MindMap #2: How To Read A Book
First point that came to me right after putting this beautiful image is that we should not romantisize about the perfect conditions to read a book. I will try to get and post a picture of my desk after a reading session.
As promised in the title, here is the mind map:
Some important points not covered in the mind-map or found after seeing it four to five times:
- Should try to give equal amount of time to before, while and after parts of reading a book.
- For most of us, the before and after parts are missing or are given very limited attention.
- Should not be afraid to mark the books and should not shy away from using the highlight and add notes features of your e-reader.
I will be using the methods explained here and publish reviews.
Here is the list of books I am planning to complete by the end of next month:
This post was inspired from or links to the resources used to research:
How To Digest Books Above Your “Level” And Increase Your Intelligence
To do great things, you have to read to lead.
This is the second post in my MindMap series.
Please let me know what are the improvements required in drawing the mind-maps and tools I can use to improve the quality.