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Speed Reading Mastery: Double Your Reading Speed In 7 Days

Jordan Harry, CEO at StudyFast | TEDx (2M+ Views)

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28 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. What is the Speed Reading Mastery Course?

      1:56
    • 2. 5 Things Holding Your Reading Speed Back

      2:30
    • 3. Why You Should Train Your Memory First

      1:37
    • 4. The Speed Reader's Mindset

      1:26
    • 5. Why Goals Are Important to Your Success

      1:31
    • 6. Power of Visual Images

      1:30
    • 7. Power of Chunking

      1:39
    • 8. APPLICATION: Chunking

      1:25
    • 9. Mind Maps

      1:24
    • 10. Story Telling

      3:19
    • 11. Power of Memory Palaces

      2:18
    • 12. Rapid Pre-reading

      1:57
    • 13. Gliding

      1:26
    • 14. RSVP

      2:18
    • 15. APPLICATION: RSVP

      0:58
    • 16. Peripheral Vision

      1:16
    • 17. Peripheral Drill

      0:50
    • 18. Pacers

      2:25
    • 19. APPLICATION: Pacer

      1:09
    • 20. How to Speed Read Everyday

      1:29
    • 21. The F.A.S.T. Strategy™

      1:27
    • 22. First Assessment

      1:13
    • 23. Active Reading

      2:16
    • 24. Storage

      1:22
    • 25. Transfer

      1:48
    • 26. How to Speed Read Everyday!

      0:46
    • 27. BONUS: How to Speed Read With Dyslexia

      1:12
    • 28. APPLICATION: Pomodoro

      1:18
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About This Class

DOES READING SLOW YOU DOWN?

With the mountains of growing information you face daily, the ability to read 2, 3 and even 4 times faster with comprehension is a vital skill.

The Speed Reading Mastery online course will help you save valuable time and stay ahead as you read faster with greater focus, comprehension, and retention.

Imagine if you could learn that language you’ve always wanted to speak, master an instrument or simply read the unread books on your bookshelf.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SPEED READING

Most people don’t realise you can improve your reading speed. Many of us believe we are either a good or a bad reader.

The truth is there is no such thing as a bad reader- just an untrained reader.

For many people, they feel out of control because they were left behind by the education system.

INTRODUCING: SPEED READING MASTERY COURSE

This online course helps you improve the four key elements of reading:

1. Mindset
2. Memory
3. Eye movement
4. Reading speed

Imagine how many hours you can regain in your life when you double or triple your reading speed. If you save just one hour per day for a year, that equals 365 hours and more than nine 40-hour work weeks!

And what I encourage you to do is share your new skill with those around you as you will become a source of inspiration.

Something once taught is twice learned.

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR

- Corporate professionals
- Entrepreneurs
- Students
- Teachers
- Avid readers

How long does the course take
You can go through the course in one day or spread it out across one month.
It won’t be easy - but if you put the work, you are guaranteed to succeed.

WHAT YOU'LL GET INSIDE

- How to double your reading speed instantly!
- Advanced time-saving skimming/scanning methods
- How to speed read fiction and non-fiction 
- Effective Note-Taking for Greater Retention!
- Better Methods for Online Reading!
- Reading and comprehension tests
- Online applications
- BONUS: Speed Reading With Dyslexia 
- BONUS: E-book “The Quick Guide to Speed Reading”

SPEED READING MASTERY COURSE

  • Over 1 hour of video content

  • Certified certificate

  • Access to online applications

  • Lifetime access to updates

  • 1-Year money-back guarantee

30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE

You are fully protected for 30-day by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you don't double your reading spend and maintain a 65% comprehension level just let me know and I'll send you a prompt refund- no questions asked.

MEET THE INSTRUCTOR

Jordan Harry - TEDx Speaker (2M Views) | Mixed Martial Artist | Public Speaker

I am a memory and speed reading coach, and in the past few years, I have taught over 20,000 people from 147 countries speed reading, memory and public speaking.

When I was 10 I had a speech impediment which left me struggling with speaking in public and reading.

I now read seven times faster than the average reader (1,500 words per minute), the CEO at StudyFast and an international public speaker.

My mission is to make speed reading and memory training accessible to all.

Featured on the BBC, TED, Virgin StartUp and Metro.

WHAT OUR LEARNERS SAY

Kelly-Ann- Marketing Executive

"I did the course over a period of 7 days and my wpm almost doubled and I had a 10% increase in my comprehension. I went from 340 words per minute to 616 words per minute which demonstrates that the techniques genuinely work."

