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Speed reading is a communication skill that can shave hours of work off of almost anything you do in life. This "niche" skill has been around for hundreds of years but in recent years it has resurfaced as a relevant life hack skill. Whatever your reason for learning to speed read, whether you are reading books, newspapers, reports, memos, letters, or emails, Speed Reading is a skill that will give you a tremendous edge. Instead of staying later at the office to read through another manual or report, save time by reading faster and get out of the office. Use your spare time to read more books - in less time.
Why Speed Read?
Not only can speed reading save you hours of time during work, but also it can increase comprehension. Learning to speed read is learning to visualize information with a new perspective. By analyzing and envisioning words more efficiently one is able to grasp the meaning and consequently, read faster. As a final benefit, this method of interpreting words actually helps to improve memory retention from reading.
These speed reading tactics will help entrepreneurs, business owners, politicians, and professionals save time churning through the never-ending, yet essential reports, documents, and emails essential to their business bottom line.
You Will Learn The 7 Tactics To Speed Read Faster
Tip 1: Choosing material selectively
Tip 2: Main ideas and summaries
Tip 3: The 80/20 rule
Tip 4: Increasing reading speed
Tip 5: Speed drills and why you should do them
Tip 6: Maximizing retention
Tip 7: Taking notes: how, when, and why
Buy this book to learn essential speed reading tactics that will help save time, improve memory and increase profits.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Cody Rauh on 07-17-17
slightly better than the other book.
I feel this book is more detailed than the other speed reading book on audible. However still seems to give generic knowledge and fails to highlight in depth skills.
Great concept yet still poor in execution. maybe it is the pretentious sounding voice of the narrator, trying too hard to sound official and but just coming off as dogmatic in material presented.