"The book you don't read won't help." --Jim Rohn
I have a few dozen ebooks and special reports on my computer that I've never read. Some I've purchased; some were free. Nevertheless, it's content I've wanted to consume, but never have.
Part of the problem is, I don't like to read lengthy documents on my computer screen. Two hundred pages of scrolling through a PDF is exhausting.
So here's what I did: I called my local FedEx Kinko's to see if they could help.
They pointed me to a page on their web site where I can upload print on-demand jobs. I spent a few minutes uploading the PDF files and specifying how I wanted the files printed, then placed my order. Simple as that.
In less than 24 hours from now, I'll drive a mile and half down the road to pick up the hard copies, which I am confident I will now read.
If you struggle with reading long PDF documents on your computer, then maybe you too would benefit from using Kinko's online printing service.
After all, it's not how much information you have, but how much information you consume and apply that counts. Getting digital content printed is a step in the right direction.