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Reading at the Speed of Thought: Accelerated Learning Techniques for Gaining More Knowledge FAST…

6 September 2010 4 Comments


Let me introduce you to this accelerated learning technique I’m getting into called Speed-Reading – a set of reading methods to (obviously) raise your reading rate without compromising comprehension.

Generally, speed-reading has 3 major goals:
reading skills for accelerated learning1.) read faster
2.) understand better, and
3.) retain (remember) more…

If you’re anything like me, you want to run through TONS of material everyday (i.e. your bookshelf is stacked), so the idea of methodically raising your reading rate turns you on…you’ll be able to learn more AND save a lot time doing it.

And since on this week’s Blog Talk Radio show we’ll go over a series of “Recommended Scrolls,” a discussion on speed reading only makes sense…

On the call, I’ll not only overview some great, powerful books, but I’ll also cover some different methods and techniques to make reading a more productive, involved, creative and enjoyable experience as well.

One of these techniques is speed reading. Check out these great tutorials below…

Think about it: when was the last time you learned how to read??? For most people, the last time they learned how to read, was the FIRST time they learned how to read…” ~ Paul Nowak, Coordinator & Instructor at irisreading.com


>> Recommended Scrolls: Great Reads for Stepping Your Knowledge-Game Up (on Blog Talk Radio)
>> Recommended Scrolls vol. 1 (Audio Interview w/ Me & El Rasun)
>> A Great Audio-Meditation Program for Developing Concentration
>> Join everyone on the facebook fanpage…
>> & check out the latest from “Today’s Transcendence…”


  • ava said:

    I agree that the goal of speed reading is to read fast, understand more and remember what you have read. The goal is to be more that you were.

  • Bryan Ogilvie (author) said:

    Yeah Ava…how long have you been into it??? I see you linked to a site here: is it yours?

  • Leah said:

    Reader’s new year can be greater being aware of that!

  • Bryan Ogilvie (author) said:

    No doubt Leah…glad you got something from this. Stay up and good luck to you

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