• Speed Reading for Beginners

  • An Ultimate Guide to Accelerate Your Reading and Learning Speed to 300% Within 24 Hours
  • By: James Simmons
  • Narrated by: Cliff Weldon
  • Length: 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 04-19-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: wordsforwisdom
  • 2.5 out of 5 stars 2.5 (2 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In business and in life, communication is the key to success. And, as made clear in this book, learning to use the power of personality type is the key to communicating more effectively.
Now, in the same successful format as the best-sellers Do What You Are and Nurture by Nature, this audiobook on the art of speed reading people offers a revolutionary new approach for sizing up people and speaking their language.
The power to be able to "read" another person can be advantageous to a salesperson pitching a customer, a manager trying to motivate an employee, and a teacher attempting to make a point with a student.
Speed reading will affect your productivity, time management, mind, intelligence, and your personal effectiveness in no time. But how? Time is money, and we acquire knowledge from books. Everyone knows that. We can't stop reading books just because it takes our time. But what if we can shorten our reading time? Have you ever dreamt of it? We are not talking about decreasing the number of pages, books, or the effectiveness of reading at all.
Listen to the section on speed reading and the seven simple steps for uncovering unreal reading speed. It will teach you how to double, or triple, your reading speed instantly, right after listening to the last section. After some practice and time, you will able to increase your reading speed up to 10 to 15 times or more, guaranteed! Just imagine, you spend 60 minutes reading a book, and after you apply the methods discussed in this book, you will able to read the same book in 30, or even five, minutes without losing the quality of reading. Sounds crazy? Yes, it sounds like that. But speed reading is a system, proven by years, and by thousands of success stories. In fact, it's not surprising, because we use only five percent of our brain power.
The potential is huge. Imagine if you were running a very old software program on a computer. It would be slow, inefficient, and cause you to waste a lot of time dealing with an outdated interface. You know how frustrating it is when this happens to you on a computer, but do we even notice when we are using old or inefficient mental skills? Think how many times you read every day. And imagine how much more time you would have if you could learn how to speed read. If you are a student, or a professional, who is required to absorb new information on a daily basis, the rewards are, of course, huge. But absolutely anyone can benefit by learning to update this skill set.
Mastering speed reading will allow you to save time, improve comprehension, and skyrocket your time management. Speed reading could just be one of the best productivity hacks there is!
©20 Abraham Wilson (P)2018 wordsforwisdom
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1 out of 5 stars
By Brian Bates on 06-12-18

It's a Broken Record

This is truly a case of you get what you pay for. This audiobook is very shallow in its depth of detail and the how of speed reading. It's very repetitive, and will continually say the same thing in different words.

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