Would you like to double - or even triple - your reading speed, in just ONE HOUR?What if you could blast through email messages, business reports, and newspapers, quicker than it takes most people to drink a cup of coffee? How about if you could zoom through long books and other literature in just an hour, rather than the days it would take most people?In this exciting new book, best-selling author Justin Hammond shares the secrets to doubling, or even TRIPLING, your reading speed. And all in less than 60 minutes.He uncovers precisely what speed reading is (and isn't). He explores common misconceptions behind speed reading, and how reading actually works (you might be surprised!). And most importantly, he shares with you the most POWERFUL secrets to rocketing your reading speed -- starting IMMEDIATELY.Read this book and you'll begin digesting entire paragraphs at once, rather than reading each word. You'll be able to zip through whole documents in seconds, and whole books in a matter o...
|Title||:||Speed Reading: How to Double (or Triple) Your Reading Speed in Just 1 Hour!|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||59 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Speed Reading: How to Double (or Triple) Your Reading Speed in Just 1 Hour! Reviews
It’s a short one hour read available on Kindle unlimited.Could have easily been an article instead of a book as same points are repeated over and over again.The book is actually contradictory to itself.For 7 chapters it says,faster reading will lead to better comprehension and in the last it says don’t read fast if it’s new text!What?
Anyway,atleast made me aware of the bad reading habits I have.
One pretty big mistake.
It wasn’t a bad read, however, the author gives two different formulas for calculating words per minute (one is words divided by minutes and the other is words divided by seconds). You’d think that a book that is trying to help you learn to read faster would provide an accurate way to measure your progress.
this book has two main points(1. Reading without lips/tongue/mouth Movement 2. Don't read all words by the way read only important words as phrases.) and by the way you can't apply them on your study materials if you are preparing for any exam but if you are reading for fun only then you can apply them and you can read your book faster.
This book has two main points
(1. Reading without lips/tongue/mouth Movement
2. Don't read all words by the way read only important words as phrases.)
And By the ...more
Redundant start and good finish.
As stated in the title, initial content was redundant. Some of the techniques are good, practice will help. One this I anticipated is the type of literature (e.g even speed reads finds it difficult to read old English,) and one's vocabulary to understand the meaning to progress faster.
A practical guide to speed reading
This book is an awesome start for people who wants to improve their reading speed. Thankfully it's not loaded with theories rather it's simple and practical with application techniques. The best part is you can assess you reading speed with this book.
Very trivial and self explanatory. I didn't learn anything new. The major issue I face while doing speed reading is getting rid of sub vocalization and Reading in chunks, the book hardly addresses solution to these. It just says, don't do this. That doesn't help.
Yet, it's a simple Read and anyone new to the concept of speed Reading might find some useful information here to start with.
Speed Reading - Get most out of Kindle😁
Well I read it just to make most out of Kindle Unlimited. Book is okayish I would say. Three techniques author has mentioned.... Which to be all honest, I already new. Nothing out of the ordinary here.
An below average book.
The book is very generic and cryptic. Very limited practice passages were given in the book to check out the improvement in the reading speed. Besides no specific links were given as to where to look for more practice passages. Probably better to read a more comprehensive and elaborated book to improve reading speeds.