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Speed Reading: Your Fast Track Ticket to Knowledge: Speed Reading, Speed Reading

Speed Reading

Your Fast Track to Knowledge

By Michael Chapman

http://PersonalityDevelopmentMastery.com

© 2016 Michael Chapman

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Understanding Speed Reading

Misconceptions

Sub-Vocalization

Regression

Fixation Speed

Poor Concentration

Approaching Reading Linearly

Prioritising

Skinning/Skimming

Scanning

Meta Guiding

Speed Reading Software

Quantum Speed Reading

PhotoReading

Skipping Small Words

Warming Up

Pointer Method

Embedded Dictionaries

Using Blink Block Reading Methods

Focus

Meditation

Breathing Exercises

30-Day Reading Schedule

[] Introduction

First off – thank you for taking the time to download Speed Reading: Your Fast Track Ticket to Knowledge!

My name is Michael Chapman, and I’ve been lucky enough to have been able to augment and use speed reading to my advantage for many years. I know of many people who would clearly benefit from using this skill, but don’t know how to go about mastering and learning it.

If this sounds like a problem you are facing, then I would be more than happy to help you fix that conundrum. All you have to do is keep reading on, and we’ll discuss everything to do with the power of speedreading. In this guide, we’ll cover many specific elements but the first thing you have to know is that speed reading involves rapidly taking in information quickly, usually several sentences at once.

In this book, then, you will learn to understand the power of speed reading by learning about major techniques such as;

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p<>{color:#000;}. Understanding the importance of speed reading and why it plays such a major role in your personal development.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Various misconceptions regarding this technique.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Forms of speed reading as well as related skills like regression and sub-vocalization.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Improving your concentration to make your times reading far more comfortable on the mind.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Helping to change the way that you read using skills like meta guiding, skinning or skimming, and making the most of quality tools to choose your speed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Using speed reading software to help you create the right kind of approach here. From using EyeQ to Ace Reader, this is the perfect solution for all.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Making the most of skills like photographic reading and other associated techniques.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Learning how to handle vital skills such as warming up the mind, using a pointer, or even making use of an embedded dictionary for quicker learning about new words.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ensuring that your time using this kind of technique will help you become far more comfortable as a person.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Using skills such as meditation and breathing exercises, you can become far more adept at the various skills which are involved in becoming a better speed reader.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Getting used to skipping smaller terms that aren’t needed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. A 30-day reading schedule that will help you begin to tidy up the cracks in your reading skills.

Since this book is designed to help people begin to overcome their typical problems when it comes to speed reading, it can be a vital learning aid. With our help you can make sure that you are growing, improving and changing to fit the style of what is around you. If you want to make sure this can be the case continually, then read on!

You’ll find in this book that it can help you;

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p<>{color:#000;}. Become a faster, more effective speak reader.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Feel more comfortable with the actual format of speed reading itself.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Understand and appreciate the challenges that are associated with speed reading.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Make it easier to find a solution that actively works in the way that you had intended.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Help you get to grips with the challenges associated with speedreading.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Improving your self-confidence and inner belief, making your life much easier.

Ready to start your journey towards safer, simpler learning? Then let’s get started!

[] Understanding Speed Reading

To understand speed reading, you first have to know why you would even need to use that skill in the first place. Most people tend to see it as something you use to cram when studying, or to take in a piece of legislation looking for only the key points. However, speed reading tends to have a lot more to it than this – making the learning and mastery of speed reading a tough task to accomplish.

The most common form of speed reading is probably skimming, or scanning. This is the process where you fly through a sentence looking only for major clues to the meaning. For some people this is a natural instinct, for others it takes many years to learn and master.

Normal reading would take us around 200-300 words per minute, but with the above it’s to take in over 500, usually 700.

This naturally makes it a very powerful weapon to have on your side, and means putting in a lot of effort to get the accuracy right. When looking for a specific phrase or term, it can be very useful – when searching for new information, it’s less effective than before.

[] Misconceptions

Like every other form of reading, there are major misconceptions about what speed reading actually involves. For one, speed reading is not to do with the speed but the control of the reading. It’s a common belief that using speed reading is a new technique, but in truth is should have – and looks to have been – the original reading technique.

Archaic and imbalanced reading habits have instead taken over, leading us to the inefficient way that many people read today. It’s also untrue that by speed reading you will learn how to take in more information. Regardless of how fast you can read, we all have our limits of the level of information you are capable of taking in at any given time.

The real focus of speed reading should be this; the faster that you learn how to read, the more you need to focus on taking information in. From taking summaries as you speed read to using techniques like multiple readings or even constant recalling, you can make speed reading an effective ally.

Whatever your reason for learning this skill, you’ll find that it takes practice and needs to be used in the right context. Now, let’s take a look at some of the common problems people make when reading which might facilitate the need to change reading techniques.

[] Sub-Vocalization

One of the major obstacles that people when trying to improve their reading quality and speed is an overuse of sub-vocalization. This term (you may have heard it referred to as auditory re-assurance in the pat) is one you should become familiar with. It’s a very common reading habit and can make your learning more engrossing, but much slower. In the world of speed reading, this is obviously a major problem!

Sub-vocalization is the format of saying words into your mind as you read. It’s a major reason why people tend to read slowly and also a big reason why some people try to improve their reading speed but fail. When you have to say every word to yourself, it would become a train of thought that would frustrate trying to sub-vocalize as you speed read.

Whilst eliminating the habit when built up over a lifetime is nearly impossible, you can do certain tricks to try and limit the amount it occurs. Remember, elimination would be very tough so instead you have to limit the potential problems.

Fixing the Problem

So, how can you try and limit sub-vocalization in your head? What solutions exist that could potentially lighten the load in your mind?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Remember that when you read it’s not about the words themselves, but the ideas that they actually portray. A word used without any context is just that, a word.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Try and only concentrate on the words that aren’t there to just make other words make sense.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Many words are used for grammatical purposes and nothing else, so get into the habit of avoiding these.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Roughly, the average reading and talking speed is around the same – anything from 150-250 words. When you sub-vocalize you are limited to only going at this speed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Try and summarize some more when you are talking into your mind, as you will be more likely to speed up. Instead of “The man ran down the street” sub-vocalize this to “man ran down street”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The above will make a slow but considered difference as time goes on, and can be a useful tool for helping to minimize sub-vocalization. If you really need to make some progress quickly on this then you should definitely try and use your hand to run through the words. It will help you mentally grapple words together and avoid fixating, thus slowing you down.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Try and listen to some relaxing music as you read. Go onto YouTube and look for ‘music for concentration’ to find plenty of inspiration!

