Breakthrough Rapid Reading

Speed reading was known as “rapid reading” until the 1960s. Many people placed a lot of emphasis on speed reading during the first half of the 20th Century, including former US President John F Kennedy. But then, for some reason, speed reading lost much of its popularity — until recently.


Note: Denise and I recommend only products that we have tried and tested. These include the popular speed-reading software 7 Speed Reading.* This article was written by a freelance writer commissioned by eReflect software, the maker of 7 Speed Reading.


Speed reading has recently become popular again because of the fast-paced lives we lead, the vast amounts of information easily accessible to us, and the sheer amount of work that is expected of us each day. Rapid reading has become a skill you may wish to develop if you want to not only gain an edge in the workplace but also save yourself time outside of work as well.

Rapid reading is essentially the ability to read more than an average amount of text in a short period of time and retain that information enough so that you can write reports and answer questions relating to what you have read. Although most of the text needs to be fairly low grade, and not stuffed with huge amounts of detail, it is possible to train your brain to absorb all sorts of information while increasing your reading speed to two or three times your ordinary level. The question is “How?”

Well, there are many ways of learning how to speed read today, much as a result of the demand for speed reading software programs that teach people rapid reading. In fact, new rapid reading programs seem to be released every week; but are these programs really up to the standard that they say they are?

Market leaders in rapid reading have been around for a while and have generated positive reviews. It’s those programs that you should look at if you want a package to help you to learn how to read rapidly and shave hours off your day... at least in terms of the time it takes for you to do the job expected of you or get through more quickly the information that bombards you daily.

There are several elements you need to look for in rapid reading software. These include the methods used to inspire rapid reading, the time required every day to develop the skill, the number of different strategy options available, usability, and affordability. You need to look at the entire package before making up your mind about whether the rapid reading software is for you.

There are some general rules that can be applied. For example, the more strategies that are included in the rapid reading software the better, because it means that you have more chance of finding the strategy that suits you. In addition, the program should be interactive to engage your mind and use more of the senses and learning techniques to help you retain information.

7 Speed Reading is an excellent example of a comprehensive breakthrough rapid reading software package. It offers 7 strategies for learning and allows you to keep track of your progress. Take a look at this particular option, and others you may have, and you may find that rapid reading is an easily accessible skill that can really boost your ability to achieve the level of career progress you want and successfully control information overload.


*Denise and I have agreed to receive a commission from some sales of 7 Speed Reading software because we are happy to endorse this speed reading software.

 

Last modified on Friday, 27 November 2015 09:58
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