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5. Read for at least 30 minutes

5. Read for at least 30 minutes

It takes time to get into a groove.

It’s similar to exercise. There is nothing wrong with doing 10 push-ups here and there (actually, it’s great) but that’s not the same thing as a focused and deliberate workout.

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