This will take time to get used to, but it is by no means impossible. Sub-vocalization, though, is one of the first major problems people tend to occur when trying to improve reading speed. If you are in the same boat, try out the above and you might just notice a gradual but effect change in the speed you can read at.

[] Regression

One common problem that many people can find when trying to learn how to speed read is a constant return to what is known as Regression. Regression is a behavioral act whereby when we read, we go back and re-read something again and again.

This is to try and drum in the message, or try and make sure that we agree in our minds with what the writing actually says.

Whilst not always a bad thing when studying a piece, in the aspect of speed reading it’s not a good idea. You want to, when possible, avoid regression. You can learn how to avoid dealing with regression but it does take some time, and it will need you to be willing to work through the challenging process.

There’s no quick fix, but in the end you will feel much more at home concentrating on writing without regression.

The two most common reasons for regressing in the first place actually comes from either a lack of concentration, or a lack of confidence. Naturally, this can leave you feeling like you don’t understand what you are reading, so you have to re-read it because you’re not intelligent enough to get it.

Thankfully, this is all in the mind and can be overcome relatively easily. The best way to deal with regression is one simple technique. To pull it off, you need only;

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p<>{color:#000;}. Start reading, and keep reading until you feel committed to doing it. This means not letting your eyes and mind wander off the page, where you have actually got the “full attention” of the book. It takes time, but we all get there.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Now, make sure you have a piece of white paper handy. Fold it down the middle. Take the folded set of paper, and drag it down the line that you read it as you go. Keep pushing until you finish the page, and rinse & repeat.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This is a simple yet extremely effective way to combat the powerful problems that regression can cause. Never remove the paper as it defeats the exercise and means you’ll never truly begin to move on from the annoyance of regression.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Regression is something that, if you want to become a comfortable and fluent speed reader, you will need to rid yourself of – using this technique, it’s simple.

[] Fixation Speed

Another common trait that we can have quite common problems with when learning to speed read is known as fixation speed. Fixation is a problem that we can’t really help. We do tend to fixate with our eyes even when we don’t intend to. Whilst it’s something we can’t help, it does come back to slow down reading speed if you let it.

Fixation is, obviously, needed. If we never fixated and stopped moving our eyes all the time, we would just see the world as a major blur. The problem with fixation when speed reading is that it traps your thinking onto something that is, for the purposes of speed reading, no longer relevant.

Since your eyes more or less have to keep going when speed reading, the time for fixation becomes extremely narrow. You’ll be going from right to left until you reach the end of the section you intend to read to – therefore, fixation is a bit of a problem as it kills your flow.

This is because our eyes do a lot of activity that we don’t even realize. They don’t just fixate, they also go through a process known as saccades. Saccades are moments of extremely fast eye movement that occur as the eye begins to close in and fixate on a target, and then when it changes focus from one to the next.

When this occurs, the eyes then have that split second to take in a bit about the word they are seeing. It’s not down to just comprehension of what you read, it’s about how you actually read entirely.

It’s very possible to speed up the speed and the nature of your starts and stops, making it for your eyes to continue along in a continuous fashion. For anyone who wishes to become a good speed reader, this is going to be absolutely necessary.

The fastest way to remove fixation, then, is to learn to stop reading every single word. This is a major problem that slows us down, and means that we read much slower. This makes us read at speeds of as slow as four words per second, which is really not fast enough if you want to be a good speed reader.

The easiest solution to improve the ability to not have to read every word is to improve your vocabulary. This might sound simplistic, but it really is a case of improving comprehension at many points.

The quicker you can comprehend the general idea of the words thanks to recognizing nearly every word, you can then fly through a sentence with relative ease. This is going to make it much quicker for you in the long-term to become a better speed reader.

Why? Because you recognize more words. Fixation tends to come from a lack of certainty about a word, or a phrase. It throws you and puts off your flow, ruining your speed reading potential. A broader vocabulary is all that you need to deal with fixation!

[] Poor Concentration

Of course, another candidate for a lack of reading strength and credentials comes from a lack of concentration. When speed reading, you have to actually take in what you are reading, otherwise what is the point?

This means that you need to have good concentration to be a strong speed reader.

Here are some tips that you can use to help get rid of poor concentration, as it usually stems from one of the following;

Read on Rested Days

Have you had a day where you find yourself going to bed only for a few hours? Then don’t try and read the next day. You should always read when you have had a good sleep the day before.

Speed reading on a tired mind is a waste of time, and this is likely to hamper the concentration and quality of information intake from your reading.

Understand the Main Idea

Before attempting to speedread any product, you should make sure you understand the main idea of it first. Never try and speedread something on your first attempt. Doing this is likely to make you fixate and get confused, as you try and grasp the general plot.

This will drive down your levels of understanding of the text. Take some time to learn about the general idea before moving forward.

Read In the Mornings

Try and read early on in the morning, as this is when you are most likely to get a strong and active response from your mind. When you try to read after a long day at work or dealing with children, for example, you’ll find that you read “normally”.

For speed reading you want to be at your sharpest, so reduce the chances of concentration being out by reading ahead of time.

Make Reading an Event

A great way to try and make sure you stay concentrated is make reading your “thing” for the day. Make it an actual event that you look forward to, rather than something to pass the time. When you pick up a book to pass the time or to try and take your mind off something, it rarely works even when reading normally.

So, don’t try and speed read when you don’t feel right. Instead, set time aside for it so that it’s something to look forward to. Now, when you read, you should feel far more committed to the speed reading process.

Get the Right Environment

Just like reading in the right time of the day improves concentration, so does the environment. Find a room with good natural lighting that is not interfering with your vision or the book, and also make sure it has at least some kind of proofing from background noise.

The right environment makes as big a difference as any technique we can show you. Getting the right kind of environment and mind-set is vital for good speedreading, so make sure you take this into account.

