Judge books by their covers
That's what they want you to do
I was at a bookstore the other day looking for something to read.
Yes, this is about as modern as going to the bank.
I still do that too. It’s fun to have an underpaid stranger look at my financial life know all about my ‘winning’ choices.
With both books and banking, I like showing up in person to get judged.
There’s nothing better than being judged. That’s why we judge all the time.
There are those who say we should’t judge each other. The cliche they use ‘you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover’ was a huge part of my upbringing. It became a part of my core values.
But this is a problem.
Have you been to a bookstore lately?
Or worse, how many titles are there on Amazon?
The answer is simple - more.
And, if you were to go to the washroom and come back to this post, the answer would be very simple as there are even more books than a moment ago. It’s easy to get overwhelmed.
How to know what to read?
It happens to many of us.
While it is useful to look more deeply into things before passing judge…
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