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Many of us complain that we don’t have enough time to read books. But think about how many texts, emails, and tweets you read each day. To read more books, cut some of that out of your life. Start by making your phone less addictive. Move all of the apps off the main screen so it’s blank when you open it. Leave your cracked screen cracked. And if you want to go to the extreme, move your charger to the basement (or somewhere where it’s hard to reach). Step two: read books on paper, not on your iPad or Kindle. If you can be interrupted, alerted, or notified, you probably will. No voice should replace your mental voice as you read, and no display screen should get in the way of the intentions of the writer. (If you must use a device, make sure that it can’t receive texts.) If you need even more motivation, consider this: research shows that reading makes us more empathetic and compassionate people. It makes us better leaders, teachers, and parents. So put down that phone and crack open that novel. Adapted from “8 Ways to Read the Books You Wish You Had Time For,” by Neil Pasricha. Artist credit: CINTASCOTCH/GETTY IMAGES