Once you get the right setting, poor concentration should be a thing of the past!

[] Approaching Reading Linearly

One major issue that people tend to make when they are trying to learn how to speed read is that they approach the topic in a linear fashion. Linear reading is going to be something that many people do without even knowing it, and can be like getting caught in quicksand for your speed reading potential.

Therefore, dealing with linear reading should be an immediate priority. To know if you read in a linear fashion, simply consider if you always read left to right. If you do, then fair enough – this is what we were all taught. After all, why would you want to read backwards?

We read from the beginning of the story to the end, and we take no kind of creative approach.

Non-linear reading, though, is vital for good speed reading. When you can learn to skip out sections as they lack any real note or substance, and comprehending them is a waste of time/effort, you’ll become a much faster reader.

Linear reading is seen as “real” reading – taking it all in, not avoiding any part of the story, and getting in all the facts. However, non-linear reading is a vital skill for speed reading when you want to find very specific information quickly.

For this reason, learning how to read in a non-linear fashion is very important.

The best example of this for speed reading would probably be looking for a particular product description. Let’s say you are comparing five different washing machines, and you want to find one that has the best warranty.

Well, rather than read all of these product descriptions over and over again until you spot it, you can use non-linear reading to look for it.

It speeds up the process of reading massively and is likely to give you a better sense of comprehension, too. Non-linear reading lets us get ahead of parts that lack any context for what we want to learn.

Even when speed reading a story, there are usually parts which aren’t particularly necessary to be read with the same detail as other sections of the book are likely to be.

For anyone who wants to use speed reading for finding information, losing a linear-only frame of mind is vital. There is no need or duty to read every word of a piece of content. You can find that, for example, a section re-affirms what you already know or comprehend.

There is no need to read this other than to “tick the box”. If you have read it in the past, or you know what is’ telling you with just a brief glimpse, don’t stick to tradition.

Linear reading is taught early in life as it’s important for children to get as much exposure to wording as they can. As an adult trying to learn speed reading, you can use your experience and knowledge to know when something should be in a linear fashion, and when non-linear reading will help you speed read it much quicker.

Now that we’ve taken a look at many of the problems that can slow us down in terms of speed reading, how do we get quicker? What exists that we can use to make sure we get quicker at our ability to speed read any kind of chosen material?

[] Prioritising

One of the most effective skills that you can use in helping yourself become more accustomed with speed reading is to learn how to make priorities in your reading.

Every piece of reading that we will ever read has some kind of main point that can, when speed reading, be extracted by prioritizing that particular message.

Whilst easier said than done, it’s a majorly effective way of making sure you understand the piece whilst helping you read it much faster.

The simplest way to make sure that you can learn how to prioritize is to start looking for key themes within the topic.

A quick level of inspection into what the main gist of the topic is can be a great way to start moving forward accordingly with your speed reading improvement.

By simply inspecting what is to come, you become far more likely to understand the topic when speed reading. By learning how to read so quickly you have to know what you can and cannot leave out.

Prioritization, then, means having to find what the main parts of the topic are and finding out what you do have to read.

For example, if you are reading any kind of story then you need to keep an eye out for words with any kind of capitalization. It’s an immediate flag that it matters – it could be a name or a location, or a specific item, topic or even an organization.

Keep an eye for this kind of capitalization as you speed read as it does give you an idea that it was worth paying attention to.

But what about when you have to speed read a group of different topics?

The best way to make sure you can prioritize when speed reading a group is to prioritize then in terms of chronology.

What comes first?

You should try and read all articles in the right order as a priority. This is going to make it much easier to find out the major elements of what you have to talk about and it will help you understand the future papers.

Whilst you should always look to make a priority in terms of what parts to look out – capital letters, speeches and conversations, anything with a reference – you need to look out for chronology, too.

You’ll spend your time falling into negative traits like going over old topics once again if you read the topics out of order.

Now, let’s take a look at two very useful topics that are part of the speed reading – skinning and scanning. Both are vital for accuracy when speed reading and can help you prioritize much easier, too!

[] Skinning/Skimming

Another great tool for becoming a better speed reader is to learn about skinning, or skimming depending on where you live.

Skinning is a very useful tool that you can use to make sure you can fly through any reading element in less time than ever. However, it does only work for use when you are trying to find the main idea – detail tends to be lost when skinning

It works best with factual materials, as fictional material tends to need the help of context and facts to make it work. That being said, you can use skinning for topics of fiction that you already know and just need to confirm something.

With skimming, you’ll be reducing your overall take-in of the subject at the expensive of finding the major information much faster.

Skimming takes place when we want to read extremely fast and means being sure we come out with the major – usually singular – detail needed.

How to Skim

Skimming means that you have to learn how to understand how to move through pages looking for only specifics. You have to have some form of structure before you start or it’s not likely to come off in any great capacity.

What you are reading has to make sense and it has to carry a purpose – so, how do you work that out?

The best way to work out what to skim through is to try and come up with some basic keywords to look out for. This is the easiest way to get started, but it’s not definitive. That being said, a few “must-stop” keywords will make sure you know generally what to look for.

Probably the easiest way to skim, though, is to only read the first sentence of each paragraph. It provides you with a rough idea of what is to come, and works as the “topic sentence”.

This is a major benefit and one that makes sure you can get the rough idea of what is to come.

If it sounds like what you are looking for then by all means keep reading.

The main idea of being able to skim is to make sure you aren’t reviewing pointless material when you only just need one fact.

Skimming should be used when you know where to look and roughly what you need to find, meaning you can get moving quickly.

When you don’t quite know what you are looking for, though, skimming is not as powerful as it could have been. Skimming is most effective when you use it for finding that one particular topic, not when you need any kind of depth or knowledge of the subject.

Therefore, using skimming works best when it’s with a topic you already have a basis for. Skimming is useful for finding specific information that you have to relocate, too, meaning that it is a very useful skill to have in speed reading.

Mastering skimming is going to play a big role in making sure you get used to speed reading – but what of scanning instead?

[] Scanning

Next up, we’ll be taking a look at a technique knowing as scanning. Scanning is, on the face of it, very similar to the same overall idea and context of skimming. When you scan, you are merely here for one piece of information and one piece only.

