Self-development comes in many forms. Reading is our invaluable source for taking in information, reckoning with the information we already have, and sourcing new information. The act of reading itself stimulates and evolves the brain, and specialized content with development in mind a double win.
From Early and On
It might be logical to associate the onset of self-development with the coming of a certain age or life event. But the truth is, we begin as children. Though children typically start to read around age 6-7, reading to your children can be beneficial to their cognitive development.
We’re rarely in full control of our development as children. However, every stage after that is filled with possibilities that are our choice. Take a quick slide for selections at each stage of growth.