Reading and taking notes
No matter how good your memory is, you can’t remember everything you read. You never know what you might find useful-interesting facts, historical events, dates, or ideas. You can also record your impressions of the book, and perhaps after a while someone will ask your opinion on whether to read the work.
Write down interesting quotes
Quotes that made an impression are better written down. Continue reading
What is difficult in reading books-opened, read, closed. If reading is a way to amuse yourself or pass a free evening, then this is enough. But if you want to make something useful, get knowledge and experience, it’s not so simple. There are many scientific papers on the topic “how to read books correctly” by domestic and foreign scientists. Let’s focus on one study that was published in the 40s by Mortimer Adler, but is still relevant today. Adler claimed that you can read books in 4 ways: Continue reading