Compound interest for the brain…?
I remember reading my first ‘personal development’ book which was The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. I read it when I was pretty young, 16 I think.
I’ll tell you what, it has really stuck with me, both literally and figuratively.
See, reading that book so young in life, it’s allowed me to really integrate the material and embody it more fully.
If I’d waited ten more years to read it, it wouldn’t have had as dramatic of an impact on my life as it has had because it’s really sunk in.
The earlier you get the information in, the greater the effect it will have on you and your life over time. The key is the TIME to integrate and appreciate in value (and application!)
Reading, learning & growing your skillset are like compound interest for the brain. They’re habits that will pay dividends in your life for years and years to come.
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