Why is reading the road at 70 miles per hour, easier than reading a book at 200 words per minute? When you think about it logically, the opposite should be true. After all, there are so many things you have to do in many missions while you're driving the road. By the way, the answer to this question has the secret of super fast reading.
When driving, you need to focus on your attention in four directions. You need to look front, rear, right and left. In a book, you only have to concentrate in front of you. So driving should be much harder than reading a book. In fact, there are so many other tasks involved in driving, reading a book should definitely seem easier. But it is not. Let you explore this deviation or the curious fact closer.
While reading the train, you need to perform a number of other tasks. Just think of some of the complex to perform many of these essential tasks. You need to watch your gas meter so you do not run out of gas. You need to watch the speedometer to make sure you do not get a ticket. You have to watch the road so you do not make an accident or go walking. What about reading the various road signs like return and exit? In addition, your driving instructions must be observed. Whether you are using a GPS or reading the instructions for printing, make sure that you follow the appropriate instructions. But this is just the tip of the iceberg as you will see.
Performing all these tasks is so boring that you will definitely turn on the radio for activation. At the same time if someone else is in the car, you will probably have to talk to them. If the law allows, you will probably also talk on your mobile phone. In many cases you may be doing all of this at the same time. Still, you're bored when driving.
Why do you drive a car, but do all of these tasks easier than reading a book? That's the next part to "Super Secret To Speed Reading" and I'll provide the answer in my next article.