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Easy Tips for Faster Reading
Get More From Your Reading in Less Timeand Have More Time for Everything Else!
Easy Tips for Faster Reading
An eBook byPaul R. Scheele
 
Paul R. Scheele, is the author of "The PhotoReading Whole MindSystem." Paul has taught tens of thousands around the world to readwith greater speed, comprehension, and enjoyment.
 
Here are some of his tips for improving your reading:
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To learn more about PhotoReading techniques, check out thePhotoReading Personal Learning Course.
Copyright © 2001 Learning Strategies CorporationAll Rights Reserved. You may distribute this report freely if left intact.
http://www.learningstrategies.com/eBook/easytips.htm [18/01/03 01:05:18]
 
How to Instantly Improve Your Reading Efficiency
How to Instantly Improve Your Reading Efficiency
Before reading a difficult piece of writing, take a few moments toclose your eyes and relax while taking two or three deep breaths.Say to yourself that you can read with full concentration, recognizekey information, and achieve high comprehension quickly toaccomplish your needs. Believe you can, and you will.This may simply sound like "positive mental attitude." Yet if you donot purposefully affirm the positive, you may be shutting off your truecapacities by subtle anxieties about the task.For example, if the material is dense and difficult to read, any anxietyabout getting through it can cause lowered performance. The secretis to see the material simply as new and different, not dense anddifficult...and be relaxed about it. Early confusion can create curiositythat guides you to search for and recognize the information youneed. Your comprehension and overall reading performance canincrease--all with just a few seconds of preparation.
To learn more about PhotoReading techniques, check out thePhotoReading Personal Learning Course.
Copyright © 2001 Learning Strategies CorporationAll Rights Reserved. You may distribute this report freely if left intact.
http://www.learningstrategies.com/eBook/instant.htm [18/01/03 01:05:20]
 
Get More from Journals and Magazines Tip #1
How to Get More out of a Trade Journal/Magazine
Tip # 1: Browse and Play
Browse through the publication--frontwards or backwards--so thatyou get to know what is in it and where it is located. Notice the layoutand how the information is presented. Notice the table of contentsand any special sections. Don't be too serious--it's best to be playful.Notice which articles pique your interest, but don't read them yet.Catch titles, subtitles, pictures, and charts. When you find somethinginteresting, think of how you can use it--reading for informationshould be a goal seeking activity. Decide how much time you canafford, and then go for it.Follow this tip and your reading will become purposeful, active,questioning and goal oriented...this means you save time and getmore information from the time you spend reading!
To learn more about PhotoReading techniques, check out thePhotoReading Personal Learning Course.
Copyright © 2001 Learning Strategies CorporationAll Rights Reserved. You may distribute this report freely if left intact.
http://www.learningstrategies.com/eBook/getmore1.htm [18/01/03 01:05:22]

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