Many people use desperate methods to gather information from their training in their daily work. While everyone knows from experience that things can be different. Supermarkets are crammed with thousands of products. It also costs countless attractive and less attractive people around who have fascinating stories to tell. Nobody has the burden of doing the shopping.
But most people do get spots on their necks when they are asked for the conclusions of a report or a series of articles. Then consider them hours to present information through it, sort and weigh up to a considered response. This can be much faster. Eight tips.

1. Do not read aloud
Once someone aloud all labels and prices in the supermarket hear chanting? Yet most of us read the reports page to page through quietly. Among the most peaceful means reading a text that they not only watch word for word, but they read the text in thoughts. At school we learn to read aloud so the teacher can monitor what we read. We learn desperately monotonous any information to us to take. While the human memory correctly contrast needs to function properly.

2. Decide what you need
At school we learn to think from details. Those who walk into a supermarket, looking quite different. We have goals in mind. See books and reports same way: what I do and what do I need? Make a shopping list of the information you need.

3. Determine how much time you have
You can visit your supermarket range from five minutes to one hours. You determines how much time you have. Also make some time planning your project information search.

4. First look around
In a supermarket we first find the right department. See information that way. How has the writer made up his book? What are his main theses? How he presents information? Are there tables? What concepts are used? After such acquaintance was easier to target areas to browse.

5. Create a map
Many people make their shopping lists. By gathering information and analyzing a problem is not clear beforehand how the list will look like. Start in the middle of a sheet of paper so that all sides room to write down ideas and questions. That is the basic principle of a mindmap. The graphic design fits much information on one sheet, the structure is in a glance and easy to remember. Also is a "map" handy if you want to create another navigating in the information supermarket.

6. Meet the author
Some adhesives can buy in the supermarket. Other in a home. Give your books, reports or articles such place. How does the author wrote? How thorough is it? What sources does he use? Is it someone who himself above profiles? He stands for a given flow? All these factors determine what information an author uses to underpin his argument. You read a lot easier if you recognize this ballast in advance.

7. Another question
Any aversion to certain information or projects can be solved with a good conversation. Talk to someone who is enthusiastic about the matter. So you hear how that person effortlessly organize information. The techniques and information are side issues. The food cooking show's sponsors. DIY stores like to invest in job programs. But in business you have to search for opinions and stimulating experience.

8. Ensure good atmosphere
Supermarkets not to invest anything in background, perspective and a clever layout. They play on time constraints, laziness and hunger. Try to create ideal conditions for digging into the details. Choose an appropriate time. Trade urgent matters first. Pick up some food and drink at any. Ask the right questions to motivate yourself. Think about who you want to talk later about this topic. What questions will they be? How do you get them excited?


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