This book provides you with the best tools and strategies to boost your reading speed, memory, and learning. You’ll be amazed how many hours you can save when you double or triple your reading speed
It will provide you with the ability to read things much more quickly, comprehend and understand them better, and remember them longer. You will be very effective in your school or job, and have more time to do other things as a result, which is something everyone could benefit from.
It can help you to take in more information that you could ever imagine, it can make you more efficient, and it can be a lot of fun. Anyone is able to learn how to speed read, it just takes some practice and the use of the right techniques and you can reach any speed reading goal that you have.
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It’s only natural to assume that, as humans, we have always been involved in wanting to be better at what we do. It has led to the invention of something as important as the wheel, it led to the industrial revolution – and it led us to both readings and wanting to be better at reading. While the text has apparently been around since written language has existed, it was not until the 1800s that interpretation was placed under a scientific lens and studied more experientially.
It was in this century that saccadic eye movement was observed and discovered by a French ophthalmologist. This refers to the idea that eye does not perceive images smoothly, but instead through a series of very short interval-based jumps referred to as saccades. These happen so rapidly that it wasn’t observed until then. Saccadic movement informed researchers about the specific physiological changes associated with reading and helped develop speed reading practices that I will describe in later chapters.