The first step is to ask yourself why you want to read books. Find your niche, your interests, and then pick up those books. You will automatically become interested in reading
My suggestion is that this requires little practice. please pick-up 25 to 30 simple words every day for few weeks and try to build visualization using Linking Visualiztion and SIPCAFEE. Later, you can quickly create any visualization.
Visualization is real, forming a mental image of something. Usually requires prior knowledge.
Imagination may not be true. Imagination does not necessarily require prior knowledge, you can quickly create any visualization.
You must build unique visualizations so that you can easily remember multiple stories. For instance, you can remember different movies even if the same actors/actress are the same, because each movie has a unique story, scene and situation
To recall complicated vocabulary, you must first simplify difficult terms using pictures, video form, or visualisations, and then use a similar linking mechanism to remember them effortlessly. You must explore advanced memory techniques to learn how to simplify various difficult words.
Yes, you can remember any data easily using memory concepts like
– Meeting minutes,
– Business data,
– Facts and figures,
– Names and Faces,
– Daily to-do list,
– Personal data,
– Vocabulary etc..
To remember above list of data, you need explore advanced memory concepts. I'll be sharing how to learn advanced memory dynamics on DAY3
To recall numbers requires a deeper understanding of memory dynamics.
According to memory strategy, you must convert the difficult data into simple picture/videos using SIPCAFEE concepts, then you can use visualisation to recall it rapidly
As this is advanced concepts, we've not included as part of Read for Success, However, on DAY3, we'll provide a high level framework .
Try affirmation; you'll most likely be able to solve this problem. If it occurs frequently, you should investigate the underlying situation. This could be the result of previous experiences or future thoughts. If this is a recurring issue, you should get help from a psychologist or therapist.