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Take for example : Have you ever come across someone who drank too much last night before comment morning after that he/she cannot recall what was said, heard and seen?
It is not that he/she cannot remember, but that his/her mind was not in condition to be impressed with what he heard or saw.
Why is mind inclined to wander ever so often?
There more than a dozen reasons and causes. However main and most common culprit being -- Boredom
This boredom will alway creeps into slow and poorly motivated reader mind and divert reader attention elsewhere.
Furthermore slow reading hinders our natural ability to grasp concept of what is being expounded.
It can be quite exceedingly frustrating to fervently fit bits and pieces from yesterday's reading, day before and perhaps a few weeks ago.
Imagine that you are now reading a long detective novel and your contront a minor character, Uncle John, in first chapter. Uncle John doesn't re-appear until final chapter which you read several days later. To add to your frustration, you discover that Uncle John holds an important key to solve crime and at crucial point you don't remember such a character appeared in story at any point.
Won't you be anxious and frustrated. Good news, such problems can be eliminated when you become an accelerated reader!
A novel such as one mentioned above normally can be read by a speedreader within a couple of hours.
Definitely in a single session.
Don't you think , if you had read about Uncle John a few hours ago, you would have a much better chance of remembering this character vividly. Thus enable you to fit him into plot to get a more accurate and complete understanding of entire novel.
Yes, by developing correct habits and attitudes of a speed reader, you will increase your comprehension and improve your overall understanding of subject!
This will be end of this issue...I will be sharing Reward 2 of Accelerated Reading in coming publication...Till then Take Care...
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Trainer in Soft Skills and Personal Development. 7 Years of Training Experience. Author of 7 Days to Excel At Speed Reading