest in our failure and extinction. Their only purpose is "diversity". Our lineage developed nations, created almost all modern infrastructure, and put men on the Moon.
Find books that teach you how you think, educate you on business and finance, fix things; literally be a better person.
"Success is your ethical duty, obligation and responsibility" -Grant Cardone
I've mostly switched to ebooks for nonfiction that I read on my phone. This lets me read a few pages while standing in lines, or inbetween tasks at work. I still buy hardbacks for fiction that I read before bed.
What's some titles of non fiction you recommend? Ill put my list up a little later.