With skimming you know roughly what you are here for but will be happy to make additional notes and find out more as you go.

Scanning, though, is speed reading with one singular purpose and main aim – to find the information that tags along exactly with what you are looking for in the text.

Scanning is when you are here looking for one piece of information; one particular number or value, a starting time for a TV show, one major quote, a fact, anything at all. You never scan when you are just looking for more information – you scan when you need that one major piece of information.

To make sure that you can scan properly in speed reading, you have to know 100% what you are looking for.

Skimming means returning to find more information that you were not 100% sure about, but you tend to turn to scanning if you want to confirm something you already thought you knew.

You have to also have a clear idea of how the material you intend on scanning is laid out. If you don’t have a clue how it is laid out then you tend to skim more than scan. It’s important to make sure then that you have 100% knowledge of this feature.

How to Scan

Scanning is made easiest if you can sort the material you have to search through either alphabetically or chronologically. If you cannot then don’t worry about it, you can read through it via the normal paragraphs that it appears at.

To scan properly you should be using your hands (more on this later) as it helps you stay on track with where you are. It also helps you hone in slightly more on the words your hands/finger highlight as you go.

It helps you mentally ski through the solutions that aren’t the case, meaning that it soon becomes much easier to scan for the solution that is going to work.

Once you let your eyes get to work in a product that you do know, though, you are effectively scanning. To scan properly you should always make sure that the prep is done in terms of organizing before you start scanning.

Remember, you are using scanning to find one major piece of information that you need. For when you want to be more adventurous and scan accordingly, you should take the time to go through your piece with a skimming style.

Only use scanning when it’s got a solid concept in your head – again, use keywords to try and help make it easier to pinpoint.

Scanning and skimming are two of the more intermediate forms of speed reading, though. Let’s take a look at more advanced tricks like Meta Guiding.

[] Meta Guiding

One form of speed reading that many people might never have heard of, though, is Meta guiding. Meta guiding is a very useful way to start finding the right kind of solutions for your speed reading requirements, but it takes a fair amount of practice to get right. When you do, though, it will make it much easier to move beyond the typical speed of comprehension.

Meta guiding means using some form of solution to help you move along the screen with you. It means that you can fly thorough the wording much faster than before, using the pen to guide your eyes through the text without missing a beat. Many people choose to use this as it offers an easy way for you to pick up a good speed reading rhythm.

As you continue to practice you will tend to get faster, but it helps to know what kind of speed you want to start at to begin with. It also helps to know as the kind of reading speed that you use has a determining factor in just how much information you actually are going to take in when you are reading.

For anyone who wishes to Meta guide, you either stay at a normal speed or you try and move beyond that normal speed. A normal comprehension speed would be the quickest speed that you can read something in, whilst still taking in anything from 50-70% of the main idea.

Choosing the Speed

Choosing the right speed is a big thing, by the way. You should go for a more simplistic speed if you want to learn more about the subject but still want to speed read.

You should be using this as you don’t have the time to read/practice normally, or you prefer a faster reading style normally but don’t want to go too fast.

You should choose a faster speed of comprehension if you have the time to practice and learn more, or you are reading something that does not have a big take-away point at the end.

It also works for those who want to take in the longer-term approach to learning where you can get in the basic theories now.

Either way, you will find that one speed works for you best!

Regardless, using Meta guiding at either speed will help you become a far more comprehensive speed reader.

The best part of Meta reading is that it will ensure that you can get a much better grounding of the topic without having to slow down. It’s a little bit like a mix-match of the above two, skimming and scanning. You use a tad more thoroughness to make sure you never missed anything but you also stay well on track as you go without slowing down too much.

It can be the best way to start making sure you learn much better than before – you can now get the main idea, without having to potentially miss out on details that matter.

[] Speed Reading Software

One of the best ways to get better at speed reading, though, is to employ the use of new technology. Many pieces of elite speed reading software can be used to make sure you get a much better hand in becoming a speed reader.

They won’t teach you any particularly new tricks, but it can be the best way to start moving forward with your overall planning, understanding and preparation of using speed reading software.

Not sure what software package to use? Then consider any of the following – these are the best speed reading software packages available right now.

7Speed Reading

The first on our list, 7Speed, is worth having. It’s a very powerful piece of kit that gives you major ranges of exercises and tests to pick from. This helps you get used to the overall idea of learning speed reading in a comfortable environment much easier than before.

Likewise, it ensures that you can get access to lots of great help and support via learning resources. It has some of the best overall features in terms of giving you a solid speed reading education. If you want to learn with the help of software, 7Speed Reading is a must-consider.

Ace Reader

Another very popular system is Ace Reader. Ace Reader offers a fine selection of services that will help you significantly speed up the learning process. With plenty of intuitive exercises to take part in you can find that this lets you practice and perform with everything we have suggested so far.

This will ensure that you can master both intermediate and advanced Ace Reader topics. Not only that, but it will ensure you can get all the help that you need in understanding the more miniscule nuances of speed reading in general.

EyeQ

EyeQ is a very popular system, too. This gives you a great online system that ensures you can make use of great tests and brain games to help you learn. Speed reading takes plenty of practice and integration to learn and use accordingly and, with EyeQ, you can get just get.

This ensures that you can easily make sure that your chances of improving speed reading function is going to be easier than ever before. It’s suited for anyone from the third grade up so this can be good for anyone from the kids right through to parents who want to speed up to help with homework!

SpeedReader X

SpeedReader X is a good pick, too, as it makes it easier to deal with the nuances of learning about speed reading. With the chance to make unlimited accounts it also means that you can get the family involved and ensure everyone is learning this very useful trick in the future.

However, it does have some minor issues in terms of not having much speed reading exercises. That being said, it’s got a lifetime upgrade feature built-in so any new additions that are released will be provided to you, giving you new content all the time.

[] Quantum Speed Reading

Another technique for speed reading which is well worth consideration is called quantum speed reading. This rather outlandish title is actually not as audacious as it may sound. Quantum speed reading is an interesting system that people use whereby they “read” a book by not reading it.

This Japanese method of speed reading has shown astonishing progress in various parts of the world and has quickly become majorly popular for these reasons.

