I’ve also had the question of how does reading actually cause success? It doesn’t seem like he elaborates on that in this post.

There are a couple of problems, such as what “success” is. Then there’s the problem that people who don’t read often also can be successful, etc.

It doesn’t seem to cause success, it just correlates.

I read a lot actually, but I’ve been wondering of late, if it actually contributes to being more productive, or whether I am simply procrastinating on tasks by reading.

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