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Memory and Accelerated Learning

How to Use Speed Reading and Advanced Learning Strategies for Memory Improvement and a More Productive Time
Narrated by: Timothy Burke
Length: 3 hrs and 20 mins
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Would you benefit from having a better memory? Would it improve your business life, career prospects, or even relationships with others? If so, and you want to do it fast, then read on!

Most of us would like a better memory. The usefulness of it is far reaching and beneficial to us in all sorts of scenarios and in almost any walk of life. Many people think that improving their memory and having accelerated learning is something that is too difficult to learn. But it’s not.

In Memory and Accelerated Learning, you can learn memory improvement techniques that will make an incredible difference in your life through chapters that cover:

  • What accelerated learning is
  • Techniques for accelerated learning
  • How it works
  • Tips for improving concentration
  • Absorbing information
  • How to minimize distractions and avoid procrastination
  • And lots more

Having a better memory, learning fast, even speed reading, are all things you can achieve without as much effort as you previously have believed.

Get a copy of Memory and Accelerated Learning today, and see how this amazing little book can transform this crucial aspect of your life.

©2018 Kevin Hollins (P)2018 Kevin Hollins

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Memory and Accelerated Learning : How to Use Speed Reading and Advanced Learning Strategies for Memory Improvement and a More Productive Time.The book goes into a lot of detail and I'm sure it is of great help to many people.
But it wasn't a book for me.
I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my own request, and voluntarily leave this review.

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Simple and interesting ideas to improve oneself

This book is a source of information about the different techniques available to help you learn more effectively and retain information better. It brought forth quite a few tactics I will be trying and all seem reasonably sound in why they would help improve my abilities. It is made for anyone to take away some things they can try and apply today and is probably an introduction to more advanced tactics. The narration is solid and Timothy Burke helped deliver everything clearly and at a good pace.


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good self help book

enjoyed listening to this book. good review of techniques to be a fast reader and improving your memory.

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Memory and Accelerated Learning

Memory and Accelerated Learning sounded like it was written for the classroom as it referred to students often. It also kind of sounded like a job training video. It was chockful of information but it was also dry. This type of learning through listening might be better absorbed by the listener if it was less monotone and more convivial or lively. Or if it had used levity.it may have been easier to retain the info.

There were way too many suggestions in this audiobook to leave a review if you are enjoying the book. I don't like hearing this in audiobooks let alone hearing it numerous times. If it must be said then once is enough.

Memory retrieval or recall with interference was interesting. The example of picturing a penny and drawing it and saying that it would be a rough sketch at best was questionable as some artists rely on rough sketches to paint. A rough sketch is necessary and useful in both contexts. All they need is a rough sketch to go by to produce the desired outcome.
Making a KWL map was a good idea. I looked it up and it does reflect back to the classroom and students and teachers.

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  • 12-17-18

Very interesting book!

I loved listening to this interesting book... it was for me, an eye opener on the learning strategies that facilitate memory improvement!

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A useful Book to improve your life.

With a good performance by the Narrator this is a useful tool to improve your ability to learn and to retain the information.


Everyone can benefit from the tips in this Audio book.




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  • 01-16-19

Excellent guide!

This book on accelerated learning will be great help for students or in fact, every person who would like to enhance his/her attention and comprehension skills.

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  • Martin
  • 01-16-19

This book is so much resourceful.

This book is so much resourceful. I'm amazed my finding so many information in a single book. I'd follow the guidance that Bell suggested. Happy to have this book.

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  • Irene
  • 01-16-19

Quick read and easy to understand

I'm sure the information I learned here will help me memorize formulas and so forth, but the actual application of the knowledge will still be a struggle for me. Maybe I'll be pleasantly surprised though.

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  • Linda
  • 01-16-19

This is a great book

This is a great book that reinforces ways we can increase use of our brain power to learn rather than the small percentage we actually tend to use. My only drawback is that the example given is to learn a foreign language, which is mostly memorization.

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  • Lucian Peter
  • 01-16-19

The tips here are effective.

The tips here are effective. They just need the motivation to be consistent in learning faster. With all the learning techniques, visual associations help me better. A memory map really is powerful. It is easy to access when needed.

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