Whilst most of us learn to read one page at a time – in a linear fashion – some people learned to read in this fashion. Indeed, many adapt QSR users can read a book without even opening the pages themselves.

The book is held up, pages are flipped through rapidly using the thumb – as if you were shuffling playing cards – and the information is taken in.

How Does This Work?

Most likely, you are wondering if this works – or if we have gone crazy. However, QSR is a technique that goes above just basic reading. This also looks to utilize various parts of the mind that we can use for speed reading such as memorizing and problem solving. Quantum reading is all about making sure that you can get the gist of the idea without rationalizing it too much.

Like many forms of technique like this, the more you analyse it the more confusing it can become. The unconscious mind – which is what is taking in all the information and detail during QSR – is something that scares most people. The main power of using QSR is that it allows you to understand topics that you may not have understood looking at them rationally.

So long as there is some form of imagery, which most QSR topics need, there is going to be a capability of learning just by flicking through pictures.

Our unconscious memory picks up plenty more about the images that we see than we think, and QSR is just used to help us put it all together.

This is because the brain connects with what is known as the diencephalon.

This particular part of your “deeper brain” is a major element in helping you start to see the images that we need for QSR to come off. This means that your cerebrum can start to look deeper at the images that are flashing by with such regularity.

Not only can you use QSR to help improve your overall comprehension of a topic, it can be used to learn the topic much faster as well. This means that you can easily start to understand books just by flitting through the pages.

This might sound like pseudoscience, but it is worth paying more attention to. You can get more information on how to get the most out of using something such as QSR by checking out the official website.

You’ll find that succinctly breaks down all the information and correlations that you need if you wish to make the most the power that QSR can help you discover.

[] PhotoReading

Another very popular system that you can use if you want to make more of the potential for speed reading is something known as PhotoReading. PhotoReading is actually very similar to the above suggestion, and can be used to help improve speed reading as well.

If you are struggling to get the same level of interest or understanding from a topic, then turning to PhotoReading is the best way to go through with the process. With so much information to learn about a topic, using the wonderful simplicity of PhotoReading is just what you need.

With PhotoReading, you mentally photograph the actual purpose of the content. This means that you take in as much as 25,000 words per minute once you feel adapt. Given that a fast form of normal speed reading will make you read at around 1,000 words per minute, this is quite the difference!

Does PhotoReading Work?

The main thing that you want to concern yourself with when it comes to PhotoReading is knowing whether or not it works for you properly. It can be used on anything from websites and e-mail pages to technical reports and trade journals.

This means that you can use it to learn on anything from subjects you find interesting to something you need to learn for school/college/work.

This system makes it easier for you to learn ow to start taking in information that you may otherwise not have. It gives our minds the ability to use their natural capacity to absorb information faster than we typically allow our minds to. Whether it’s for increased productivity or to just get more information about a topic quicker, PhotoReading is a solid solution.

Basically, if you decide to take up a PhotoReading course then you will learn how to make use of vital speed reading skills such as;

Understanding the best ways to move your eyes over large walls of text whilst taking in information. This means that you can learn to take in as many as 5-6 words at once, giving you much stronger wording comprehension.

It also helps you to avoid vocalization, one of the easiest ways to slow yourself down when trying to speed read. This means that you tend to get quicker at internal reading, too, as you stop trying to contend with a slower pace.

Will ensure that you start asking more questions about the material that you are reading. You will typically find that by doing this you are far more likely to get details that would have been missed out. Every time you read something you should have some kind of major question that needed an answer. This is a major part of speed reading and will be reflected here accordingly.

This allows you to make sure that what you are reading can be seen if it fits with what you need. If it does not, you can look for something else! In short, this saves you time by making analysis of a document much faster.

If you want to find out more then you should check out the official website for PhotoReading.

[] Skipping Small Words

Another powerful and underused method of making sure you can rip through a piece of speed reading is learning how to effectively skip over the small words. As you may have seen in the past, we can read content even if the order of a word is wrong. So long as the first and last letters of a word are right, our brains can find in our memories the “correct” word.

Well, speed reading is much the same – our brains can work out the major point of a sentence without reading it all. As such, you can find that cutting out on the number of smaller words read can amplify your reading speed majorly. The reason for skipping the smaller terms, then, is simple – we don’t need to see them.

They make the sentence come to life and ensure that it does make sense when you read the whole thing, but we can usually grasp typical sentence structure without reading every last part.

Each word requires a varying time to actually process in our minds – some words, like the smaller words we mean, requires no processing time at all. It can actually be skipped without the sentence becoming less meaningful to us.

Whilst we all do this somewhat, you can make sure that you do it as a matter of fact to help make sure you are becoming the best quality of speed reader possible.

Basically, words like is, as, are, to, the, be etc. can be removed without killing a sentence too much. You can still read the normal points without getting too confused which is obviously very useful for helping us become more acute speed readers – it’s all about what you read.

Avoiding Smaller Terms

Of course, like any other form of speed reading we have looked at so far, it’s easier said than done. Whilst you can pick up the unimportant words, you don’t need to acknowledge them in the mind. This is because they need far less mental processing power that it’s literally not needed to even note them.

Given that large chunks of content include these terms a lot, you can make reading much faster than before just by using this system.

However, you should always be aware that the trade-off here is that other words need more power than we expected. By using the power of avoiding smaller terms though you become far more likely to make up for that loss of time.

For every new word that comes along and throws you for a few moments, you’ll find lots of words that can be skipped and moved on from.

Many terms aren’t a must-read to make sure you understand what is being said, so take the time to appreciate that and you can soon find that becoming a master of skipping smaller words is a lot easier than it may have sounded when you first try it out.

[] Warming Up

Another solid solution to making sure that you can start to get used to speed reading is to warm up before you start any serious speed reading.

A bit of mental exercise before you begin will make a big difference, and ensure that you can get the style required.

By using a warming up exercise you make it much easier that you are likely to have a simple and effective solution that you can use for the rest of the day.

Should you try to go in cold, you will usually find that your speed reading is frustrating and inaccurate until you do actually warm up.

