Did you ever consider how having bookworms around can improve your business? One reason is because bookworms read. A lot. Here’s how that can translate into a better bottom line for your enterprise.
Because bookworms read so regularly, they often have an aptitude for seeing when a piece of literature has errors or is not as clear as it could be. This saves you time because you don’t have to send your newsletters, ad copy, emails, and other text to a third party for proofing.
Meetings are tedious (honestly, often useless) events for the majority of companies. Having people on your team who enjoy reading and are comfortable being communicated with in text means sending an email is just as effective–if not more so–than having to stop everyone’s productivity in order to have a meeting. This keeps your staff generating money instead of struggling to stay awake in the conference room.
Generally speaking, someone who is truly in love with reading will do so in their spare time. This makes them less likely to get into accidents or fall ill in many cases because they aren’t engaging in risky activities such as pub crawls, mountain climbing, or criminal activity. This helps ensure that they will consistently show up to work and be healthy enough to perform their duties optimally. This saves your business a portion of the estimated $84,000,000,000 (that’s billion) business lose each year due to employee absences (including coming to work late or leaving early).
Now that you have some idea of a few ways that bookworms can help make your business more profitable and more stable, you might want to consider asking about reading habits during your next interview!
Thanks for reading!
JB is a singer and translator from Portugal. He has submitted his version of the first portion of ‘Painless’ to Volo Press for inclusion in their collection of works inspired by ‘Feign II: The Downfall’.
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Savannah Woolley submitted a video of her creating a painting that she started after reading ‘Adoricidal’ a haiku from the ‘Feign II: The Downfall’ book of poetry and lyrics. Savannah also sings and provides life advice. Get in touch with her by clicking here.
James Tracy applied his musical knowledge to create this fun, rhythmic sound that you can’t help but at least nod your head to. James was commissioned to complete this piece based on the lyrics of ‘Painless,’ a song included in the poetic collection Feign II: The Downfall by T. L. Curtis (available for pre-order now; set for release on 9-1-17).
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