Danielle - University Lecturer

"Speed reading is intimidating but this course has made it feel possible to genuinely improve my reading speed. I learned some valuable lessons and takeaways and looking forward to applying them."

Sara - Undergraduate Student

"Everything is justified so concisely and with the science to corroborate it. It also feels more like a personal course than it does someone just talking at you. It was also just a friendly and calm course; it was almost refreshing to turn to the next section.

I also loved the extra bit of guidance at the end for people with dyslexia. I don't personally have it but it was nice that those with possible reading difficulties were addressed as well."

Transcripts

1. What is the Speed Reading Mastery Course?: do you wish you could read more books? Well, the common problem is that you don't have enough time with your professional on your personal commitments. There's not much time at the end of day for passing development. Well, the good news is, no one is a bad reader. You ever trained or untrained? I was speeding and mastery. Course. I'm gonna show you how easy it really is. Let's take a look inside way. Get to the online course. You'll see that you have over one hour off video content, cover fiction, nonfiction online and offline. Additionally, we also have memory of speeding tests so you can see your transformation from day one today . Seven. On. By the end of the course, you'll get certified speed reading certificate, which point your CV, all your ringtone show people that you've become a speed reader. Now that we've had a look inside the course, who are my My name's John Harry. When I was 10 years of age, I used to have a speech impediment. This meant speaking in public and even reading was my biggest fear. Fast forward to today and now, having accelerated reading speed, that's seven times faster than the average person weeding out 1500 words a minute. 80% comprehension. It's now my passion to show you do just that with the course. We're gonna give you a one year guarantee. Why, for two reasons. One, I believe so much in the results off this program and to if for what ever reason. You don't get the results that you deserve. We'll give you money back, no questions asked. Because we haven't done our job. That's all from me. Were you waiting for become a speedier today and involved below? 2. 5 Things Holding Your Reading Speed Back: Before we move forward, you need to know what's holding you back. There's five bad habits we learned when we were Children. That's holding our reading speed back. The first have it will look at it. Question. Now we've all probably got to the end of a page and wondered why I just read or even west end of a sentence on one of what we've just read reason for that is the lack of focus. Surprisingly, we spend about 30% of our time reading during the question. Now Russian to a degree is beneficial for some topics, and I would love a little bit forever phone in the course, However, for a lot of the time we want to eliminate that. Next, we move on to our focus. My mind wonders when we eat slowly. Therefore we struggle. Focusing one quick way we can fix that is by increasing our reading speed. If you imagine John at nine MPH, you're gonna have to pay attention as opposed to driving a famous by what we can look out the window. The bad habit is self organization, the one a lot of people struggle to combat. That's a little voice inside your head as you read and probably reading to read the notes on the side. This voice is great. When we're reading was that we don't understand. But when we see a stop sign, we don't say the word stop And I had we see the word but we don't hear it. And this is something that we're gonna have to try and fried the session. Simple stuff, like low level distractions such as passing it on to top your mouth as you read or tapping on the table as you go along will distract that little voice in your head and focus more on the match by hand. The full form is fixations. Eyes bounced as we read, but the average person has between 10 to 12 fixations Pioline bouncing from every word. I imagine that's extremely strenuous on your eyes, so we need to make your eyes more efficient so you could read longer and finally your peripheral vision, which is working at sub optimal level right now. Off present, you can see me, but you can also see the notes towards left of me. However, when we read, we read one word at a time and that is limiting us if we can meet one way to see I have a word other side. Imagine how fast we can member. We then can take free fixations, high line, working our way. Get a bigger picture a lot quicker. I'll be ready to play some habits. 3. Why You Should Train Your Memory First: What made study fast unique is the mythology that I've created. Every speeding and company today teaches reading speed fast and then memory. However, that's flawed. It's easy for those instructors to official reading speed. But by the time you've left a seminar, you have forgotten half of what you've just read. Let's unknown what you remember the next day. Study fast aims to challenger by training memory first and then reading speed, and the best analogy I can give you is the red bucket, the funnel in the garden host. So we'll start with your red bucket. You're wet. Bucket is your comprehension. How much you actually understand the funnel is your short term memory. Otherwise known is working memory on the garden hose is your covenant reading speed. So if you could imagine that bucket on the table a little fun on the Garden House president , that water is going for the funnel perfectly fine on the waters and dripping into the bucket E's. However, if I was to introduce a fire hose, very little would go into that final over feeling and nothing would go into the bucket and you would understand very little. So instead what we work on is focusing on increasing your fun of your short term memory fast so we can make that funnel bigger. And then we introduce the fire hose and increased reading speed. Ah, lot more water. It's gonna go fruit of short term memory through the funnel. A lot more is gonna end up in that bucket, your comprehension. 