Read to Know, Read to Comprehend

I like analyzing, including things that most others would not care about. There is a difference between reading to know and reading to comprehend.

With our busy lives, we usually just have time to skim read so that we can move on to the next thing. Reading to know is a good thing when used at the right times.

If you are "learning"/reading about a topic related to your area of business or where you want to be considered an expert in, then you must read to comprehend. Read the information and the information that it links to.

~ Simply Advanced ~

ps - I got bored halfway though this and decided to make it much shorter that what it was originally going to be.

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