Thursday, September 10, 2009

Different approach to speed reading

Boy, I'll tell you what, this is going to take some time to learn, but I'm a slow reader who has to read every single word on a page. I'm going to give this a try, but since my attention span is kind of short, I foresee a lot of work ahead for me. Hopefully, I'll remember to spend five or ten minutes a day using this method. My old brain doesn't want to learn new things.

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  1. I don't know about that. I think I prefer reading slowly!

  2. Iv'e seen this guy everywhere but im curious as to where he found out how to do this. I used revitupreading, worked wonders.

  3. well i need to read fast in some test or when reading course book, but this method does not looks effective coz through this i can skip many things.

  4. Just wanted to say I'm on the same path - writer on the way to publication. Of course first I have to finish a book to submit. Oh, and find an agent. And get my name out there. And make time in my day to write. And keep my inspiration going...Just wanted to give you a "cheers!" and let you know I'm on the path as well. Join me at SouthernCityMysteries for my journey.
    In commiseration,

  5. Speed reading can be done by almost anyone willing to take the time to learn some simple technique and tricks.

    Practicing time reading is also good, set up a timer and see how much you read in one minute, and in five minutes. Try and honestly guess how much did you get from the text and try to beat yourself at this over and over again, until you start to feel that you have improved. Practice, practice and practice more.