4. The Speed Reader's Mindset: But before we get into that mythology of training your memory, we fasting to look at your mind, set on the force and perceptions that you have around Speed Leader Taking over the start ground. I think you'll be surprised the majority off society state around 200 words per minute. However, the top 10%. We don't accelerate speed of a speed reader off 600 words per minute. Is there a 0.1% off society lead over 1000 words per minute? There's no reason why you can't be in the top 10% of society, but of course it's easy when you know how. But you've already taken the first step. So how do we speed read? But we use both parts of our brain. The left part of our brain looks at the logic, the fairy, the numbers and the words. So when you're reading, you're using in the left part your time. However, you're missing a big part, lest invite side your limbic, your limbic looks for emotions, feelings and visuals. That's where the memory resides By combining the two. That's what will happen when you speed feed. You'll be using the both at the same time. But first we need to understand how the memory works and how eyes work. We need to look at, why they do that, and then I will show you exactly what we can do. 5. Why Goals Are Important to Your Success: before we get into memory training, I need you to do three things for me with that paper and pen, which I hope he grabbed when I told you to. I need you to write down just three goals free, measurable goals by the end of this court that you want to achieve, whether that's we'd for him to worth per minute. Or I want to at least travel my reading speed or increase my comprehension by 70%. Or by the end. Of course, I want to finish the book on my bookshelf. Whatever your goal is, keep it passable, but make sure you write it down. There's a fantastic science and actually writing things and bringing it to actualization and speaking into the world nest. Your motivation. Write down three things that are motivating you to even involved in this course and why you want to become speed reader because I could sit in the last video you will be faced with very in frustration. If you didn't have that constant memory off while you're doing this, you will struggle. So having that to fall back on will help you. Are you motivated to get that fast? Agree honest in your degree. Or you may try to save more time at work. Make sure you write this down. And finally, your future self. What will it actually be like to be a speed reader? I waited by a short sentence off the feelings the force on actually what you'll do what you want, a speed reader. Picture that Write it down, Keep it to yourself. Show your family. But the important things you write it down. 6. Power of Visual Images: Now you finished that pretty, dense, heavy material about how your brain a memory works. We're now gonna look at why we use visual images during speed reading. They say a picture's worth 1000 west or to be processed is worth 30,000. And that's per second. And you're gonna be surprised. I'm gonna show you exactly how in just three seconds. So take a look at this picture and enlist all the things you can remember from it. You'll be surprised by how much you actually remember, and yet we only put that picture up for free seconds. Now, what exactly happened with your limbic brain? Took in the color, the emotions you felt on the uniqueness of the images you saw in that picture. Now they say you don't remember 30% off what I'm telling you right now. Tomorrow. But if I add images, you remember a fantastic 60% by just adding visual images to join speed reading. We need to make sure this is consistent. Whether you're listening to audiobooks or listening to YouTube videos, you need to make sure that your constant making visual images of the word your hearing make this a habit. I need to do this stating not just one reading, listening as well 7. Power of Chunking: How does use your bankcard help your memory? Well, if you take a look at your bank card right now but don't want, we can use this one. I've got a pair. You notice it's jumped and four digits. And the reason that is is because science has shown that a short term memory can has a limit off 2 to 4 pieces of information. Now we can actually have that. We can actually remember up to 16 piece of information by using Chungking, for example, in your car you have 16 digits, but they've managed to break that up into four chunks. So therefore, God forbid, you'll use your bankcard. You'll be out. Remember your number. The reason why this is important because we're looking at the short term to long term memory. Now, if you picture your brain as the Amazon warehouse, there's a lot of boxes, and that is all your short time memory. But what happens is that there's little forklift that come along. That's the hippocampus, and it decides whether or not it's important. If it's important, it will take out off the short term memory and store it into long term section. So you need to understand. How do we take something from short term to long term? When Chungking and by doing so, we need to prove to our hippocampus that has importance and relevance. Using visual images, watch your sister because it will stick out in your memory. Your brain wants to be efficient on a daily basis. You see hundreds of messages, information phone that you and your brain doesn't want to remember all that. So it's actually quite efficient by the moving bits of information that isn't that so. 8. APPLICATION: Chunking: to use a Chungking drill had ever to see Human Academy by entering in this you are well, this will be found, of course, below this video or of in descriptions to don't worry about that. Once you had over here, of course, explore all of their game. They have some incredible games for