Here is one of the easiest ways that you can effectively start to warm up before you begin any kind of speed reading event;

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p<>{color:#000;}. First off, you want to make sure that you are using a reading material that you can feel comfortable reading. Go for something light but potentially within the same ballpark as the topic you will be reading into seriously in a while. Stick with something light so that you don’t get too caught up on what you are using.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Never warm up using hard materials as it can just make you feel a lack of confidence.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Next, make sure you set up some kind of beeper. Decide a rate that fits with you – everyone is different. A book with more words per page is likely to cause you more problems in meeting your timer than one without, for example.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Always allow yourself time to read a page with a partial understanding of what was being discussed along the way. If you find you are reading too much and getting the full picture, you can go faster.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If the beep finishes before you have a full understanding of what to do, slow it down.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Remember that using a warm up exercise program is to be use to help you become a faster reader, not to actually speed read.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This will help you get into the frame of mind of reading and help you avoid some of the concentration issues that we spoke of earlier that others tend to suffer from.

By using this skill, you can become far more comfortable in dealing with the process of speed reading. A quick warmup is usually all that is needed to help you move forward and feel more comfortable when you do start reading.

The reason for speed reading warm up is simple – without it you will take longer. You need to come round to a way of thinking when reading, and speed reading needs that same kind of mind-set. If you just jump in and expect your mind to 100% settle on speed reading, you are mistaken.

This takes time and patience, and should be something that you seriously consider when moving forward. When you do warm up, it means that when the “real” material is being read you aren’t making common mistakes and struggling to find the rhythm you feel happiest with.

[] Pointer Method

Another useful tool that we recommend you take a look at is using the pointer method. People tend to associate using our hands to help us stay in position when reading as for dullards, but it’s not at all. This could not be anything further from the truth!

When it comes to speed reading, using the pointer method is one of the most sure-fire way to get faster and also improve accuracy. If you are just trying to learn how to speed read then using the pointer method is probably the easiest way that you can master the process.

Using a pointer is a useful tool for making sure you can find some much needed accuracy in your learning as you go – the main reason for using a pointer is to help you maintain consistent speed as you read.

Using this guide means that you can stay transfixed as you move, meaning you are less likely to get any kind of distraction.

Since our eyes regularly make brief twitches away from the point we try and stay connected to, to gather more information, using a pointer method helps to amplify this.

Using a pointer means that you have something that your eyes can follow along with, meaning that you can avoid having to try and re-focus all the time.

This is a major reason why many of us wind up reading things over and over again; we lose track and focus. With the help of the pointer method you can ensure that this does not need to happen.

Simply put your index finger, or use a stylus or even just a pen, against the text. Then start moving it along the text as you read – hand-eye co-ordination will improve the more that you do this, too. Eventually you’ll find that you get as comfortable doing this as you do reading without a pointer.

It might be slower for the first few hours but, eventually, it gets much faster for you to use. Using a pointer then means that you are just going to be moving along at a pace that stays consistent.

Try and keep your pointer around 1-2cm away from the margin of the text, as our eyes can catch words in a 1” radius. This means that you can stay with it a little easier, as even using a pointer makes it hard to focus at the beginning.

Before long, though, you should be well en route to using this to improve reading speed. Remember that speed reading needs a certain level of consistency anyway, so using a pointer is only going to help you get that consistency.

Treat using the pointer as the equivalent of stabilizers when you first learned to ride a bike. By doing this you will find that the pointer becomes far more effective once again.

By using the pointer to help you move along the writing, you’ll find that eventually you won’t need it once you become more fluent in speed reading. For those who are struggling to start, though, this is a great entry learning point.

[] Embedded Dictionaries

A good way to speed up in your overall learning process is to use an embedded dictionary. An embedded dictionary is a software kit that allows us to look at words via the dictionary.

Something came up in the text that has de-railed your speed reading? Then embedded dictionaries will help you deal with this right away.

Basically, embedded dictionaries are used as one of the major slowdowns when speed reading is a lack of vocabulary.

When a word comes up that throws your overall comprehension of what is being discussed, embedded dictionaries allow you to get the answer there and then.

Not only does this improve your overall control of the language you are reading in, but it helps you decipher without having to leave the text.

Now you can put away that Collins dictionary, and keep your eyes on the screen. You merely highlight the word and get the verdict back as to what it means.

This is hugely useful and is going to ensure that you can keep reading at a steady pace. Something throwing you now? Don’t worry, you can get the definition in 5 seconds instead of 30.

This means you aren’t breaking concentration at all and means that you are way more likely to reach the right kind of conclusion about the sentence as well.

By using an embedded dictionary, you have access to what is a very useful solution. It will help you become more naturalized with terms as you go and it means you spend less time having to snap your attention away from the speed reading exercise.

This might be a small thing to use when speed reading but it does offer considerable help in making sure you can get the right kind of education when seed reading. Remember that quality speed reading is about control, not speed.

If you can read at a strong and steady pace without making mistakes and allowing for basic checks with an embedded dictionary, you’ll reach your targets right away.

This is going to make a major change as well, ensuring that you can get all the help that you need in understanding what terminology means.

Instead of having to go and do some full-on research and look it up in a dictionary and waste time, this does it immediately.

You have now just actively reduced the amount of time that you need to spend trying to decipher new terms. As one of the major slowdown factors for using a speed reading program this can help you boost your vocabulary and read much faster.

Keeping concentration is a make-or-break factor for many when it comes to using their speed reading comprehension so making sure you can stay engaged is a big bonus. This means less time taking your mind off the topic and more time spent actually speed reading, which will only help in making you faster in the future.

[] Using Blink Block Reading Methods

The final situation that we want to look at which can be used to improve overall reading comprehension when speed reading is known as Blink Block Reading methods. Why do they make such a difference?

Because block reading is probably the most effective way to speed read once you get the grasp of the basics.

We would recommend that you make this the last technique that you try and master, as it tends to also be the hardest to get right. The blink/block reading method is a very powerful solution that means that, in time, you’ll perfect the speed reading process.

Blinking

There is a major reason for using blinking in speed reading. The simple reason for this is because when we blink, we open up our potential for taking in more than what we did without blinking.

By blinking we can help to expand the focus of what we can see, thus making it easier to take in a wider scope of words.

When we read we tend to narrow in the focus to look at just one word at a time, meaning that we can pick out all of the most minor of details.

