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20 Daily Strategies Behind How To Become Rich in 2014
6. Have Children read 2-3 Non-Fiction Books per Month
63 percent of those parents who are wealthy will have their children read two or more non-fiction titles a month vs 3 percent for the poor. According to studies, the average child in the U.S. spends about 4.5 hours a day watching TV, 2.5 hours listening to music and 1.25 hours playing video games. Those same children spend less than 4 minutes a day reading non fiction, despite the fact that reading studies show that it helps increase background knowledge in a variety of subjects, which in turn accounts for as much as a 33 percent variance in student achievement.