What 13 highly successful people read every morning
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Successful people know they are what they read.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, for example, spends 80% of his day reading.
So what is the first source that highly influential people check when they wake up?
Here are some resources leaders across industries use to sustain their morning reading habits:
Warren Buffett starts his days with an assortment of national and local news
Mark Zuckerberg, unsurprisingly, starts his day on Facebook
Jeffrey Immelt reads his papers in a very particular fashion
Barack Obama reads the national papers, a blog or two, and some magazines
Bill Gates reads the national papers and gets a daily news digest
Jonah Peretti reads the business or sports section of the New York Times on his morning commute
Kara Goldin wakes up early to check email
Howard Schultz has kept his morning-reading routine intact for 25 years
Richard Branson rises at 5 am to get a head start on his reading
Scott Adams reads business and political news to prime his brain for creativity
Kat Cole logs into social media first thing
Kevin O'Leary catches up on business news during his morning workout.
Gary Vaynerchuk devotes most of his attention to Twitter.