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    blog.readup.comBill Loundy1/25/217 min
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    • bill
      Top reader of all time
      1 year agoWriter

      Incoming! 💌

      It was either this or I was going to write a few thousand words on The Boy Who Cried Wolf, another great fable that has a lot to do with Readup 😂

    • thorgalle
      Reading streakScoutScribe
      1 year ago

      Fabulous read! Readup is full of steady and considered, in many places.

    • Raven1 year ago

      This all sounds great, but what Readup has to be concerned with is if the hare doesn’t take a break. This fable is relating to two aspects of one entity not two separate entities. Being proactive and staying ahead of the curve and besting your competition is going to be better for Readup in the long run.

    • Pegeen
      Top reader this weekReading streakScoutScribe
      1 year ago

      I can really relate to this post Bill. I have a very difficult time doing anything under pressure! I am hare all the way, have an inner rhythm that I have always honored. Therefore, I have really good time management because I like to savor my moments, be present and do one thing at a time. Consequently, my energy tends to be steady too. Perhaps the fact that I did not grow up in a technological age has a lot to do with it.

    • deephdave
      Top reader of all time
      1 year ago

      Readup helps you read steadily.

      But unlike skiing, reading for competitive purposes doesn’t make much sense. When you read you earn wisdom, alternative perspectives, clarity — all kinds of things that can’t be measured or purchased outright. These are non-superficial benefits, meaning they are internal and eternal.