We’re obsessed with remembering what we read.
This is the biggest hurdle to reading more:
We must realize we are never going to remember every word we read.
The fact is: 99% of don’t have a photographic memory. We have a regular, boring, average memory. We might read a book 10 times and pick up something new.
That’s perfectly natural.
Every time you read a book, you are a different reader. You’ll react to the content of the book differently, based on your circumstances–ex. mood, knowledge, new ideas you’ve learned, etc.
I can promise you this: You will remember 0% of the zero books you read if you allow perfectionism to stand in your way.x