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With this book you will learn:
- How advanced learners set out to achieve their goals
- Techniques that are proven to help you learn better and faster
- How to develop laser sharp focus and improve your reading speed
- How to improve your memory's ability
Aссеlеrаtеd lеаrning is meaningful, lоng-tеrm, аnd fun. It is mаinlу an inventiveness of lеаrning whiсh iѕ аn аmаzing соmbinаtiоn of all еlеmеntѕ fоr lеаrning into a greater whole than the ѕum of all itѕ раrtѕ соmbinеd. It ореnѕ the doors tо deeper undеrѕtаnding аnd wе саn аll bеnеfit frоm thаt.
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- Anonymous User
Too short, yet too long
The book is a good introduction to some accelerating learning techniques, and perfect to learn how to repeat the same thing four hundred times. It could’ve been written in 20 pages tops. It does introduce some new ideas and small tips on things such as speed reading, but it gives zero detail. I’m going to use the example of speed reading: it’ll explain why speed reading is important five times, then tell you three tips, but if you want to apply those tips then you should take a course or look it up, then will go over why it’s important go over the tips again... I’m reading a book to learn not to introduce me to ideas. Why doesn’t it have any practice exercises? It feels an intro written by a middle school student attempting to hit the maximum word count. Lemme save you from reading this book, go learn how to speed read.
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