Find a valid reason, in other words, the answer to the question: “Why am I doing this?” Do you want to enhance your knowledge in a particular field, broaden your horizons, or just test yourself? Repeat this every time if you want to throw a book. This will be the best motivation.
Divide the daily number of pages🔺
On average, a book has 250-300 pages. Simple mathematics tells you that to cope a book, you need to read 40-50 pages a day. Not much, right? But this is not the point. In order to train yourself and discipline, you can initially try to read these pages not just a day, but at a time. But later, break up and combine as you see fit.
Make reading a habit, not a task. Physical. As you wake up in the morning, you go to wash and brush your teeth, so reading daily page rate should become a ritual.
Use every moment🔺
Read wherever the opportunity falls. Listen to the audio during a lunch break or while walking.
Put aside an uninteresting book🔺
If the book is not “coming out” with a plaster cast or the story is not pleasant, and it is written so that you don’tt get any pleasure from reading – in this case, you can not torture yourself and move on to reading the next one.