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My pal Joel Orr wrote a book titled, “How to read a book in 30 days.” So I bought a book on my Kindle to test his principal. The book had 435 pages. Actually it had more than that but the story itself was just 435 pages. I figured I could read five days a week on average. So figuring 4.3 weeks a month that would give me 21.5 days to read the book, which meant I had to read 20.23 pages a day.

That’s a lot, I usually can read four or five pages before I fall asleep. So that meant I’d have to have four or five reading sessions between naps if I was going to do this. This was going to eat up a lot of the day for me, depending on how long each nap took. I reasoned the last four or five pages I read…

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