December 30th, 2010
Innovations abound all around us in an on-going effort to reach higher levels of service, and increase improvements in areas that already exist. New techniques, methods, processes, skills, there is always somebody out there looking to make things better.
For students looking for the best tools for learning how to speed-read, reviewing what is on offer is a must to ensure they get the right program to suit their needs. The best programs combine good teaching, with Read the rest of this entry »
December 28th, 2010
As with anything we choose to do, there are usually too many choices. When it comes to learning, it is perhaps easier if one decides what form of learning suits us best. Do you prefer one-to-one tuition, or group workshops? Are you good at studying on your own with paper and pen, or do you work best using computers?
When it comes to choosing the best method of learning to speed-read, such choices Read the rest of this entry »
December 24th, 2010
There are so many good books out there to read. And so little time to read them. You feel like you want to read them all at once, just so you know what everyone was talking about. That would be cool, wouldn’t it? To be able to read all the books you ever wanted to, all at once. Sounds kooky?
Well, not really. Read the rest of this entry »
December 21st, 2010
John F. Kennedy used to do it, and he also encouraged his staff to follow his example. No, we’re not talking about having dinner dates with Marilyn Monroe – but setting aside time to learn how to Speed Read.
JFK, who would arguably have been the greatest President the United States ever had given long enough to prove it, was an avid supporter of speed-reading. It no doubt enabled him to Read the rest of this entry »
December 10th, 2010
Learning to read faster could be the best investment you have ever made in your life. It may not seem like it at the time – but if you can master the simple techniques and put them into practice, you will find your life enhanced three-fold, if not more. Being able to read faster than you already do will open up so many new possibilities in your work, or study, or indeed general day-to-day activity.