WHY LEADERS/MANAGERS SHOULD BE GOOD READERS?

Every reader might not be a leader, but all leaders are always great readers. Leaders or managers are driven by intellectual curiosity. They perceive reading as a way of learning new things. They enjoy studying compelling stories not because they are enjoyable, but because it develops their mindset as a great manager and an admirable human being.

 

Business individuals, even though have very little time to spare, make sure to carry their i-pads wherever they go. They take time out to read on the move through e-books. It acts as an ultimate stress-buster.

 

Although there has been a drastic fall in people’s reading routine due to time-crunch and also, for the reason that the majority of people are habitual of consuming content over the internet while on the go, there is still a significant section of the society that devotes time to foster their reading practice. Book reading has a multitude of benefits, and some of the top advantages of doing it are:

 

  • Knowledge Feed
  • Mental Stimulation
  • Stress Reduction
  • Improved memory
  • Diversified vocabulary
  • Better writing skills
  • Stronger thinking capability
  • Share Great Ideas
  • Better Decision Maker

 

Reading not only applies to business people, but it also does memory good to all of us. It reminds us of the situations we have ever encountered and also strikes a chord of all the good things we have learned. Whether you re-read a book or a blog or a magazine, the process of reading helps you keep your concepts and theories in mind. Also, it helps with developing critical skills because some books challenge us and affect our opinions. When you read something you disagree with, it leaves an everlasting impact on your ability to think.

Another factor is that reading enhances your communication. There have been studies and stories that list out the countless benefits one can have if he/she is a reader. A reader understands the psyche of the one he is speaking to, quite fast.

 

Here is how one can make the most out of reading. Follow the procedure to reap greater benefits. Take notes, mark the words you need to search meanings of, write them separately. If your book has a complex storyline, you can tune in to an audio version of the book first or read out the summary. This will help you flip through the book quickly and comprehend the story better. Make sure to back up the story of your book through a synopsis drawn on the crucial points of your book’s storyline.

 

Reading provides a perfect escape to your daily routine, and also from the real world. It allows you to de-stress. And, no matter how busy you are, scheduling a fixed time out of your schedule to read is not a difficult task. Think of the time you spend in front of your television screens, or on your mobile phones! If you employ your leisure time in doing worthwhile things like reading and writing, you will free your mind and spirit to achieve even the toughest of challenges and be a superior individual, not just financially but mentally and emotionally.

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