Why You Should Add a Community Bookshelf in Your Office
When was the last time you read a book, or a substantial magazine article?
If you’re one of countless people who don’t make a habit of reading regularly, you might be missing out.
“Leaders are readers,” says author and syndicated radio host Dave Ramsey, who reads at least one book a week and gives five of his favorite books to every new team member as part of the onboarding process. “It’s in my DNA to always want to grow as a leader. We want our team to always be learning and growing, too,” he says. The benefits of reading do not need to be repeated here.
Here why you should an open bookshelf in your office
- It fosters knowledge sharing and collaborating
- For every problem you face someone else has solved it and written about it
- Sparks creativity and inspires your community to engage with each other
- Saves you money buying so many books
You could be the one to introduce it to your community and inspire others to take actions that are of mutual benefit.
What To Read
If you’re not sure where to start, check out our 5 Must-Read Start-Up Books this Spring.