Knowingly, there is a very high vote question: Chinas current social stratum, in the end solidified or not solidified? There are many respondents. Some people say that in the process of solidification, it is difficult for the children of poor families to enter the upper echelons of society.
Others retort that no, Ma Yun, Ma Huateng and so on are not all bare-handed, they have accomplished the stratum crossing by their own efforts. Later, when I saw Luo Pangs answer in The Learning of Our Generation, I suddenly understood.
Luo Pang said, Its very simple. Its cured, but its not cured. Whats the key difference? If you have knowledge, can you complete the cognitive upgrade? The explosive value of knowledge may change your life and ultimately help you complete the stratum crossing. So, do you think the knowledge anxiety of our generation is not too great?
Yes, this is an era of knowledge explosion. On the one hand, the existing knowledge is updated and iterated at the rate of 10% every year. We can acquire the desired knowledge through various channels, and learn, grow and realize it quickly.
On the other hand, too many books, too much knowledge, and people are unable to start - even if they spend their whole life, what do not only read every day, but also see only a hair of nine cattle, can not it not make people despair?
This is the knowledge anxiety and learning anxiety of our generation. More importantly, it is also deepening, rapid evolution - the real cow people have read, learning as a way of life, if you do not have the awareness of lifelong learning, then you have lagged behind.
Faced with such a complex and rapidly changing era, how should individuals cope with knowledge anxiety? The only way is to constantly upgrade our knowledge. For most ordinary people, the most effective and cost-effective way to upgrade their awareness is probably to read books.
However, reading has become a luxury increasingly, and many peoples reading plans always end in failure. It takes four or five days to read a book with 200,000 words, but you cant afford it more and more. After all, to survive, most of the time is spent working hard, and the rest of the time is limited.
So the question arises: what kind of reading do we need to complete the cognitive upgrade in a limited time? How do we deal with the relationship between limited time and reading?
There are no smart people Ive met in my life (smart people from all walks of life) who dont read every day - no, none of them. So says Charlie Munger, Buffetts golden partner.
Thats right, but its not perfect enough. In this world, there are many people who love reading, but few who can read.
Really smart people not only love reading, but also can read. They spend very little time in reading, but they often gain more knowledge, insights, ideas and methods than others. It is this efficient reading that makes them faster and more successful than others.
Lian Yue also said that many people like reading, but they cant read. They waste too much time on rotten books. Anyone who grows up to be a reader goes through some rotten books: these books may have destroyed many peoples lives, perhaps wasted some of our lives, made us weak, and made us lose common sense.
So the less experience you have, the better. Take the shortest road to become a good reader.
So what is the shortest way and how to become a reader?
In fact, everyone can have their own methods and specific skills about how to read, but if we can achieve these two points, we will get twice the result with half the effort.
First, keep away from bad books and try to get in touch with good ones. Someone once asked the writer A Cheng, how to choose so many books that they cant finish reading now? The writer replies: To read a book, we still need to read big books. When we read big books, many small books do not need to read.
Secondly, make good use of fragmentation time for reading. Dont dislike, complain, criticize or even fight against fragmentation, because those fragmentation time was simply wasted before. Making good use of fragmentation time and getting real knowledge is a skill that modern people must develop.
It is entirely possible for human beings to develop new ways of learning. To achieve the ultimate convenience and effectiveness of fragmentation reading will be more valuable and more opportune than fighting against fragmentation.
So, if you think:
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