Warren Buffett once mentioned in a TV interview that he doesn’t listen to podcasts because he can’t consume the content as fast as he can read. He reads 20–25 books a week. Imagine that. That’s more than what most people read in a year. But then again, Warren is not like most people. Charlie Munger, his business partner at Berkshire and who reads equally voraciously, once quipped that his grandchildren called him a book with a couple of legs sticking out.