So my husband read a bio about someone really rich or someone who was really good with money… I can’t remember who it was (but when I remember to ask, I’ll let you know). One thing that this man did was that he read one non-fiction book per month. Essentially, this fairly successful individual, was always learning. He must have understood that he didn’t know everything- even though most of us “commoners” think these people are already really smart.
After my husband told me that, I thought… hey… how cool would it be to read a non-fiction book per month! I really love to read so I read 1-2 novels per month (I just finished reading 9 John Grisham books and am reading the Vince Flynn series about the CIA agent, Mitch Rapp– which I could go on and on about they’re so good!) but non-fiction books seem so boring….
Anyway, I thought I’d share my insights here about what I am reading to hold myself accountable for following through with my goal. Please feel free to give suggestions to good books that have helped you (or good novels cause I love a good novel- no romance though- can’t deal with those)