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Are you looking for a book that will guide you through the complicated but incredibly rewarding world of speed-reading? 

Do you want to learn the art of speed-reading to save time and gain more knowledge? Then you have come to the right place! 

This audiobook will guide you through the intricate and sometimes confusing world of speed-reading and will make it extremely simple for you. 

In this book, you will find chapters on: 

  • Speed reading and its importance
  • The stages of speed reading
  • Tips and tricks of speed-reading!
  • Speed reading - how to make it a habit?
  • How to be a smart speed reader?
  • Daily life practices to keep you motivated

By the time you are done listening to this book, you will be well-versed the science and art of speed-reading. You will feel confident and will read all the books on your "to read" list quickly! 

©2017 Matthew Schofield (P)2018 Matthew Schofield

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Awesome Book!!!

I suggest this book wholeheartedly; I wish the book had been around 30 years prior, when I started to scan for methods for expanding my perusing proficiency. All through those 30 years I had taken some notable speed perusing courses or projects and read numerous books about this subject. These projects might be extremely useful to numerous people, yet none of them helped me to build perusing pace and perception.

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Great Book really!!!

Great Book!!! If anybody needs to learn speed understanding, I propose they experience his book first. That way when they begin running over strange eye development preparing, or odd activities with their hands on the page, or guidelines to peruse without grasping et cetera, they will have a not too bad setting for it. I won't pass judgment on any individual who gets an incentive from that stuff, yet it didn't work out for me.Highly prescribe it to all...

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Pleasant Book!!!

Pleasant Book!!! I observed this book to be extremely fascinating. The idea and material is altogether different from some other speed perusing book I have perused. The thought appears to be truly clear and simple to execute. This book does not disgorge any of the old, futile material found the lion's share of speed perusing books, the majority of this data is new. I observe the hypothesis to be extremely pragmatic and sensible.Highly prescribe it to all...

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Brilliant book!

Brilliant book! An advantageous read for one who might want to get perusing speed. Incredible use for visual scholars. A year back, I battled through 1-2 book for each month. Today I'm perusing 1-3 books every week. Like Kobayashi with his sausage, a basic change in procedure of expending certain things in certain routes (for this situation its extraordinary books) ones can get an awesome satisfaction from something once troublesome. Much obliged to you David Butler for putting perusing speed into an alternate perspective!

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Decent Book!!!

Decent Book!!! It's a decent guide notwithstanding for them who don't have any issues with quick perusing. I cherish perusing books and particularly tries to enhance my perusing aptitudes, so in this book I find numerous fascinating actualities, which I beyond any doubt will assist me with reading speedier than I used to. What's more, as you most likely are aware quick perusing impact on our cerebrum work, that is the reason we have to prepare our perusing skills.Highly suggest...

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Delivers on it's promise, detailed, concise...

A brief but straight to the point book. All aspects of slow reading are covered with really easy to follow steps to speed your reading up. I have followed this book and am amazed how easy it was. I was a slow reader, but now I can read pages in seconds. Great introduction to the world of speed reading. Has assisted me greatly. I have read this book multiple times each time applying new techniques and reviewing the old, it took me about 3 hours to get through the book initially, now I do it in about 30m and I am still improving. Great book. Definitely a must for all readers of all ages.

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This is a comprehensive guide...

This is indeed a comprehensive guide to speed reading. It contains a lot of information on how to go about speed reading and really becoming a fast reader. I came to realize that there are food that would help along the way and there are others to avoid. It appears that even food types affect the rate at which we assimilate and the speed with which we read.

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Five Stars !!!

Perusing quick while keeping up great appreciation has dependably been a test for me. I adore how Nathan first locations with most extreme clearness the specifics of the issue in without the capacity to peruse quick. I need to concede all the three issues strike me more often than not. As I experienced the perusing and non-perusing procedures, I adapted to such an extent. Will hone the methods written in this book.Highly suggest !!!

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Specific and does not waste time on history ...

I have an undertaking at work where I have to filter out a ton of material searching for a particular data, so I got two or three speed perusing book to look over the systems. This is one of the better books I got, it instructors various procedures in movement from an amateur speed peruser to more experienced speed peruser. It is particular and does not invest a considerable measure of energy in consensuses and history which you can discover in different books just to fill space. It helped me to get past my assignment at work!

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Very Informative Book!!!

There is a considerable measure of disarray around speed perusing. Individuals trust that speed perusing is skimming and you read too quick to get what is being said. The individuals who are great speed perusers know when to accelerate and back off. There is no point perusing amazingly brisk on the off chance that you can't grasp it. In case you're perusing a course book on material science it implies you will need to back off. However in the event that you're perusing a book which has very expressive and visual substance you can fly through it, and this is the point at which the correct mind kicks it.

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  • Suzanne Brashear
  • 07-03-18

Good Book!!!

I read a great deal and constantly have too much to read, so I have gone through a lot of speed reading stuff--videos, books, software, you name it. And I kept getting frustrated because it wasn't working like it was supposed to.

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  • Rufus Alexander
  • 07-05-18

Will definitely practice the techniques written !!

Reading fast while maintaining good comprehension has always been a challenge for me. I love how Nathan first addresses with utmost clarity the specifics of the problem in lacking the ability to read fast. I have to admit all the three problems occur to me most of the time. As I went through the reading and non-reading techniques, I learned so much. Will definitely practice the techniques written in this book.

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  • Ralph Gilbert
  • 07-04-18

Good BooK...

A very useful book. It has put speed reading into perspective, in particular the emphasis on comprehension and methods to improves this.

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  • Eva Stevens
  • 07-04-18

Great Book

The author and the book are both truthful, helpful, and knowledgeable. no bs. genuinely caring. it was fun to read the book. too bad it ended. now i can read other books faster

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  • Beatrice Koeller
  • 07-04-18

Nice Book!!!

Enjoyable text by someone who evidently spent years in the field of speed reading and talks with great interest and more importantly logic about the art and science of speed reading. He has wonderful passages to test speed from the classics and talks in detail about reading for comprehension using the amazing ability of the brain to conceptualize.Recommend it...

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  • Claude Payne
  • 07-04-18

Great book !!!

Although the reading exercises were challenging to read, it forced me to attempt to understand the writer’s point of view and to think more abstract.

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  • Marie Aldridge
  • 07-04-18

Speed comprehension, not speed reading !!!

Amazing book. Reading IS comprehension.Speed comprehension, not speed reading.This book probably could have been much shorter than it is, but the technique is pretty solid.Highly recommend it to all...

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  • Sojib Khan
  • 07-04-18

Totally different from other speed reading book !!

Totally different from other speed reading books. Sure, skipping and scanning are faster ways to get through the text but as this book points out, these techniques are not really reading. They are usually handy but when you really need to read something, this book gives you a great advise.

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  • John Smith
  • 07-04-18

Best speed reading book I have read !!!

This book changed my view about reading. Before I just dived in mindlessly thinking that reading faster = better reading, but now I learned to read conceptually. It took practice but the more I do the easier it get. This book also includes many good tips about reading like how to pay more attention and having a goal while reading.

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  • Joel Burton
  • 07-03-18

I enjoyed it and I like the new idea !!!

This book probably could have been much shorter than it is, but the technique is pretty solid and I am seeing the benefits reading for comprehension already.