I always feel like I am performing better when I am reading and consuming books. I would put a lot of weight to how I am right now with the books I have read in my past, they have shaped my thinking, knowledge, and understanding of the world.
Every time I feel like I am at a roadblock, productivity is low or just my general mood is low. Usually, if I look objectively I am either not reading enough, not working out enough or both.

So as working out is more difficult for me as it used too (young kids) then I will look to try and make sure at best I am keeping a Reading habit.

The first book I am going to read it Discipline Equals Freedom, by Jocko Willink, who I first heard about on the Tim Ferris Podcast.

I am looking to do a mini review on the books I have read, what they meant to me and also the most important takeaways, action points I want to start implementing in my life.

So the current goal is 1-2 books a month.