memory and even had special reading speed. What I want to tell you Focus to start with the vanden words Level one for Chungking. Here, take the time to read instructions. But as I'll be talking for no need. Now you can decide on how many links and how many markers par link. But for now, we'll leave as default on. We'll start a new mount all you have to do, I say all is. Remember these words in the sequential order. These will stay where they are. Remember usual story telling method usual visual images to help yourself create these. Once you've done it, got it. And simply in enter the word that you remember being in that section and so on and so forth . It's not so simple when you're done, Hit done. She Hominy got clicked. How many you got also shows you how much time it took for you to memorize it. So this actually test your retrieval? Wait, because remember, you never forget anything to remember. It's just how quick are you able to retrieve something, So enjoy using the soup. You'd, um, academies, tools, and I'll see you shortly. 9. Mind Maps: my maps. They've probably noticed throughout this course, I've been using my maps to help you remember? How has that been working? We're gonna show you now. You may have noticed on each my map, we have little tendons that come off these little things. There's only free of them. And the reason that we use Chungking So remember, in the previous video are short time, and we can only store a few pieces of information. So the reason why I limited because I want you to remember the key facts and figures before we go into more detail. You then notice each one issue some form of visual images. This will help because you're using various tools to help DeCota altogether. Now decoding is way. Use various senses to remember information. For example of UV, an article about chocolate. It's all good. Just reading it. If you can actually experience the taste of the chocolate the sound of when you break it. The texture, as you're reading along is going to help but more specifically with my maps. Usual kinesthetic because you're actively having to write down. So you're using more than one sense to remember what you're noting now about this. I encourage you to use my maps and effective note taking tool not just for your thinking, but also for your memory. 10. Story Telling: storytelling. We've all done it when we were kids. But I'm gonna show you how we can combine that with my maps to remember that information. Now, I want you to remember this list of 15 words I'm about to tell you. Well, then give you time to write down everything you remember. So get yourself comfortable. Somebody's given to you. Box canon tree go Water 10 Water box. Canon museum car. Come. Poster bends. Okay, pause. This video now on, write down everything you remember. Okay, So how did you do? It's a practice out for not so much. Don't know why, because we're gonna go again. But this time I went to shut your eyes and remember it. This time, as I tell you, a story in the boats that was academy. The cannon shot girl into the tree where she the water pen. Unfortunately, the water washed her into another box where she found a poster on the poster. Had a bench with the museum that was advertising a new car. Okay, Now open your eyes. Note down as many words that you can remember this time on that second attempt. Not for this fair time. I want you Shut your eyes one more time but I want you to go over in your head now in reverse to remember your story and go backwards. Now try and deconstruct it. What you notice is that less got bigger when we made the story for free reasons, so we'll take a look. The first is primacy and recency. Now we touched upon that in the first chapter. So you probably noticed the first words you remembered on the last one. You probably remember the most. That's OK, because we're showing how we actually learn again. The next his association, you most probably associate ID things like the box and the tree together both made out of wood and the next then found out You remember the abstract things by the water pen or the girl falling out of the tree. Abstract associations, primacy and recency. I think things are really important remembering short term information on being able to then store that into a long time. Make sure that those images that you're making our favorite the abstract and that they also associate it with something that you remember 11. Power of Memory Palaces: the next technique we're gonna use to take that my map and store into long term memory is memory passes. Now, the moment palace we're gonna use your bedroom. Sounds quite weird. Quite abstract. But remember something that's possible, vivid and abstract is gonna work best for that limbic brain to remember. So we're gonna end to your house, but we're gonna do in a clockwise fashion. Now I need you to on your paper. Label these items. So throughout your room, have your bed, your desk, your door, whatever furniture you have in your room in a clockwise fashion. As if you were entering for the door on each of those items. A clockwise fashion by number 12345 on each piece of furniture that these are gonna hold different pieces of information. What you need to make sure is that you're familiar with different. You can't use a room you never bean in. So that's why we're gonna use your bedroom. Hopefully, you're in it right now, and then you have to make sure that you don't reuse this room for different bits of information. So we'll use this as an example. Your my maps on speed reading. I'm more specifically memory, so you're on the memory section off your mind map, but you can also put the speed reading stuff. On top of that. If you've got five bits of information for memory, that's one item on each. Don't then put five bits of speed reading information on top of that furniture. You can't we use it. So what I want you to do is place one. Never information on one of those in attendance on. Put that on one bit of furniture, say folks on pure desk. So