Reading is one of my favorite past time hobbies.
I found that it is a great way to tickle my mind and broaden its understanding of the world.
Every time you read about an author’s experience or imagination, it’s like taking a peek into his brain.
Not to mention all the new information you get along the way.
I’ve read several books in the past.
But, there is one thing I haven’t tried yet.
That is writing down my takeaways.
Whether it is in a notebook or a blog, it has never really occurred to me.
This is why I cannot even remember the titles of a number of the books I have read all these years.
So, I decided to take on a new project.
The Bookworm Project
This project was born out of the frustration of all the lost knowledge I wasted in the last few years.
I am calling this The Bookworm Project.
As we know, a bookworm is someone who enjoys and devotes himself to reading.
This is essentially what the project is all about.
I am just sharing my love of reading with everyone.
What is the goal of the project?
The goal of the project is simple.
I should be able to read at least one book a month.
Every time I finish reading one, I should write down some key takeaways from the book.
I will just start with one book a month. Then, we evolve from there.
What genres will I read?
I do not have any specific genre in mind.
I will pick whatever book I like at the moment.
But, for transparency, my preferred genres are: personal improvement, leadership, Christian and biographies.
Just mentioning those because these genres might dominate the pattern of my book choices.
Let’s get started!
The next time I write about this project, I will share my takeaways from the last book I read.
Feel free to share book recommendations in the comments.
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