Those Who Want To Lead, Read
We've mentioned this before but, it's so important to take a step back from leadership roles, create some "me" time and most definitely, make sure you're creating space for "reading" time.
There is always too much to do. There is always a "to do" list the length of Chile. But there is no excuse for you not to build some slack and some space into your schedule, to take stock and follow what else is being said and done in the world.
If you're going to retain an edge, you must do this.
What's more, many of the most successful entrepreneurs ever, have it as an absolute priority.
Apparently these guys, read this much;
- Warren Buffet reads 500 pages a day
- Mark Cuban reads 3 hours a day
- Bill Gates reads 50 books a year
Couple of interesting articles for you to consider around this subject ... HBR published an article called "Those Who Want To Lead, Read" and another looks at, "Reading habits of successful people