However, by blinking more you can make sure that your eyes maintain their consistency as you read.

Your ability to scan multiple words at once means that your eyes will need to have wider focus, and will also mean that you have less focus on each individual word. Instead, you want to be taking in a block of words.

By simply blinking you can reset the focus of the eyes, making it easier to maintain that focus.

Block Reading

Block reading is immensely powerful for various reasons, not least because it offers multiple words that move in blocks of a specific, chosen width. Block reading basically means that you start looking for a block of words that come together instead of just one individual term.

Rather than try to take it all in at once, though, block reading means taking on multiple words within a width that your eyes can deal with.

When you do this you are more likely to focus in on the words that matter the most. This means that you are likely to still get the context of what you just read without hampering overall understanding of the topic.

Block reading cuts down on excessive reading, but allows you to keep the main point intact.

Obviously, the width that you can reach in each block reading will be determined by your overall reading ability.

As time goes on you will likely get more impressive at this, so try and read in blocks of around three words to begin with. Eventually you should be able to get as many as four or five words into any given block.

Now that we’ve looked at some of the most popular techniques for enhancing your ability to speed read, let’s take a look at another major element – how you concentrate to keep your consistency.

[] Focus

If you aren’t sure how to maintain your focus when you work during a speed reading session, try and use any of the following suggestions;

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p<>{color:#000;}. Practice using focusing techniques, such as getting used to watching the flame on a candle for a period of time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The longer you get used to staring at and paying attention to something, the less difficult it becomes when you actually need to use that skill.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Make sure that you never try and speed read on a tired mind. It usually leads to poor concentration and too many errors to make it true speed reading.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Our brains overload much easier without a major amount of sleep, so make sure you do this earlier in the day on a fresh mind.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Eat properly and watch your major level of performance improve. Speed reading needs good nutrition – those cups of coffee and sugar buzzes are actually hurting your chances of success. Eat some proper food and give your body real, genuine fuel to run on.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Practice as we suggested in the above sections. Before you begin your practice, though, take a moment or two to just calm the mind down. Got any particular thoughts running around in there today? Then calm them down.

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p<>{color:#000;}. You’ll never get far in focusing your mind for speed reading if your life problems are running around in there.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Try and prepare for any reading material that you are going to be taking on. Make your warm-up an easy to understand, supplementary piece of discussion that was going to fit with what you were looking for.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ask yourself questions as you finish up major sections. Try and make sure that before and after reading you had some questions and then some answers waiting for you. This will ensure you are close to success.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Make notes at major junctions, too. These can then be speed-read later on to help you understand what you have been thinking about. Taking notes will make it easier for you to learn and understand the importance of shrinking your thoughts and making them easier to abbreviate, as well.

Lastly, have a genuine purpose for any speed reading that you undertake. There is no point to speed reading if you just do it – have a reason, and make it count. What are you trying to learn? What techniques will you be applying that we have just discussed?

By giving all of this the appropriate time and consideration that it needs you will be more likely to stay focused. Using all of the above can make it easier to ensure you stay on the right track to finally using this form of management of the mind properly.

Next, let’s take a look at how you can use the power of meditation to help amplify the power of what you are trying to do here.

Meditation can help you clear the mind, be more focused and make the above steps a little less necessary, presuming you can keep things relatively quiet moving forward!

[] Meditation

Are you looking to capture the power of mental focus to augment and improve your overall meditation control? Then it might help to turn to the help of some basic meditation plans. Meditation is a hard to get into on your own and usually helps if you can find a local tutor, but it just takes the ability to find mental silence for a short period of time.

In a room that is tranquil and free of distraction, you can meditate. It’s not about closing your legs or chanting a certain chakra – meditation is about finding what works for you. When you get it right, though, meditation makes speed reading simple.

Why? Because meditation frees the mind of fear, anxiety and paranoia. It helps us to remove all of our “what if?” thoughts that clog up the day, and make it tougher than ever to actually concentrate on something like speed reading. If you are finding that progress is limited, or there is no progress to mention, when you speed read then meditation is worth a try.

Why Meditation Helps Speed Reading

Whilst finding out how to meditate is a journey of self-discovery – there is no one-size-fits-all method – it helps to know how it will help. If you are unsure of what using something like meditation could do for your mental state, it’s worth considering because;

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meditation helps to increase the gray matter in the insula, hippocampus and prefrontal cortex. This means that you are less likely to have mental blocks, as this creates a better balance between your senses. Now you should have less problems in understanding what you are looking at whilst blocking outside interference like sound and even your own thoughts.

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p<>{color:#000;}. A good bout of meditation can help the mind feel rested and more relaxed than before. This means less time spent trying to quieten down the mind, and less chance of running into problems. A fresh mind via meditation is likely to make it easier for you to understand the subject as well as grab any information that your speed reading technique (whichever one you choose) can help you find.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meditation can help you reduce stress levels, which is probably the commander in chief or all problems to do with speed reading. When you meditate you make it much easier in general to give your mind a chance to become less worried about life situations. Now you can take away third party thoughts and emotions swirling around, giving you the chance to fully concentrate.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Not only this, but meditation removes the need to procrastinate. This comes from simply allowing your mind the chance to wander to subjects that have nothing to do with what you are doing presently.

Working with meditation might sound “new age” but it’s gone far beyond the world of ancient healers and spiritual guides. Today, meditation is about as proven a method as you are likely to find for freeing the mind and making it easy to find the information you need when speed reading.

[] Breathing Exercises

Our final suggestion for becoming more adept at dealing with speed reading is to turn to the world of breathing exercises. These exercise styles tend to be very useful for helping you calm down, retain your focus and become more attuned to the job at hand. The mind can wander even when we feel ready to work, and breathing exercises can help to calibrate the way that we intended to move forward.

If you want to try and make sure that you can give yourself a proper way to calm down when you cannot concentrate, try the following exercises;

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p<>{color:#000;}. If you are struggling to get your mind calmed down due to outside of external influence that has nothing to do with the speed reading exercise, you need to calm down. Take in some deep big breaths slowly, as this allows your body to get that oxygen flowing.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This helps you feel far more focused and is likely to also help you calm down any specific worries you have about what you are trying to learn. Many people can falter when it comes to this breathing exercise as they continue to breathe too quickly. Try and go for a period of around one second increase per breath each time you inhale until around 6-8 seconds. These deep breaths should help you calm down.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Trying to get your head to focus on the topic but there is a lot of distraction going on around you? Then it might make sense to try this out. Whether you cannot concentrate because of what is going on around you in the office or because of external influences like the weather, you can easily solve that problem with some simple breathing.

