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Jim Rohn- His foresight about books and Reading

Jim Rohn- His foresight about books and Reading.       by Farrukh Dall    Jim Rohn (1930–2009), was a legendary motivational speaker and writer and widely regarded as one of the most influential thinkers. He is considered to be ‘America’s foremost business philosopher’ whose work helped launch or further the career of many others in

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Seven steps to make reading a second nature

Seven steps to make reading a second nature:  By Muhammad Farooq Member Advisory Council Read Pakistan   “Read in the name of your Lord who created. He created man from a clot. Read, and your Lord is the Most Honorable who taught with the pen, taught man what he did not know”  was what an

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How to Read a Book a Week?

By Peter Bregman It was the late 1980s and I was sitting in a university lecture hall listening to Abbie Hoffman, an author and an activist, ranting about my generation’s indifference. Next to me was Gloria Emerson, a brilliant and eccentric journalist and author. We were discussing Hoffman’s talk when I told her how much

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The history’s greatest library benefactor. By Farrukh Dall

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Giving Back: Sharing a love of reading, Tammy Wiggins inspires kids to explore books

Giving Back: Sharing a love of reading, Tammy Wiggins inspires kids to explore books When people volunteer, they can change lives — including their own. Each week in Reason, we will highlight a volunteer’s story of giving back and how that selfless act was a true revelation. The volunteer project is a collaboration among the

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