Newspaper: Cheapest Highest Quality Education
Over 1 lakh publishers print over 3 million newspaper copies of newspaper every single day for over 4.5 million people of India. There is a lot to these bundles of the printed paper that meets the eye. Read ahead to find how the newspaper benefits its readers.
· It makes readers Richer
Staying updated with stock market news, country economics, global events, and industry trends can help you earn a lot of money through stock market investing, finding better jobs, doing in-demand gigs, and a lot more.
· It helps readers to hold conversations
The easiest conversation starter or conversation theme is general affairs. You can engage anyone in a fruitful conversation if you find the current affair that is relevant to them. Talk about Ed-tech trends with an ed-tech CEO, petroleum prices with a petrol pump owner, or even horoscopes with believers and you will always be a good company for others.
· It strengthens language skills
The command over language can make or break your career prospects. Reading newspapers in your target language can improve your hold over the language manifold. You will find new words, new idioms, new phrases, understand the structure of sentences and get an intuition for grammar without ever going to a dedicated class.
· It develops the habit of reading
As digital media is growing, people are losing the habit of reading. Everyone wants a video or at least an audio to gain their precious attention. Reading feels dull to many people.
Dear reader, think how fast and how much you learned by just reading my article for 2 minutes. No other mode of content can give you better returns on time spent.
Call to Action
Attend my free workshop on newspaper reading on Sunday 26–09–2021 at 2 pm IST where I will teach you to read a whole newspaper in 30 minutes and get all the above benefits while sipping your tea.
If you haven’t already, Register — https://forms.gle/wvs5n66Dbj8zoSBLA
A 4-rupee newspaper can help you become richer, sociable, improve language and develop a rare habit.
See you on Sunday.