"First, let's take a look at two statistics:
~ The average American reads 200 to 400 words per minute
~ Typical nonfiction books have about 50,000 words
Now, all we need are some quick calculations:
200 books x 50,000 words/book = 10 million words
10 million words/400 wpm = 25,000 minutes
25,000 minutes/60 = 417 hours
That's all there is to it. To read 200 books, simply spend 417 hours a year reading.”
But wait— you don’t have time?
"Here's how much time a single American spends on social media and TV in a year:
~ 608 hours on social media
~ 1,642 hours on TV
If those hours were spent reading instead, you could be reading more than 1,000 books a year.
Here's the simple truth behind reading a lot of books: It's not that hard. We have all the time we need."
Guess I need to raise my reading goal for 2018!