Steve Aedy, a content creator at FreshEssays.com, contacted me recently to let me know that their team has recently created an infographic called Reading Habits that Lead to Success.
They’ve come up with the idea having read a lot of articles dedicated to habits of successful people. As is turns out, all of them read. So, they decided to dig deeper and find out what they read, how often do they do this and what are their particular favorites.
Reading Habits that Lead to Success
Who is Steve Aedy?
Steve Aedy is a blogger, content creator at FreshEssays.com. He has worked as a freelance writer for almost 5 years, covering various topics like writing, content creation and education. When time permits, Steve travels, reads and plays the guitar. Find him on Twitter or G+.
I have no doubt that reading leads to success. I read not only books but also some online journals. For instance, https://healthunlocked.com/ocduk/posts/138779601/is-chess-a-sport. I feel very contented after reading and full of energy. It seems that I am capable of doing anything.
Lol–I’ll allow this comment just for the effort you put into sneaking in that link, which had absolutely nothing to do with writing 😀
thanks for sharing this piece of work, Nicholas!
also, I’m very grateful for all the comments here.
That’s true – rich people probably have less chores to deal with and more time to concentrate on self-development. However, I don’t think people should be divided into “successful” and “ordinary”. Every person has their own story of victories and losses.
Plus, adding challenge to one’s life is often exciting. Finding 20 minutes per day to read is a great way to start.
thanks again to all of you, guys!
Thank you so much for letting me share your great infographic, Steve 🙂
Hm-mm … well … OK, mostly, with a few grains of salt, but I’m calling ‘foul’ on this –
Favourite books: Onward, by Howard Schultz, and Pour Your Heart Into It, by Howard Schultz’
Howard Schultz is probably his favourite author too! 😀
Ha ha, yes, that was my thought, too 😀
Interesting. I’m glad to see the CEOs don’t only read business books 🙂 Does the average person really read 1 book and watch 700 youtube videos! Oh my. That’s telling! Wow.
That’s a scary thought, isn’t it?
I have no doubt that this info is 100% true. These billionaires and very successful people do have a lot of time for reading. After all, they have house cleaners, dog-walkers, secretaries, chauffeurs, someone to do their shopping, cook their food, and take care of their clothes. Private jets, personal assistants, and absolutely no money worries whatsoever.
If I could return from a hard day being famous and making another million, be chauffeured past my immaculate gardens into my pristine house, enjoy a meal prepared by my cook, and slip into clean sheets after a pleasant evening, I have no doubt that I would really enjoy reading a book.
However, I have spent the morning cleaning the bathroom, and trimming hedges outside the house. After a bath, I have to take the dog out, drive to the post office in town, then prepare a meal later, eat it, and wash up afterwards.
Not bitter, not in the least…
Best wishes as always, Pete.
Ha ha, good to see you’re not taking it personally 😀
Fascinating info – doesn’t surprise me either; if someone gave me the choice between watching telly or reading a book, the latter would win out hands down 🙂
You’re a wise woman 🙂
Inspiring and eye-opening. Thank you!
Thanks, hon 🙂