Why you should READ LESS*

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Andrei Terbea

Prieš mėn

*as in putting less pressure on yourself with how MANY books you read, but rather focusing on the QUALITY of what you read. Basically, quality over quantity (as is the case with many things in life). Enjoy!

Benefits of Reading Books:
The brain in your pocket: Evidence that Smartphones are used to supplant thinking:
Reading Literary Fiction Improves Theory of Mind
Your Brain on Reading (Why Your Brain Needs You to Read Every Day)
Andrei Terbea - Lead Animator
Stefan Popa - Assistant Animator
Nicoleta Toader - Producer
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"Sudden Death (Instrumental)" by Sightless in Shadow
Outro song: Joakim Karud - "Loudness & Clarity"
#Books #OneBookAWeek #Reading

Some might read the title of the video and think "oh, cool, I don't have to read, I wasn't going to anyway". If that's the case, I suggest you watch the entire video first. Reading is very important, it has many benefits for your brain, and unfortunately, school prepares us from a young age to see reading as a chore or as something unpleasant. Then there's the other type of people who only read Personal Development and Self Help books, and that's mainly who I'm targeting with this video. The Self Help industry is making billions of dollars every year, often selling sub-par written content that gives the illusion of personal growth. There's so much more value in a novel, or a history book, than you will ever find in the average Self-improvement book. So although I'm talking about why you should read less, the moral of the story - spoiler alert - is why you should read more, or why you should be more selective with the type of books you're reading. Looking forward to the conversation in the comment section.

Andrei Terbea
Andrei Terbea Prieš mėn
Happy to see the positive response to this type of video! Been reading the book recommendations you guys are leaving in the comments and tbh there's a lot of exciting stuff I want to read myself now haha! Keep 'em coming! 📚
OMGthatsAmber Prieš 15 val
*5000 Facts About Everything Part 2* I read almost every fact in the book. I think it's made for kids, but I mean it's interesting lots of facts. Also some were really useful, some left like what!! I'm not sure if there are still copies being sold.
Alexandru Tiplea
Alexandru Tiplea Prieš 5 dienų
bruh i am romanian
harshit art
harshit art Prieš 5 dienų
Please give your lip sync temolate
Malcolm El
Malcolm El Prieš 7 dienų
Esperanza rising is one of my favorite books I’m reading right now it’s like what Andrea said but with a lot of detail and Mexican.
radu Diaconu
radu Diaconu Prieš 9 dienų
Gugăl foarte epic LTpostr moment
Nuggets Prieš 58 minučių
69k likes, nice
Nature: Mycology
Nature: Mycology Prieš 2 val
The dislikes are from parents XD
oog Prieš 5 val
Oog not caare
Mr Pi
Mr Pi Prieš 8 val
"You're gonna be old one day too, you know." "Haha, you sure?" *BANG*
pikagirl TL
pikagirl TL Prieš 11 val
I am a bibliophile, I like collecting books for myself, but I don't read books like it's my energy or sth. No, I read for my own entertainment, if I don't feel like reading today, I won't force myself. then it's easier to analyze the books you read and you feel less pressure. also, don't force yourself to read books, that are usually very "important". Not everyone will love Dostojevski, Not everyone will love Dante's book "Divine comedy" and more... and that's ok.
ambroise perret
ambroise perret Prieš 12 val
the best sci fi book that put me in literature is : Enders game.
Just a square without glasses
Just a square without glasses Prieš 12 val
Ok guys, I’m back from reading the very hungry caterpillar and I have obtained a sense of enlightenment.
Tohru Prieš 20 val
reading is cool and all but i can't read so i'm not sure what to say here
2TriedForThis Prieš dieną
Does manga count lol 😂
Gril drago
Gril drago Prieš dieną
this made me think back to my primary school, I enjoy reading 1 200pages book per day (even though it has a lot of pictures in it) I still impress how life change I am.
Thomas Prieš dieną
I read medical books BOOM ya boy smart anatomy and physiology for dummies is great for future nurses.
MerlinCross Prieš dieną
I read Adventure Path walk throughs(Prewritten stories for Tabletop RPGS). Yes I'm weird.
Adomas B
Adomas B Prieš dieną
Read books they said. You'll have friends they said.
