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Publisher's Summary

In our rapidly changing and information-driven society, the ability to learn quickly is the single most important skill. Whether you're a student, a professional, or simply pursuing a new hobby, you are forced to grapple with an every-increasing amount of information and knowledge. We've all experienced the frustration of an ever-growing reading list, struggling to learn a new language, or forgetting things you worked so hard to learn.


Speed reading with high (80%+) comprehension and understanding
Memory techniques for storing and recalling vast amounts of information quickly and accurately
Developing the cognitive infrastructure to support this flood of new information long-term
You'll even learn how to apply these skills many aspects of your everyday life, from remembering phone numbers to acquiring new skills or speaking new languages.

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©2015 Jonathan Levi (P)2015 Jonathan Levi
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1 out of 5 stars
By Kate on 08-21-15

Hard to follow without hardcopy book and syllabus.

The author keeps referencing things not accessible through audio. Kind of pointless as a book to listen to in the car if references homework in a syllabus that cant be viewed. Also references websites, and TedTalks.

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