How to Read Fasterby Rieke F. Consultant
Comprehension and speed reading can be taught. The key is a good speed reading program that shows how to improve reading speed through visualization and change reading habits. Recommended Features
- Your new reading will expand your mind
- No longer struggle with your revision, learning up for examination after examination
- Don't feel pressured under piles of trade papers, books or manuscripts
- No longer worrying about prioritizing your work, because you have SO much reading to do
- Don't feel tired and without inspiration allow your new knowledge to feed you
Review on How to Read FasterWhen I send your eyes and mind on "Speed Reading" it is because according to the National Center for Education Statistics, almost 50% of Americans who took part in The National Adult Literacy Survey don't know how to read well enough to find a single piece of information on a short material. Worse, they can't even make low level inferences based on the material they read.
"What's the big deal?" you may ask. Reading fast may not seem like such an impressive skill to you but it's a valuable life skill that will give you a huge edge in the real world. Whether you're taking a scholarship test or drafting a sales pitch for a prospective client, reading fast is an ability that will come handy, especially when you're trying to beat the clock to finish the exam or your speech. Reading fast lets you learn more in a shorter time. Think about this: if you could shave off 40 minutes every hour you spend reading, you can save 280 minutes a week! That's a lot of time and you can use it to be more productive - start a business, have more time for your family, for example, or sign up for classes online.
Remember, reading opens the door to opportunities. You owe it to yourself to improve your reading comprehension.
You understand that I cannot describe this quick, sophisticated speed reading system that went on to take some of the world's most powerful executives to amazing new heights. Purpose is to bring awareness to an interesting topic that might be very helpful for your daily work.
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