If I told you that you could read an entire book in an afternoon, would you believe me?
When we were taught how to read growing up, we were taught to read slowly. These poor reading habits hold us back, and it's why so many people don't enjoy reading.
But reading can be faster, more fun, and more fulfilling than ever before once you learn the best reading strategies for your learning type.
In this short book, you'll discover proven strategies to read faster without having to:
- Practice speed-reading techniques for hours and hours
- Skim text and risk missing crucial information
- Read cliff notes or shortened versions of a book
This book combines the best lessons from speed reading techniques, neuroscience, and modern technology to allow you to read faster and comprehend more than you ever thought possible - and you will start reading faster today!
Say goodbye to slow reading forever!
I have always been a slow reader. I could never focus long enough to read an entire book. I often forgot what I had just read, and had to re-read sentences over and over again. Reading was a frustrating, slow, and painful experience, so I tried to make up for my poor reading skills by studying more and working harder.
And it worked...but I wanted more. I wanted to be able to read more, learn more, and, most importantly, remember more.
If you've quit reading more books than you can remember because of boredom or frustration, this book will change your life - and every book from now on will be a "quick read" for you.
Everything changed when I developed this new way to get through entire books very fast....
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- Amazon Customer
awaken memory of other books on the subject.
Encouraged to reread.and make better use of this book. Thanks for all you have shared.
- Professor R
great easy to learn concept!
the information provided was easy to understand and well written and I'm excited about what I learned and feel that it will be something that I would easily be able to deploy in my own personal life.
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- S. Lovejoy
Simple, Modern reading help
What I hate about the obvious is that I miss it so often. The tools Debbie Drum uses and recommends in this method are readily available and have been in my possession for quite some time. It takes a very good mine to look at something many of us take for granted and see potential that everyone else missed.