I'm sure you would agree that we learn a lot from books. There is one thing however which you need when planning on reading and completing a number of books - time. I've got quite a few books that I have purchsed on a number of subjects that I'm interested in. I have found though that I start to read a new book I buy and then leave it for ages.
That is another project of mine, to complete all these books before buying any more, I know that will not happen though. It's not that I get bored of them. It is more like finding some time when I am in the right mood and also having the motivation at the same time.
I suppose I have time during every day to read books, I have enough time to read stuff online so that's not so much of the issue. I'm sure most people would prefer some quiet time to read and also be in the right location. What I need is to get working to a routine again, with regards to reading these books. Once I achieve that, I'll be back on track.
After all, learning is important and fun when you are actually interested in what you are trying to learn - sometimes we are forced to learn things we don't care for, such as a number of subjects at school for example. Most people don't learn when they are not interested in the subject matter so the sooner some people understand that fact, the better.
I'm not sure which book shall I continue reading first. The one I have got through the most or one that is important, in relation to certification for example. Spending some time on a number of books, well that can be negative as information overload can occur. One at a time is better I think.Post ID: 520, posted by jase at 12:03 AM
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