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p<>{color:#000;}. To do this, you simply have to start focusing on the breathing for a minute or two. Once you do this for a few seconds you’ll find that just concentrating on the breathing takes away your mini focus elsewhere. This then means that you can spend more time looking at the topic, as you just reset your focus making it much easier to concentrate.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Trying to speed read but finding that your mind has some questions of its own? Then you should turn to the help of this simple breathing exercise. All you need to do to quell your fears here is to find somewhere a bit quieter than where you are, with less distraction.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Simply take some slow and deep breaths away in the comfort of tranquility. Keep your eyes shut and just keep taking slow breaths over and over again. Eventually you’ll find your mind releasing the tensions that kept coming back to the surface, making it much easier to understand and control.

By putting these simple exercises into play, you can find it easier to calm down and come back to the speed reading. Whether it’s having too many distractions or just being unable to settle mentally that is the issue, turning to the help of breathing exercises makes major sense!

[] 30-Day Reading Schedule

[Hi Carlo – I actually forgot to include this in the price given. However, looking at many different ideas for 30-day reading schedules etc. I would not have been able to create a full schedule worthy of 2,000 words. Therefore, I believe this slimmed down version should be enough. I don’t want any payment for this section as recompense. *]

As a final bonus, this extra 30-day reading schedule should help you fully understand and appreciate the role that having a schedule for learning to improve your speed reading potential can be. Not only does having this extra schedule help you get faster at the process much faster, but it will ensure you get more accurate as well.

The first that you should do is look to test your reading speed at present. If you can read anything over 110wpm and can get around 50% comprehension, then you can begin to move forward. By doing this, you’ll know how much you need to improve, and in what. Some people can speed read but not take much in, others can take a lot in but have to read slowly. To speed read we need to be able to do both, as we’ve discussed.

The easiest way to make sure you can move towards this is to start reading one book per day for thirty days. They don’t have to be huge books – anything over 150-200 pages would do. The idea here is to read the books and see if you can slowly but surely begin to improve that accuracy. Try and read as early in the day as you can, and slowly try and remove the ability to re-read what you have read.

We’ve provided lots of little tips to use such as following with a pointer, so try and use these tis through each of the 30-days. It’s a simple way to begin improvement, but many people try and learn how to speed read using speed-specific writing projects.

Instead, turn to real writing – the kind of writing you want to learn how to speed read – and start using that as your base learning. Once you feel comfortable using each of the techniques, and have successfully banished the poor mistakes, start your 30-day challenge. Keep doing this challenge until you complete every day consecutively.

By the end, you should notice an incredible increase in your speed and overall comprehension. Not only will this play a role in you becoming more comfortable in the art of speed reading, but it will ensure you learn how to use it practically. This might sound increasingly simple, but the challenge of one book per day for thirty days can be a major challenge to try and come through.

Once you get to the end of doing it with the sole purpose of speed reading each book (and accepting you’ll be slow at first and will struggle) you’ll notice a major improvement. Take the time to go through this 30-day challenge, applying many of the techniques discussed, and you’ll be a fluent seed reader in just 720 hours’ time!

Speed Reading

Your Fast Track to Knowledge

By Michael Chapman

http://PersonalityDevelopmentMastery.com

© 2016 Michael Chapman

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Speed Reading: Your Fast Track Ticket to Knowledge: Speed Reading, Speed Reading

My name is Michael Chapman, and I’ve been lucky enough to have been able to augment and use speed reading to my advantage for many years. I know of many people who would clearly benefit from using this skill, but don’t know how to go about mastering and learning it. If this sounds like a problem you are facing, then I would be more than happy to help you fix that conundrum. All you have to do is keep reading on, and we’ll discuss everything to do with the power of speed reading. In this guide, we’ll cover many specific elements but the first thing you have to know is that speed reading involves rapidly taking in information quickly, usually several sentences at once. In this book, then, you will learn to understand the power of speed reading by learning about major techniques such as: • Understanding the importance of speed reading and why it plays such a major role in your personal development. • Various misconceptions regarding this technique. • Forms of speed reading as well as related skills like regression and sub-vocalization. • Improving your concentration to make your times reading far more comfortable on the mind. • Helping to change the way that you read using skills like meta guiding, skinning or skimming, and making the most of quality tools to choose your speed. • Using speed reading software to help you create the right kind of approach here. From using EyeQ to Ace Reader, this is the perfect solution for all. • Making the most of skills like photographic reading and other associated techniques. • Learning how to handle vital skills such as warming up the mind, using a pointer, or even making use of an embedded dictionary for quicker learning about new words. • Ensuring that your time using this kind of technique will help you become far more comfortable as a person. • Using skills such as meditation and breathing exercises, you can become far more adept at the various skills which are involved in becoming a better speed reader. • Getting used to skipping smaller terms that aren’t needed. • A 30-day reading schedule that will help you begin to tidy up the cracks in your reading skills. Since this book is designed to help people begin to overcome their typical problems when it comes to speed reading, it can be a vital learning aid. With our help you can make sure that you are growing, improving and changing to fit the style of what is around you. If you want to make sure this can be the case continually, then read on! You’ll find in this book that it can help you: • Become a faster, more effective speak reader. • Feel more comfortable with the actual format of speed reading itself. • Understand and appreciate the challenges that are associated with speed reading. • Make it easier to find a solution that actively works in the way that you had intended. • Help you get to grips with the challenges associated with speed reading. • Improving your self-confidence and inner belief, making your life much easier. Ready to start your journey towards safer, simpler learning? Then let’s get started!

  • Author: Michael Chapman
  • Published: 2016-09-03 11:35:17
  • Words: 12289
Speed Reading: Your Fast Track Ticket to Knowledge: Speed Reading, Speed Reading Speed Reading: Your Fast Track Ticket to Knowledge: Speed Reading, Speed Reading