the benifits of reading self improvement books.

 

YET i am not much experience   in reading books  still i am just building a new habits of reading books.

and i feel changes in my life it can be a little bit but it works.

I   started to read my first book to read that is the magic of thinking big and still i cant complete it because now a days my new crush is 7 habits of highly effective people.

I don’t want to go on any other book before completing the 7 habits of highly effective people.

IT is a mind blowing books it really blows my mind.and i am confirmed that it happens with everyone who read that book.

 

  1. Reading a book  is like a thought that you never think before.
  2. Reading a book forced you to think on that topic that is useful and beneficial for you.
  3. Reading a book is like addiction you never want to quit reading books and the desire of reading books grows and grows.
  4. Reading a book like you are talking with writer.

 

 

books explain everything about you which type of person you are just like in 2nd habits of highly effective people   “think focusing on the end ”

it tells you that in which centered you are.either it is money centered,relationship centered.or happiness centered. or temple centered .

we can learn lots of things by reading books

Our communication got improved my reading books.

Our writing  skills improved by reading books.

Our way of  thinking   got changed after reading books.

Our vocabulary also improved my reading books.

I everyday read book for 30 to 60 min everyday in evening time.so this is my favorite pass time.

I also love to read the ISKCON books  there are lots of book in English version also so yes i learnt lots new words from this book that i never new before.

It really helps me .

book reading gives us motivation.

It  is good for mental exercise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary.” – Jim Rohn

 

 

 

 

 

“The reading of all good books is like conversation with the finest (people) of the past centuries.” – Descartes

 

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