Now the real question, has anyone ever read EVERY single article on this website? And I mean every article no matter how short or how unimportant it seemed to them.[/quote]
Pretty sure I have, just because. Obviously I haven’t committed everything to memory, I’m not Rain Man, but I first found the site around 2004/2005 and over time, I’ve probably worked my way back through the archives, got caught up, and stay on top of the newest info.
It’s certainly not a bad idea reading everything you can get your hands/eyes on. Odds are some little tidbit of info will find its way into your brain and become useful somewhere down the line.
"I’ve never gotten dumber from reading any book (with the possible exception of “My Life: The Paris Hilton Story”). It always makes me smile when I hear people asking, “Is this book worth it?” I can honestly say I’ve never read anything that didn’t enhance my knowledge in some way. Knowledge is the only guaranteed slump-buster in any field.
Charlie Jones once said, “Five years from now, you will be exactly the same, apart from the people you meet and the books you’ve read.” Read a book a week. Elite coach Mike Boyle once told me though, “Don’t believe everything you read. But definitely don’t just read what you believe.”"