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You should have a few set times during every day when you’ll read for at least 10–20 minutes. These are time that you’ll read no matter what triggers that happen each day
Reading requires a lot of attention and focus which is hard to build. We don’t want to get a random meme or movie clips while we’re engaging with the book, we’ll loose our attention on the book.
A good book or post can be hugely satisfying or even can change the world in you, can teach you about things beyond your daily horizons and can create characters so vivid you feel as if your really known them. Reading is highly enjoyable, you have a good resources.
It’s okay to take your time to read a book, don’t set yourself a goal to finish a book in a short period, which can cause you to skim the book without gaining any knowledge just to finish the book on time.
Keep a list of all the great books you want to read. You can keep this in your journal, in a pocket notebook, on your personal homepage, or on your browser’s bookmark. Be sure to add the list whenever you hear about a good book, online or in person.
It’s not right to finish a book or a chapter and be lost with your life. If you can’t focus on book, start small with 5 pages or 10 pages a day, and be consistent. Track your habit of reading a book until you make it a habit.
If you’re not able to manage any time, try to start early in the morning. You’re fully energized and not busy at the morning.
It’s not alright to be in distracted place, a sudden buzz or a call from your friend or even phone can make you distracted. While reading a sentence when we’re distracted we loose the visualization with the text, switching context we have reread again.
Plan ahead, which books to read. And what to read next, before buying or planning check the reviews or summary of the book (unheard ones). Ending up with bad book can decrease your dopamine level.
Unless you schedule reading time in your busy day, you may not be able to squeeze it anywhere between all of the other tasks already crowding the calendar.
Even if you can only devote 15 minutes for reading— the time it takes you to commute to work— do put it in your schedule.
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