Skipping and Skipping
a flat or rounded stone and throw it, at a low angle, across a
pool of water. The stone bounces across the water several times, then loses
momentum and sinks. The stone covers a great distance
but only briefly touches the surface.
Skipping and skimming is a hit and miss approach to reading. It's
the 'roulette' of speed improvement. The odds of understanding what you read
when you skip-read are extremely low. In fact by reading this way
you feel unfulfilled, empty and
unsatisfied - as if too much information has been lost.
There is a fantastic process
called of PREVIEW (taught in TurboRead). This helps you to sift out what is important
from what is rubbish.
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