Justin Die
Justin Die Prieš dieną
I know alot of ppl may have a bias political perspective, but art of the deal is one hell of a book
Kjell Prieš 2 dienas
3:25 After watching that part I really hope Andrei will write his own book
Irma Kalniete
Irma Kalniete Prieš 2 dienas
Fantasy gives you better social skills
Mylene Jade
Mylene Jade Prieš 2 dienas
A book I totally recommend is Ready Player One it’s a classic and is a great fiction book!
Ruairi Burns
Ruairi Burns Prieš 2 dienas
Favorite book: The Enemy by Charlie higson I think. Very good fiction series, follows a bunch of kids trying to survive in a world where everyone over 15 suddenly became a zombie-esk thing. Very gory but still has good vocab and development.
GermeyJerm Prieš 2 dienas
If you really like science fiction books or like scary books then I recommend either any scary science fiction book or SCP science fiction book
Maddie White
Maddie White Prieš 2 dienas
You would wonder why some self help books get published
Bacon Verse
Bacon Verse Prieš 2 dienas
Me: Reading too many books? Couldn't be me... *Proceeds to remember reading about half the dictionary*
Syn Prieš 2 dienas
Dose watching anime and reading subtitles count
omar ahmad
omar ahmad Prieš 2 dienas
oh ok, here we go !!!
Soham Das
Soham Das Prieš 2 dienas
This is so funny Love the work
Lucas Collins
Lucas Collins Prieš 2 dienas
The hunger games
Jordon Cameron
Jordon Cameron Prieš 2 dienas
It's actually a very interesting topic and I too thought reading was useless. Ironically, I read a lot as a child like 10 novels in 5 months. That aside, my book recommendation would be the Silver Sword. It showcases the struggle of a Polish family during a war and how they all tried to get back together. Most of the family were in prison or their health was diminishing rapidly. It also shifts the perspective of which character you're reading about flawlessly. It's a terrific book by Ian Serraillier and I definitely recommend it.
famz24 Prieš 3 dienas
6:40 Welp! There goes his audible sponsorship
Tyrell McKinney
Tyrell McKinney Prieš 3 dienas
Of course the internet ruined reading
Milan Patra
Milan Patra Prieš 3 dienas
I like books which are fiction but still feel real, books which makes me feel like i am there experiencing the things the the main character is going through, books which make me attached to them, books which i will never forget One of my favourite books series are the hunger games trilogy and Harry Potter
TrailblazerX Prieš 3 dienas
Hey love your stuff, keep up the amazing work!
AlphaboyTheDiamondPanda Prieš 3 dienas
i read 3 books a week tho.
AlphaboyTheDiamondPanda Prieš 3 dienas
300 pages each
AlphaboyTheDiamondPanda Prieš 3 dienas
I love to read.
TheDarkGunslinger Prieš 3 dienas
Hehehehe, read the whole Percy Jackson series on a week out of boredom again.
KiriDeku lover
KiriDeku lover Prieš 3 dienas
Still I don't like reading. But I have some favorite book what I like to read sometimes e.g: Pohjoismaiset Taruolennot(in English: Nordic Fable Flights) this book is one of my favorites there is so many new magical creatures that i can "learn".
jezuz christ
jezuz christ Prieš 3 dienas
Instructions unclear... proceeds to read LTpost comments instead
Just another Fangirl on the internet
Just another Fangirl on the internet Prieš 3 dienas
When 50 self-help books is 'impressive'. Camp Half-Blood Chronicles fandom: Pitiful, we reread the same 15 book series at least 9 times a year and new books on top of that.
Tiara Reih Mequiota
Tiara Reih Mequiota Prieš 3 dienas
I was the type of kid in my school to basically be always seen reading a book, like, i cant stop reading the same book/s. I also really like the ones without pictures and the really long ones, i dont know why i like those type of books i just do.
Regann Prieš 3 dienas
Every Soul a star is a simple book that anyone can tackle. I think it's a good staring book for unmotivated readers.
The gaming channel
The gaming channel Prieš 3 dienas
my schools 5 steps to reading better were 1. read 2. read 3. read 4. read and 5 read
Octavio Carneiro
Octavio Carneiro Prieš 4 dienas
Carl Sagan books are really good to start reading again
Pratik Koli
Pratik Koli Prieš 4 dienas
I just found out this type of shit
Brayden Prieš 4 dienas
Eyal Hendler
Eyal Hendler Prieš 4 dienas
Anyone else here read two books in the past 4 years?😂😂
Zachary Ibarra
Zachary Ibarra Prieš 4 dienas
5:02 the amazon smiles haunt me...
