10
Sep

the edge of reading books


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A recent article in the Atlantic digital magazine indicated that Millennials, those born between about 1980 and the early 2000’s, are reading more books than people over age 35.

Even though Millennials typically use more different types of technology and spend more time on social media, they still find time to purchase and read more books than their older colleagues.

Hey, Millennials, I have an award-winning book you should read.  It will help you better understand how to use, instead of misuse your credit cards.

It is called: The Plastic Effect

What is your edge of reading books?

Do you purchase at least one book each year?

How many books do you read each year?  One, two, more?

If you read one or none, don’t you think you should take the time to read at least one book?

You know you can read a book on your smartphone, tablet, computer or even the old fashion way, in the old paper format.

Out There on the Edge of Everything®…

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

Co-author of the award-winning book:  The Plastic Effect:  How Urban Legends Influence the Use and Misuse of Credit Cards.