In fact, the average number of books read by a CEO is 60 books per year, or five books each month. “What I know for sure is that reading opens you up,” says Oprah, “It exposes you and gives you access to anything your mind can hold.
A book a week is 52 books a year. Bill Gates says he reads 50, so slightly below average. By this measure, half of the CEOs are reading more than a book a week. There have to be some CEOs reading three or four books a week for the numbers to work, especially since 27% of the general population reads zero.
Contrast this with the fact that CEOs of Fortune 500 companies read an average of four to five books a month. Even more impressive is that some of the most successful leaders throughout history were known to read one book every single day.
They believe that whatever problems they are facing somebody must have encountered them earlier and written down the solutions he/she implemented in the form of a book. Hence, a CEO loves reading books because they can find the answers to their problems in them.
In one of his recent episodes, he talked about how to read a book a week (that's 52 books per year). "Do you know how many books the average person reads per year?" he said. And yet, the average CEO is reading four or five books per month.
Most CEOs and executives read 4-5 books per month. These are the leaders, the gamechangers, the ones that end up shaking the ground, rebuilding industries, providing jobs, and inventing some of our most beloved everyday products. If they're reading that much, then clearly there is still some value in picking up a book.
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