Category: Personal Development

Invest In Yourself!

Time For A Second look is all about helping its readers reevaluate where they are at in their lives and giving them helpful tips, information, inspiration and motivation to be their best each and everyday. One of the ways you can learn to be your best (it is a learning process) is to invest in yourself! I have already touched on the subject of investing in yourself through the Audiobooks article I published, but that is just one aspect out of many of how you can invest in yourself. I am posting on this subject because in today’s world, investing in yourself gets so overlooked and forgotten. So lets dive into the subject matter a little bit more.

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Audiobooks… sounds like a pretty boring topic to blog about huh? Trust me I understand. I once thought audiobooks were about the most boring and pointless thing known to mankind ever. Wow was I wrong! Did you know if the average person listened to an audio book every time they got in the car for an entire year, the amount of information that person would acquire would be equivalent to the amount of information one would learn in a semester taking courses at a college. Pretty crazy eh?

So, with that said, don’t underestimate the power of knowledge through audiobooks. I did for so long and I regret it. Now, every time I get in my car and drive to work I am listening to an audiobook. And no, I am not listening for fun I am listening to better myself, which after awhile becomes so fun! Leaders are readers, there is no arguing that statement. It is hard to read though because it is time consuming. In today’s world it is often hard to find time to even sit down and grab a bite to eat let alone read a book. That is why audiobooks are life savers! You can do two things at once! You can listen to a book while driving, while going for a run, while working out or going for a bike ride. There can’t be any excuses anymore when it comes to reading and learning. Just listen, learn and apply.

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