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11/28/2018


Becoming an avid reader is a goal many people have, but that not many achieve. To help you stay committed and turn into a bookworm, follow the tips below.

How to Read More

  1. For starters, you need to set reading goals that can give you direction. Just remember that while these goals should challenge you, they also need to be doable and realistic, so you're not discouraged by them.
  2. A way to keep yourself accountable, is to let others know that you have those reading goals. People's pressure will make you keep up with them.
  3. If you want to increase your book count, then you will need books to read. For that reason, you should always carry a book with you. This way, you can read whenever you have downtime.
  4. It's also recommended that you read more than one book at once. Doing so will allow you to alternate between them according to what your reading mood is.
  5. Another thing you should do is read beyond your confinements. To expand your horizons delve into different genres (such as interviews, reports, biographies, interviews, and more).
  6. One thing to keep in mind is that you shouldn't be afraid to quit. If you're not enjoying your reading material, there's no use in keeping up with it, as you may end up resenting it later on.
  7. Nowadays, you have the option to choose between different platforms to read your books on. From tablets and smartphones, to audiobooks and physical books, use these alternatives to your advantage.
  8. Lastly, share what you read. Even creating a book club with your friends and/or family can be a great idea, since it allows you to widen your perspectives on the reading material, and makes reading more fun.

Become a better reader through one-to-one tutoring in Charlotte NC. Call The Tutoring Center, Charlotte NC at (704) 321-0333 to learn about their academic programs, or to schedule a free consultation.

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