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Speed Reading Mastery Audiobook
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Speed Reading Mastery Audiobook



by Albert Sirones

  • Narrated by: DMS
  • Length: 3 hrs and 7 mins
  • Release date: 03-13-20
  • Language: English

Speed reading is an ability that is vital to anyone serious about their education in any field. Whether you’d like to be very well informed about world news, or you’re interested in learning a new skill, reading can help – so speed reading can help you even more.

Reading speed is a real improvement for reading. If you speed up reading a nonfiction book, it will not only save time, but it will be more useful than reading it slowly. This is because, along with reading speed, understanding improves – as long as you know how to read speed.

It’s easier to learn how to speed read than you thought. It does not take hours to listen to audiobooks or days to attend seminars – speed reading can be explained in writing perfectly well. You can learn to speed read in just one hour – start now.

By realizing exactly what it takes to read words – these symbol groups – it becomes possible to identify everything, and you need to do so in order to be able to read. These groups of words that we call sentences are all made up of combinations of 26 identifiable squiggles that we call letters.

Speed reading is characterized by an analysis of trade-offs between speed and understanding measures, recognizing that different types of reading require different speeds and rates of understanding and that these rates can be improved with practice.

Improving retention of information provides us with many advantages. One is the ability to remember everyday lessons better. It is undoubtedly necessary to improve reading skills to increase reading speed and to improve reading comprehension. By approaching reading material differently, this is the easiest and most effective way to improve your reading skills.

Practice reading without your understanding of it being a big concern. That sounds odd but loosening your eyes works. Comprehension lags for a while, but it makes an amazing difference when it catches up. Practice helps you to read quicker.

Having said, that speed reading is an essential element no matter what stage you are at in your life. There are a number of circumstances under which being able to speed read may not be overly beneficial. These include if you have a problem reading. Speed reading techniques are using cluster methods. In other words, the reader needs to group entire paragraphs and read them by skim. But, if a person has a reading disability that doesn’t allow them to process paragraph clustering easily, then this can lead to a feeling of shame, discomfort, or even slowness. 

A speed reading technique thus helps you not only read faster, but also understand more of what you’ve read, and hence remember. Whether you are a student studying for your exams or a specialist in any field that requires your knowledge bank to be constantly updated, breakthrough reading pace is the secret to easing your “information overload”. Possessing it is a very useful skill, although you may not always like to use it – as with reading poetry, where you want to read slowly to savor every single word to the fullest.

It is important to understand the factors that make reading slow before learning a speed reading technique and the top secrets of reading speed at breakthrough. 

Below is some of the content:

  • Speed reading
  • Learning to speed read
  • How to study speed reading
  • Why do you not learn to speed read
  • How to learn speed reading quickly and efficiently
  • Discover a world speed reading record that broke the program!
  • Various speed reading techniques
  • Can mastering speed reading make you smarter
  • Excel in school by understanding how to speed read
  • Secrets to breakthrough learning speed

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Albert Sirones




3 hrs and 7 mins

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