If You Want to Be the Best, Don’t Just Read the Bestsellers
A long time ago, none of us could stop obsessing about the hobbit who lived in a hole in the ground. But fickle we were, and we soon moved on to the wizard boy at Hogwarts, to cheering for Team Edward of Twilight, to discussing The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, to wondering what would happen next in Fifty Shades of Grey, and now, to fearing for The Girl on the Train. Somewhere in between, we managed to fill those heated coffee-shop moments with Eating, Praying and Loving, Not Sweating the Small Stuff and wondering Who Moved the dang Cheese. Best-selling books, always at the forefront of conversation, make for just that- good conversation. But, why only give ourselves half an education when a whole world of information lies before us, just waiting to be uncovered? If we want the best in life, let’s read for life and not just hit the bestseller list.