Take Time to Read Your Story

Over the past 10 years, Chris Cook has spent his career in the construction industry. He has a Bachelor's of Science in Industrial Technology Management with an emphasis in Building Construction Management and Master's of Science in Project Management. He is an accredited PMP. Follow more of Chris's insights at his blog EntrePMeur.

Reading is an activity shared by all. Whether it’s in school or for pleasure, reading continues to be a great way to educate. Books can take individuals to far-off lands with magical fairies and whimsical wizards. They can also educate people on great leaders of the past and present, entrepreneurs who create billion-dollar businesses and sports heroes of your favorite teams.

Tony Robbins, an author best known for his self-help books, says, “If you want to be successful, find someone who has achieved the results you want and copy what they do, and you will achieve the same results.” Isn’t this the point of reading all of those books? You have an interest in someone else’s achievements and want to find out how he or she did it then replicate for your success.

What about your book and how that reads? Instead of reading to find out how to be someone else, look inside and start to read your book. Ask yourself: What do you want? What are you passionate about? What does the future look like?

Dig deep into your psyche and start to read the book you create every day. Writing the book is easy: You wake up, start your routine, go to work, come home, mix in some food, entertainment and relaxation, then go to bed to begin the process all over again. By doing this, you are writing your story.

Think of this process of reading your story like a lessons…

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