Quick Reading’s – speed reading tool

How to use the free speed reading tool

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Each how you spend reading at your current slow rate is costing you money. The average person spends 2 hours reading each day which is 25% of a working day, which turns out to be 25% of a working year. Your slow reading is costing your billing hours, potentially to the tune of $25,000+.Time is Money… I’m sure you’ve heard that before, but you probably have never thought about this…

Speed reading is a MUST no matter what you do day to day and it is easy to start doing if:

  • Increase your recall, concentration, retention and comprehension
  • You know how to develop Mind-mapping skills for better memory and recall
  • You know how to efficiently the flow of new information, to analyze, extract and assimilate new information to learn new skills you need/want
  • Learn to maximize the opportunities in huge volumes of electronic and printed material

All of this is easy to pick up on and learn if you get off on the right foot. I’ve actually developed something specifically with this in mind. It’s a simple little tool that you can use right now, for no charge right now.

…It’s been designed to significantly help you increase your reading speed and information retention. Give it a whirl, it wont cost you a dime!

First off I would like to congratulate you on taking a positive action to improve your life and welcome to our micro course and speed reading tool.

As you can see just below here is our speed reading tool which will help you increase your reading speed right away.

About the tool-How it works.

You just need to paste any text you like in tool and click the start button. Before you click start though I would like to explain how the tool works and how it will improve your reading speed.

Firstly click the settings button which will reveal all the controls. The first 2 controls you see ( Words Per Minute ) and Chunk Size are the most important, the rest are for formatting the text to you personal preference. By the way, the next time you come to the site, your settings will be retained as long as your on the same computer :)

First lets talk about chunk size.

Chunk size is the number of words that flash up on the screen at the time. People are taught in school to read phonetically which means the read words one word at a time, this is a great way to learning how to read but not so great for performance. For performance we want to learn to read at least 2 words at time, then 3 and so on, until we can read a whole line at a time.

Secondly we have words per minute settings which lets you adjust how many words per minute. Adjust this setting to where you can read comfortably then turn it up to where you pushing yourself. Keep pushing yourself again and again it you’ll build up your reading speed like a weight lifter can lift heavier waits with each session.Words per minute setting

At times you should practice going much further than you feel comfortable at for short bursts and when you go back to you regular speed you will find you base reading rate has improved. Its like when you travel on the freeway for a long time at high speed and suddenly drive in congested slow traffic, it feels much slower than after driving at the high speeds.

Regression

There are 2 other ways the tools helps but you wont see settings for them. Firstly  is what’s called ‘back skipping’ or ‘regression’. That where you reread the same information again because you eyes flick back to the same line or same words with a line. By flashing up only the words you need to read at the moment you need them, the tool totally eliminates regression right away!

Sub vocalization

The other way the tool helps is by reducing and eliminating what’s called sub-vocalization. This is also a left over from learning to read words phonetically at school. What happens is we read the words out loud in our head which is why everyone typically read at the pace they can talk at i.e. 200 words per minute roughly.

People who are born deaf tend to be natural speed readers as they never develop this habit in the first place. Some deaf people have been tested at 1500 words per minute without any loss in comprehension, without do a speed reading course. Why is this? Because our eyes and brain can read and comprehend much faster than we can talk.

So how does the tool actually help reduce it. Just by forcing our self to read faster we naturally stop this. You cant read out loud in your head when you reading 3 or more words ( chunking ) at time at 600+ words per minute. By using the tool to read at that speed and faster you’ll find yourself reducing this habit until its eliminated.

Questions and Comments

I know I went through that quickly and may have simplified it but you if use the tool and practice this will genuinely work. If you have any questions, suggestions or comments please feel free to contacts us at admin@quickreading.com

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If you read only one book per month, that will put you into the top 1% of income earners in our society. But if you read one book per week, 50 books per year, that will make you one of the best educated, smartest, most capable and highest paid people in your field. Regular reading will transform your life completely." Brian Tracy
Ex President John F Kennedy. Mr Kennedy was a encouraged all his staff to take speed reading lessons. To this day Staff of the White House and the Pentagon take speed reading lessons. John F Kennedy

Benefits of Speed Reading

Each how you spend reading at your current slow rate is costing you money. The average person spends 2 hours reading each day which is 25% of a working day, which turns out to be 25% of a working year. Your slow reading is costing your billing hours, potentially to the tune of $25,000+.Time is Money… I’m sure you’ve heard that before, but you probably have never thought about this…

Speed reading is a MUST no matter what you do day to day and it is easy to start doing if:

You know how to get comprehension, concentration, retention and recall

You know how to manage the flow of new information, to analyze and assimilate new information in terms of what you want and need
You know how to maximize on opportunities contained in huge volumes of printed and electronic material

You know how to develop Mind-mapping skills for better recall and memory