every time you think off, say visual images, you remember your desk and keep doing that from your brain and have a little game of yourself. Used vehicle and, of course, review it. Say to yourself. Okay, what's on my desk? Oh, yes, it's visual images. And as she have maybe a picture frame on your desk once again, he's a visual, which is ironic. And then the next state you have chunkin, so maybe you have your credit card on your bed. But test yourself when you walk into a room, always going clockwise fashion. This way you'll be out to member large bits of information using your mind map as a no taking strategy and store that into your long term memory 12. Rapid Pre-reading: Okay. Now, on to my favorite part and the most exciting for you and probably the reason why you've involved in this course. We're now going to start increasing your reading speed. Now that you know how your eyes actually work, we're now gonna look at why the strategies We're gonna use a gun, Increase giving speed. So begin. We will look at the first habit we're gonna address Focus. We're gonna use a technique called Rapid pre reading. The rapid providing is gonna show you how you commie that book in 10 minutes. Well, know exactly what it will do. It will give you a great overview off what the book's about. Before you start reading, you need to know how long it's gonna take you. This will give you a little bit motivation. There's only got 14 pages. You can estimate how long it's gonna take. And you could block that time. We've all done it before where we've started a Google scholar paper we started reading on. We realized only on the second page in that little scroll bar hasn't moved an inch. You need to make sure you go all the way through whatever document you're going through to actually acknowledge what you actually gonna beat this? What's your interest? Your brain. And engage that limbic part of it. If you see graphs making out of it. If you see keywords, take note. This is a form of skimming. Were you just looking for key things that really stick out your limbic prime? So usual pen. If it is your book, I make notes off visual things that pop out to you when you go through it. And finally it will give you hooks. So once you've done 10 minutes of rapid previewing for your material with the notes that you've made that really stuck out to you, they're gonna create hooks as you then use a speed and technique court paces later on. Because what it will then dio is it will mind your brain. I remember seeing the first time, and it will increase that comprehension just ever so slightly. So you're not seeing it with fresh eyes. So as you read, you get a bigger picture and short a period of time 13. Gliding: So I still hope you got that bankcard. How On your table. For good reason. Because you're not gonna use it for this next reading job called Lighting and the habitat is going to address its regression. As I mentioned earlier, we spent about 30% of our time as you bu beating. But what if we took away that safety net wife? You couldn't actually read the sentence you just read. Sounds counterintuitive. And it's a good point because you know that we have to do with all material. The thing that I like to call is the academic versus Harry Potter so I could have a piece of paper. You won't actually want to use this technique because what we've noticed from actually reviewing work is your notice. Your comprehension increases if you don't understand what sentence means purely because of the jargon and concepts it's used in. Yes, I advise you be vita. But for example, if you're getting high, potter advise you keep sliding. Increase that speed. Now, remember, speeding is the superpower is something you turn on, turn off at your leisure. But for the passes, Joe, I want to take your bankcard flipped over so there's no numbers facings that will distract you. And as you read the sentence, move it down that line. So you cover it up, and now we'll fix your focus as well, having to pay attention to what you're reading because you know there's no way to go back. 14. RSVP: this next door has nothing to do with invitations. R S V P. Sensual, rapid serial visual presentation. What exactly is that? Was an online tool and you'll find a link below in the pdf. Until then, let me explain a little bit about why I love r s v P. Now it focuses on the free habits that really do hold everything. Speak back. One is sub vocalization a little voice in your head you use when you read. And the reason why we need to eliminate that leaves limits it because we're then held toe are talking speed. So if we can only talk out 200 words per minute, how can we expect to read any faster by reducing that the few strategies Winner years The first is increasing your reading speed for increased orbiting speed. That voice simply can't keep up. The next is the fixations. With this artist VP tour, you're gonna be looking at the middle off the screen by looking at the middle of screen, you won't be able to bounce around. Your eyes will be fixated on one point Caviar. Of course, we don't actually beat like this, But the reason why we're gonna use it because it will train your professional vision the thing that has been limiting us for a very long time. By focusing on the middle word, you'll be out to see the words either side. Now, when you get to the drill, I went to acknowledge your base line of reading speed and increase it by two times. So if you have a baseline of 200 you're then gonna move it up to 400 words per minute. Now I don't want you won't comprehend a lot of the material, but you're then adjusting your assisting feast feeding speed. We're eliminating this little voice in your head and your folks in the middle of screen. After about two minutes of doing the drill, would you sit back to, say, 250 bites per minute on what you're noticed? It's a lot more comfortable, because what you find is just like driving on a motorway. If you're driving at 90 MPH, you're paying attention and you're not