Another Guy
Another Guy Prieš 4 dienas
"Don't read 1 book a week" me who read 4 mangas in 1 day
Creative Plays Minecraft
Creative Plays Minecraft Prieš 4 dienas
Read the whole series of Perry mason within the past couple months, I loved it. Fiction Recommendation:)
Henry Ani
Henry Ani Prieš 4 dienas
Whatever book people enjoy reading teachers always say it as in a real book
Space Noodle
Space Noodle Prieš 4 dienas
We read Dostoevsky in school... Yes I'm russian
Boba scalera
Boba scalera Prieš 4 dienas
I'm reading Crime and Punishment ATM :)
Dream Prieš 4 dienas
Everyone : I read 10000 books a week Me : I google 1000000 things every hour
Dream Prieš 4 dienas
Mom : holy $h!t what he saying
Yağmur Duran
Yağmur Duran Prieš 4 dienas
me who suffers from dyslexia and adhd: wtf are these people even on
Black Dragon
Black Dragon Prieš 4 dienas
Mi-a placut aia cu "gugăl"!
Yousef Emad
Yousef Emad Prieš 4 dienas
If anyone wanna to read new series of books each about 250 pages you can read this paranormal for author Ahemd Khaled Tawfek It about an old man called Refat Esmail in which he faces lots of paranormal events from any culture
What a fucking cunt
What a fucking cunt Prieš 4 dienas
People who read E-books:*Visible Confusion*
Caillou Stillman
Caillou Stillman Prieš 4 dienas
Can't remember the time I read a book...
Badbanana Prieš 4 dienas
I read 1 or sometimes 2 books a week because of school
Eclipse De Wierdo
Eclipse De Wierdo Prieš 4 dienas
Does reading comics or mini movies count?
Cretovtov Prieš 4 dienas
1 book a week < 1 book a month
Cringe Øfficial
Cringe Øfficial Prieš 4 dienas
Meh I hate reading anyways
Poncho Prieš 4 dienas
My sister read 78 books in 2020 And already read 8
mega dog
mega dog Prieš 5 dienų
My mom makes me read 2 books every day
Little Moth
Little Moth Prieš 5 dienų
5:52 Is it just me or does this line make no sense? My interpretation is that it's basically saying: "Intuitive thinking as opposed to Analytic thinking is a form of cognitive laziness" (pretty much what the word means), and out of nowhere they draw the conclusion that googling things is a part of this. They do this yet they don't seem to explain why getting facts from looking it up is related to it - especially when research like that is very important to analytical though - nor do they explain why alternatives are better. Why is relying on facts and external sources a form of cognitive miserliness? Is it lazy to look up facts to back up your argument? Is it lazy to get the answers you want and draw your own conclusions about it instead of... whatever nonexistent alternative that they have yet to provide?
David-sama Prieš 5 dienų
do mangas count
cappuccino 19
cappuccino 19 Prieš 3 dienas
Of course not, manga is litteraly just drawings with little text. And also what the heck is your pfp, it's disgusting.
Kaeden Cusson
Kaeden Cusson Prieš 5 dienų
wigs of fire
hah Prieš 5 dienų
What about webtoons 🤨
cappuccino 19
cappuccino 19 Prieš 3 dienas
Doesn't count, webtoons have little to know text and more drawings.
IrgendWer Prieš 5 dienų
7:19 How bout learning a language? Like legit
I Xopuxir I
I Xopuxir I Prieš 5 dienų
I just read what I want ( Fantasy and science fiction) How fast i red ( like 2 Books in like 3 weeks)
Victoria Chamorro
Victoria Chamorro Prieš 5 dienų
if you're reading just to read you're gonna want to cheat yourself. if you're reading cause it's fun you don't do that. reading isn't just self help books you should find something you like
Boopster Prieš 5 dienų
The da Vinci code is very good in my opinion
Frostcrown Prieš 5 dienų
But you're wrong! I know cuz I read 3 books ever day! ;3 edit:battle field earth so much better than the movie
SnapdragonDNA V
SnapdragonDNA V Prieš 5 dienų
I literally had a book in my back pack and a grabbed it right now.
Fastrox Prieš 5 dienų
I have found this interesting and you got me read a bit but for god knows why i just cant sit down and read something
Dejmira Prieš 5 dienų
Can some good soul help me find book about egyptian mythology?
