January 27th, 2011
Sometimes things are so obvious they stare us in the face until we finally stumble upon an epiphany quite out of the blue. Other times we find answers to questions we haven’t yet asked. Take reading for example.
It’s something most people can do reasonably well. But levels of reading speed differ from person to person. We generally learn to read at school, and then go on to reach a certain speed, and then stick to it. Read the rest of this entry »
January 25th, 2011
Speed-reading is a skill that can be learned very quickly – if you have the desire. Like many things in life that individuals seek to master, much practice, and effort has to be applied to get the most out of what they are seeking to learn. It is easier if the desire is there, and can become a struggle if it isn’t.
What is the purpose behind learning to speed-read? Well, just imagine how cool it would be if you could read that newspaper three times more quickly than you can already without losing any Read the rest of this entry »
January 21st, 2011
If you are looking to obtain free speed-reading software from the Internet, then don’t think this will be easy. There are a few sites that purport to give you free downloads – but these are usually only demonstration copies not the full working product.
Other freeware versions of speed-reading software come in short time-limited trial modes, which give you a taste of what is available (usually for a month) after which time some form of fee will have to paid if you want to continue using the product. Read the rest of this entry »
January 18th, 2011
The hard part has been done. You have bought your new 7 Speed Reading computer software eReflect, and now you are all set to learn how to speed-read.
You made the decision to learn by computer for obvious reasons. Attending courses in person is difficult, and time restrictive, and learning on your own through textbooks only isn’t always easy. It is the interactive capabilities of computers, and the Internet that make learning by computer attractive, convenient, and rewarding. For one thing using computer software isn’t restrictive. Read the rest of this entry »
January 13th, 2011
Speed-reading is big news these days. Everyone is doing it as people discover the benefits of being able to read faster, and comprehend more. And as the influence of the media overtakes our lives even more, people have to read more just to keep up, let alone follow, and understand what is going on around them. A recent survey in the United Kingdom concluded that Read the rest of this entry »
January 10th, 2011
When choosing the right software package for our computer needs, it is often difficult to know which is the best one to go for. Sometimes we are influenced by the price, or simply by how the package is presented to us. We might make a choice based on the style of the graphics, if they are nice to look at, and easy on the eye. What we should really be looking at of course is the actual content. Is the package we think looks nice actually going to provide the things we want from it? Read the rest of this entry »
January 4th, 2011
When it comes to learning to speed-read, there are many systems available to choose from. But which is the best?
Obviously, that all depends on the best way of learning that suits you. Not everyone likes attending seminars, or workshops, but there are those that enjoy the interaction. However, not everyone can book the time off, at the right time, to attend such events. There is also the cost. Seminars, and workshops are notoriously expensive. Run by “experts” who Read the rest of this entry »