looking around too much, but slowly ticket for after guests and move about 40 MPH. You found this speed a lot more comfortable as to if we went from 30 to 40. So how that makes more sense. When she started a job 15. APPLICATION: RSVP: to use theocracy. Peterle head over to accelerate a dot com Once A, you'll find some dummy text in the box. You can have a highlight and add your own or leave it where it is for the stoma. More hit. Begin and you'll see that I've sent this to 250 words per minute with free words. Simply it read. Try and keep up. Of course. Trying Use their super compensation effect by setting the speed farther and you can keep up and introducing it on what your notices. It's relatively slower. Then what? It was second guard. Play around with speed. This is called Flexing Your reading speed, just like flexing a muscle varying from slow speeds. Too far speed, fast speed to slow speeds. Head of two settings and miss it. We can change the words permanent and the chunk size. For now, that's all. Enjoy 16. Peripheral Vision: Oh, sorry, I didn't see that now. But you don't have been the huge land struggle in this course. Well, juggling actually helps with your peripheral vision. However, for speed reading, you know, very that were operating at sub optimal level. The reason I say that is because we're reading every single word. But what if I said to you we can cut out about 50 words per page? Simple equation. Say, for example, 25 lines on with your peso in this next drill, I wouldn't start one word in. I don't need to finish one way out on each side. You'll miss out 25 ways. That's 50 words in total that we can save. The purpose of this Joe is not actually miss those words, but to see those were your peripheral vision. So by starting one way, then you should already be out to see the or a or and on the left hand side, and, of course, towards the right hand side towards the end of the sentence. So in a moment, I wasteland how to juggle simply by foreign one ball and catching the ever try and focus on the middle catching on either side Now over to you 17. Peripheral Drill: by now, you don't have to struggle, but seriously, you won't need to that struggle to become a speed reader. The weight this powerful toe online is extremely simple. All you have to start one wedding. I've using a cast as a Pacer bullpen on your screen finish. One went out. He was governor. Try to make this a habit because, remember, memories are stored best when emotion and action attached. It's about using your pace up when you're screaming. You reading Starting mom, Weddin fish one went out. You actually teacher brain, that this is important and it needs to pay attention because you're taking physical action , which make it a little easier when you associate information with the action off using your pacer. 18. Pacers: if r s v. P was my favorite technique. This is my second favorite. I'm probably the most practical one that you can use paces. Now what? You need to do this for all these or pen and the way you're going to use this is gonna battle bad habit fixations because our eyes are designed to follow smooth motions. They read together. So just happen in the 10,000 meters how they have a pace out, and from you're gonna control your reading speed with the book in front of you. Lay it flat, place your finger, underline off each sentence and just follow in above the tip of your finger. Now, what this is gonna do, you're using jaw coding. Joe coding is a method once again, as I mentioned before, using different senses. So now you're not just looking at the book visually, but you can aesthetically touching the paper. And that has a spatial awareness. What if you find a keep it of information, you will be out to recall that a lot better. Just because you've touched that paper now paces it's a draw that we're gonna use in just a moment. I'm gonna crease it quite rapidly. But one thing I want you to say is make this a habit. So go beyond the drilled up about Teoh. What will increase your reading speed by least two times in just a moment? But what we need to do is use us in every format you can of its online, using the Cassa under each sentence or using your hand well. You'll find them because your eyes are bouncing. There will be a lot more efficient I following that smooth motion when you got to read longer, you have a lot greater focus because you're physically having attached to paper and keep pace, and finally you have a constant acceleration. So when you find out your reading speed is actually slowing down or you're not moving as fast as you want to, you can just pick up the pace. So in the job, allow you go through variations of comprehension the fast you you understand quite a bit as you move on your comprehend very little, because you'll be moving your hand at speeds under a second. Don't movie at that stage, because what we're getting your eyes used to is moving at speed, eliminating the fixations on increasing that focus. And then what you'll find is as you turn back to your normal reading, you'll see a huge increase, so we'll see how you go in the draw blood. 