Monday, 18 June 2012

Reader is a Leader

Is a Leader

In this age of information and mind-boggling pace, professionals, regardless of their forte, need to be constantly updated about their areas of interest, as well as current affairs. And the much ignored reading habit is possibly the surest way to stay on top of the game.

The guidelines can help you get started:

1.       Younger and would be management trainees of tomorrow should not relax in the knowledge that they have already read all they need to read in college. Reading habits need to be cultivated on a continuous basis. Instead of focusing on fiction, more field-specific reading should be advanced.

2.       For urbanities that have a tough life, making time to read can be difficult, so extra motivation is needed. This can be achieved by carefully evaluating the ‘pros’ of developing a reading habit and taking it up as consistently as any other routine.

3.       A structured program to achieve reading goals is a good way to get going. There is plenty on this subject available on the internet.

4.       Reading adds to knowledge and enlightenment, which leads to a more confident and productive individual. Sadly, there aren’t many libraries in Pakistan that one could write about. There are, however, plenty of bookstores and weekly bazaars that are great for scavenging reading material. Reading or ordering books online is another option.

5.      Reading is rewarding habit and requires little investment. Working people must integrate it in their day-to-day lives, instead of leaving it as part of their retirement plant.

Build your reading habits gradually but sustain it. Here again self motivation and perseverance is vital. Once you develop this in yourself, you will conquer your potentials to yield out the best. It is fulfilling, enriching and extremely beneficial in all your life aspects. Your confidence will boost up up. Give it a try!

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