October 28th, 2010
If you’ve tried out some speed reading tips you researched over the net, and find that you have an aptitude for it, you might want to invest in a good training software. There are a good many of these around, and we’ll take a look here at some of the best.
One of the nicest speed reading softwares available todays is Read the rest of this entry »
October 26th, 2010
It’s hardly necessary to elaborate the advantages of learning speed reading. No matter what sort of intellectual activity you engage in, no matter what your interests or professional field, the chances are that learning speed reading is something that has the potential of vastly enhancing your abilities, as you absorb new knowledge faster and understand it and Read the rest of this entry »
October 22nd, 2010
Many people don’t realize just how much they could possibly increase their reading speed. It’s possible that they don’t realize the awesome potential of the human mind. Let’s put it this way – your brain processes information through networks of synapses. Now, these networks can be virtually infinite, meaning that if humans could only tap into this power, the potential of the human mind is Read the rest of this entry »
October 19th, 2010
If you’re reading this article, you’re here to learn about how to improve your reading speed. Well, I’ll be elaborating on a lot of tips and tricks here, but before you even begin, you need to measure what your reading speed is at the moment. Because if you don’t do that you won’t be able to measure your progress as you improve, and that measure of your progress is what will Read the rest of this entry »
October 14th, 2010
When you first start working with a speed reading software, especially one of the more complex ones like 7 Speed Reading, you might be a little worried about where to begin. Well, most softwares have special beginners modules and a training schedule to help you out, but I’ll be going over how to use speed reading software in detail right here in this article. Generally speaking, most software that you’ll come across that train you in speed reading use a few different methods to Read the rest of this entry »
October 12th, 2010
It’s not hard to master speed reading techniques with the proper understanding of the methods involved, and the right training. And it is a wonderful thing to be able to read books in next to no time at all, to be able to go through vast amounts of information, sort it mentally, categorizing it, selecting and absorbing the crucial aspects while discarding the irrelevant.
If knowledge is power, speed reading puts vast power at your fingertips, because it allows you to acquire knowledge quickly and easily. And in this world where the Internet is so powerful, and knowledge is just a browser window distant, the ability to Read the rest of this entry »
October 8th, 2010
There’s a considerable difference between mechanically reading at high speeds and actually understanding anything of what you read. In other words, what I’m talking about here is the difference between merely reading text and actually comprehending it.
This is a crucial aspect of any form of reading, because we rarely read for the Read the rest of this entry »
October 5th, 2010
If you’re interested in speed reading, there’s one thing that you really need to understand beforehand. Speed reading works differently with different kinds of subject matter. Text that contains a great deal of detailed information, especially lots of facts, will take time to read through, no matter what. Of course, even here there are physical techniques that can improve your reading speed, but don’t expect to do much more than double your reading speed if you’re reading scientific texts, for example. Legal contracts, where the meaning can Read the rest of this entry »