Fishy Jian
Fishy Jian Prieš 5 dienų
This is the wake up call I needed omg. I got into reading English books about 6 years ago and the first book I read was ‘if you could see me now’. The book was so highly confusing (I process stuff really slowly) that it took me two months just to finish the book. But after finishing that book holy crap it was like something clicked in my brain and my English started to improve basically overnight. Then others around me also started reading and I would often be made fun of because I take a long time to finish each individual book. By the third year I’d would finish a book with 400 pages within two weeks but I could not remember a single thing about whatever I’ve read. It was really stupid because I can still remember the contents of the first book I ever read but I can’t seem to visualise what I read literally last week. My English skills were stagnant at this point no matter the amount of books I was forcing into my brain and reading became kinda boring. Thank you for this video. It was truly an eye opener and the slap in the head that I needed.
-Avalon -
-Avalon - Prieš 5 dienų
The only reason I started reading was FanFiction and Light Novels from anime...
Pranav Ramanath
Pranav Ramanath Prieš 5 dienų
Einstein once said that he wont remember anything he could look up in 2 min
Why Peanuts
Why Peanuts Prieš 5 dienų
Why does this goose love pointing it’s middle Finger at me
Joshua Gerthoffer
Joshua Gerthoffer Prieš 5 dienų
Stephen Kings novels always does it for me. Fantasy and Horror is where it's at!
Brian Acosta
Brian Acosta Prieš 5 dienų
POV you read 2 books a week because thats how much books you have
John Mark Nuguid
John Mark Nuguid Prieš 5 dienų
I prepare movies
Gnaaruag Prieš 5 dienų
Great advice Andrei . Glad to see you use this platform for something like this
Dweller Sages
Dweller Sages Prieš 5 dienų
Kid watching: shows to parent
benjbenj Prieš 5 dienų
Dont we all read like we read LTpost coments redit posts and stuf like that
pov Prieš 5 dienų
But I like reading
Chrysaor Prieš 5 dienų
For the record I’m only 1:41 in but I’d just like to say, even as an advent book reader/ bookworm, when it comes to reading read if you want to and just read what you like. I can tell you from personal experience that if the book doesn’t interest you it’s pointless trying to finish it. It’ll be harder to instigate picking up the book to read, boring, you won’t really absorb what you’re reading, and in the end you’re just wasting time doing something that you don’t enjoy. Besides reading as a hobby isn’t for everyone. So feel like you’re some kind of loser if you don’t read a lot or if you’re a slow reader. ^^
Cody Smith
Cody Smith Prieš 5 dienų
me who read manga: *me smart* hehehehe
TYLERMAN Prieš 5 dienų
One of my dads friends came over with his son and he can’t read at 7 years old and he has a phone, he said that he doesn’t need to learn to read because he can just say hey google and get it to tell him what he needs and that hit different because I use reading everyday and it changed my way of thinking the way you tried to do in this video.
Dread Prieš 6 dienų
50 books in a year isn't many
•CocoaPanda• Prieš 6 dienų
Newt Prieš 6 dienų
Why u should read less..... Less than 10 page a month? I can try.
Jess That weeb
Jess That weeb Prieš 6 dienų
Me clicking on this video *add for books/reading* Me: oh shi-
Lacasse-Roy Olivier
Lacasse-Roy Olivier Prieš 6 dienų
My very cliché and basic recommendations: 1984, Animal Farm (George Orwell/Eric Blair, both have been read in French), And Then There Were None (Agatha Christie, I’ve read it in French), The Haunting of Hill House (a very contemplative book and a different kind of horror, by Shirley Jackson, which I have read in English)
José Carioca
José Carioca Prieš 6 dienų
I read about 10 books last year, mostly fantasy and biographies. My advice: don't force yourself to read. Read what you like when you feel like.
Boshiko Prieš 6 dienų
*Quality* -Quantity-
Boshiko Prieš 6 dienų
6:38 That is some good things to do
Boshiko Prieš 6 dienų
6:20 It depends , this will not work if im reading a horror story or manga lmao
Boshiko Prieš 6 dienų
It's even worst then not reading , because you just thought you are doing right but no , you are wasting your time and you still think you are better than others
StSebbe Prieš 6 dienų
i read cookbooks
Tamir Lapidus
Tamir Lapidus Prieš 6 dienų
Me who doesn't even read: *I am 4 parallel universes ahead of you*
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