19. APPLICATION: Pacer: for the pace of job, head over to the chrome Web store and enter pacer speed reading. What you'll find is this genius tool, which is, I believe, underrated. As you see, only 250 users know about this. Once you've installed it, you've got this little icon top right corner, head over to any website, which has texture you want to read? It could be 11th this block, which I'm a huge fan about, or it could be your Facebook news feed. Once on the page, little like, um, set the settings. Let's put 250 words per minute, average being speed, and you can play around again with settings in your own time. Simply hit, apply now click on the text to start the Pacer. It's this in present, they're your eyes to keep up with a pacer and you'll finally be had to read longer and fast . And now that you have a visual guide and to stop it, simply head over to the link, it stopped and then click back onto text. Simple as that. Enjoy using the pace of speed reading plug in 20. How to Speed Read Everyday: It's been an emotional journey, but we've made it for together. But one final thing to make sure your reading speed not only maintains but increases, we need to make sure we keep using it. I watched you gonna lose that. The final thing I want to turn your attention to is micro learning. Micro learning is fascinating, but to do so, you need to practice. Be reading at every given moment, wash your waiting in the line speed. Read the chocolate by about five. Let's be read the adverts on the TV on speed Read. Maybe that love letter your beloved send you. I use that every moment. Keep exercising it because your eyes our muscle. You need to keep using them on keeping the brain engage. Constant. Review the material so you don't forget. Next, you wanna look at tiny habits. I touched upon it last time, but tiny habits of really important to make sure speed reading becomes a habit in your life . We're all busy on finding time is extremely difficult. If you don't have two minutes to your life. Well, you poor you don't have a life. So try and spend one minute in the morning leading a book on of a minute before bed and to make sure you keep that going down. No productive ity app such as productive and streak that each and every day it reminds you and you can record it so you can get a little war, a little boost dopamine to know you're on track. 21. The F.A.S.T. Strategy™: how to speed read anything. You've gone through the hard work, and now it's time to be your awards. But you also need to know how we're gonna use your techniques in a practical sense, which a lot of speed meaning training doesn't do. So I'm gonna give you going to give you the fast strategy we're going to stop with the f The first assessment, your rapid Previte, which we touched upon in area tractors. Next, you make your way down to the active reading. So once that document is in front of you and you've done your vapid pre leading and now we have to decide what type of speed reading technique are you gonna use. We use Arliss VP fits online gliding or paces. Next, we work away to storage the S. How you gonna store the information? I'm gonna use my maps, which had advice. Would you then use memory palaces or the technique off storytelling? And finally, the team transfer how we're gonna try and feel what you stored into a long time memory free techniques off teaching it, making that habit and then reviewing the information because the book is, um and so on your shelf to collect dust. There isn't meant to be read once. It's like a best friend. Keep going back and revisiting it. Now we're gonna break down each segment with my apology. So you know how to speak. Read anything? 22. First Assessment: the first step to the mythology, the F The first assessment This is not so simple or you need to remember, is rapid pre reading. But what Santana again, So I'll quickly refresh it. We need to look at the title. Sounds obvious, but common sense isn't common practice with any to assess. How long is it gonna take us by looking at the amount pages on the death of each wires and lines on each page? Then we need to see how much time we have as individual to go through this. If we only have 10 minutes, then we know we need to quickly scan and skim, picking out the key bits of information as opposed to doing an in depth scan with paces. And then we moved to Pappas. Why we've eating this? What we look at the game from this novel is helping motivation. We'll make sure that you're using a time efficiently because time is precious, so wasted wisely and finally, we need to look at the contents page to give you that overview of what you're about to take him. Doing. The vapid Previte fast will help you decide what speed reading technique you're gonna use in the activating in the next step 23. Active Reading: the second stage is the active reading. What speed and technique are you gonna use? This is a process where you need to actually do that. Rapid pre read and assess. What material is it? Is it online or hard? Copy. And they need to go for the checklist. If you use an r S V p, it only works online. Unfortunately, that's a software is only available online. However, if the hard copies or online you can use busted lighting on the Pacer technique for online , would lighting simply scroll down as you get along? So it covers up that line or usual Castle with the Pacer. Each line next you need to figure out Is that a mass report? Are there gonna be numbers involved? And if so, probably not best to use R S V P because you won't have the chance to go back because that's the whole purpose of R S v P. It's Dr Oppression. The same again with lighting, gliding prevents the question. So if you look in the equations, it's probably not best to cover them up as you go along, but one that will help you of the Pacers whenever you on the phone book. I'm sure if we still use them, you still use your finger to look for a number. So I encourage you to keep using the pace of whether that's numbers or words. And finally, when we want a fiction and non fiction I mentioned, I live in the course that speeding is a superpower, something you turn on and turn off usually at night time. You may have 20 minutes, and in fact you don't really want to speed read your high Potter novel. Instead, you take your time. So the R S v p I wouldn't recommend for fiction, but from non fictions that as an academic paper, feel free to put that into software. But as a caveat here, make sure you review the paper afterwards. Next we move onto sliding. I recommend that you only use it for fiction and not for nonfiction, because it does stop question once again. So make sure that if you are using gliding that you do go back in the view. So lift that card up on re vihd what you've just read. Once again, we come to our old friend who's our favor. The Pacer, the pace of works for all of them. Once again, this is either the physical or mental checklist you want to use when you get to second stage. 