Don’t Rush into Touch Typing
Please note that it may take a little more time than you would expect, particularly if you have a bad experience to rework, but at end of the day, a small investment in terms of time will pay off in more benefits than you can imagine.
Points to ponder
I am going to emphasize this point again that successful touch typing takes time and effort. There is nothing ingenious about it – strong determination and hard work will help to eliminate any distractions. If you feel tired, something starts to ache, or everything starts to go wrong, it is the best idea to leave it for another time. You will be amazed at just how quickly your speed and accuracy will build up if you do your part honestly.