How to crazily increase the amount of reading
Don't be influenced by the reading level, and don't care what other people think of what you read. You are reading, not others, so please read what you want to read.
occasionally a neighbor asks me why I have so much time to read. I usually reply: I haven't read much lately! I reviewed my recent reading these days. Compared with the previous frenzy, I don't read much now, just about two or three books a week (one a day during the frenzy). However, if compared with "others", such as my colleagues and friends around me, I am afraid my reading volume can be regarded as "gigantic". However, I have always made a comparison with my neighbors who read a lot in Douban, so I haven't found it all the time. Recently, watching "charging" is very enlightening, so, although it is not a person who reads a lot in Douban, I would like to share my reading experience.
if you want to crazily increase the amount of reading, my suggestions are as follows:
1. Please honestly ask yourself, do you like the form of "reading"? Reading is only one of the ways to increase knowledge and experience. I envy those who rely on "reading people" to increase their knowledge and experience. Unfortunately, I still don't know how to use this method, so I can only envy it. In addition, the popularity of multimedia has also greatly broadened the methods of learning, and books, as a pure "text dissemination", actually have obvious limitations. Therefore, before setting the goal of "wanting to read more crazily", I suggest that it is best to make sure that you like reading, and the specific way (in my personal experience) is to review whether you have at least once before. When you read a book you like, you can read it in one breath. If you don't have such experience, I suggest considering other ways to achieve what you want.
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write so much because some people are just Gong Ye and can't even sit down and read; others think too highly of "reading" and think that "reading" is an elegant or honorable thing. It's not necessary. Reading is just one of the many options in life. Do it if you like it, and don't do it if you don't like it. Life is short. Please spend your time on something you like.
2. Honestly ask yourself, what kind of books do you like to read?
in the reading circle, reading is graded, because reading itself is a kind of ability, which requires the accumulation of time and amount of reading. For example, some people think that literature books, especially classical literature books, are placed in the top position because of their high requirements for reading ability. This is normal in itself, but the bad thing is that this "reading grade" of the reading circle makes many people who have just started reading or are ready to read think that reading should start with classics, especially literary classics, and then there will be no aftermath; or, there is always a sense of discrimination or inferiority in the reading of non-literary books, feeling that it is not "reading". However, although reading is an ability, there are no tests or competitions to test you after leaving school, so even if your reading ability is not high all your life, it's not a big deal (especially considering that many people don't read at all. So as long as you start reading, you will be far better than the average person in reading skills).
Don't be influenced by the reading level, and don't care what other people think of what you're reading. You're reading, not someone else, so please read what you want to read.
the underlying meaning of the question "where did you get so much time to read" is "I don't have time to read". As for the answer to this question, my first thought is that "the other party may only be fond of reading or take reading too seriously", so I put forward the first suggestion; the second idea is that "what the other person reads may not be what he wants to read". So I put forward the second suggestion. If it does not belong to the first two types, that is, "really do not have much time" type, should be mainly office workers, for this type, my suggestions are as follows: 3, please choose books according to the real environment
I believe you are interested in books in more than one field. If you want to read openly at work, then the content of the book had better satisfy your colleagues and leaders. It doesn't have to be a professional book, it can also be a book of interest to colleagues or leaders that you happen to be interested in or something that can promote your work. However, going to work and studying can make people feel "free", so it's best to think about how to deal with it before you try it, and observe the reaction of people around you to this behavior. If you don't react well, you have to change your strategy.
4. Please increase the way to read
physical books are no longer the only choice for reading. The emergence of various mobile terminals has greatly improved the convenience of reading. If you feel that it is not good to read openly in the office, you can choose to buy an electronic version of the book, and then read it on your computer or mobile phone, which is highly concealed and convenient.
5. Please give reading a relatively fixed period
some articles will advise readers to make use of spare time to ensure the amount of time they read every day. There is no doubt that increasing the amount of time for reading is a very important factor to ensure the amount of reading, but for those who have just started reading or have not read much before, I suggest that it is best to develop the habit of reading first, while reading for a relatively fixed period is very conducive to the development of reading habits. The length of time depends on the actual situation of the individual, but it is best to have at least 20 minutes to ensure that you can have the experience of "immersing in the book" during this period of reading.
6. Don't pay too much attention to reading speed
reading skills. I am a little dismissive of the feedback I have come into contact with at present. Since you are doing what you like, why rush to the end? As long as you read too much, the speed will naturally increase. However, if you can't finish a 2-or 300-page book you like in a week, you need to take a closer look at why.
7. Please do not store books
in my personal opinion, storing books is not suitable for most people. Buying and stocking books can indeed bring a sense of achievement, but this sense of achievement is illusory. Once the stock of books is significantly larger than you can read, it will create pressure in the subconscious. Reduce the sense of achievement in reading, which in turn leads to a decrease in reading speed. So, please observe your reading speed, and then decide the amount of purchase according to your actual situation. For the books that you think you will not read again, please share them decisively with the people around you or donate them, or just throw them away. Many people feel resistant to finished books and feel wasteful-if you have no resistance to losing movie tickets after watching a movie, then I don't understand why you should feel resistant to lost books. Because it can still be seen? But that has nothing to do with you because you don't read it anymore. It would be nice to contribute as if you had contributed to this society.
8. For books that can make you have obvious emotions, please write a book review as much as possible, which is a process of communicating with yourself and exercising your writing ability. When writing book reviews, you can often find new details or places that have not been paid attention to before, and your understanding of the book will be deepened. After the book review is written, some readers may express their views on your book review, which will increase the fun of reading.