Jim Rohn was so right when he said, “Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is poverty. Ignorance is devastation. Ignorance is tragedy. Ignorance is illness. It all stems from ignorance.” And so was, whoever, that said, ” In the age of Information, Ignorance is a choice.” I choose not to be ignorant. Statistics show that people who read more, are most likely to be more successful than those who don’t. So, I’ve decided to make time to read. I will introduce a book and every week I will do a chapter review and possibly even reach out to the author. I would love for you to participate by reading the book and chapter as well and we can discuss our thoughts in the comments section. This will encourage us to set our intention on reading.
“93 million adults in the U.S. read at or below the basic level needed to contribute successfully to society.” -National Center of Education Statistics