24. Storage: next we move into our fat stage storage how, you know, store the information you're taken in using the speed with techniques. Face it, we go back to our free old friends. We have the story telling my maps, Have memory Palace. We go to the fast technique, the story telling you beat the five worth of online and hard copies. And this pattern follows throughout with the my maps and memory palace with its digital, or how happy you'll be out to take that information and put it into ever format. Then we move our way down to words and numbers. Unfortunately, storytelling doesn't let's say work with equation the numbers because what's gonna happen is gonna get ever so confused. We have visual images, attachments, different associations and you're just gonna get muddled up. So instead, stick with just waas in key locations. But with my maps and memory palace, you will have the luxury of using up both words on numbers, moving our way down to the final step. Fiction or nonfiction. The good news is it works with all of them, so when you get to the story stage, you have a lot more flexibility in terms of what technique you use. In fact, you can combine quite few, as you mentioned earlier in Crete, your mind map and use story telling or the memory palace to remember that key information on the my man. 25. Transfer: Finally, we come to the final step T Stansell transfer. We're gonna look at the free stages you can use to transfer this into a long time in me. The first is teach what you actually estimated. The information. Make sure you pass on. Pay it forward. So teachings you've learned today teach someone else because some think once talk is twice lamb. With anyone down toe habit, you need to make speeding and in fact, any information you take on a habit, and the way you can do this is through space landing. There's a lot of studies done in space landing, and if you're interested more in depth, you'll see below a pdf where you can learn more. But to put it simply, you want to keep making sure you review the information on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Creating a habit is hard than what it sounds. First, we need to look at the queue. So, for example, if you want to learn to read more, we need to put a queue of the book by a bedside table. It's every time you see that you have to then do an action, you pick it up just for one minute. This is called a tiny habit Tiny have. It's a great because what you'll find is that reading for one minute may turn into reading for 20 minutes on what you'll find it because it seems so small, effortless. It's easy to do and you do on a daily basis. Finally, you'll have that award. That is the final step for the habit formation. You need to make sure you have some sort of award in place. Whether once you finished that book, you award yourself by buying another book. All you treat yourself and some of a form all that you decide. But make sure you make a habit. Teach people have reviewed the information. Don't let it connect test. 26. How to Speed Read Everyday!: I finally thank you. It's not been easy on I warned you the beginning. You might be mad with frustration, but you persisted. You've learned. And hopefully by comparing your first test your final one, you've seen that you've increased your reading speed by 200% and maintained and if not improve your comprehension. If, however you did him, make sure you revisit some of the content, contact me or leave your question in the discussion section, or myself of the community can answer your question. And don't forget to download your satisfy certificate to show the world that you are now satisfied Speed reader. 27. BONUS: How to Speed Read With Dyslexia : So how do you speed read If you have too sexy speed reading isn't limited by your physiology is affected by your beliefs and force. And that's why we adjust your mindset. Begin with. So what if you do have to sexy the key principles You wanna be taken away from the course she always wanted be using a pacer. Pacers are crucial for you to make sense and keep track off the words that you're taking him next. Gradually increased abating speed. So for some of the drills, and as you move forward, make sure that you're no increasing speed too fast because comprehension is an issue we don't make any West. So what we'll do is gradually see that progress over extended period of time. And finally we come to the mind maps I've ever about the my maps. But for people of dyslexia, make sure use them not just as a note taking strategy, but as a thinking tool to make sense of everything around. You use my maps for by academic life on our planet to make sure that you know, the faster you read, the faster you learn 28. APPLICATION: Pomodoro : to use the Pomodoro technique in your day to day life, head over to the chrome Web store again. This time, enter strict workflow once you've installed at your says Little red tomato, which in Italian is Pomodoro. That's why it's called Pomodoro technique and Start, or you Do is left looking and you see a timer begins the only through the minutes go down, and then once you're finished, all you want to take a break. Simply click again, and you can have two options where you'll be able to edit the work on the break time. You can also create a ring so you know when time's up and, more interestingly, which I havent used your exact little willpower. You can block certain websites, so during the 25 minute period, you can't go on them. I don't really use this feature cause there's times where I do need on Facebook. I need to speak to someone on day. I have to go into the app to them removed, so I would advise no using this and use your will power. But that's how used strict workflow. Very simple, very functional on to reset it. You just have to left like it again. And I could say, When the break time comes, it runs automatically, and then you start your next Commodore.