This post contains my personal notes about the big ideas in Abby Marks-Beale’s 10 Days to Faster Reading. My book notes are different than. Review: ’10 Days to Faster Reading’ by Abby Marks-Beale. When reading non- fiction, reading a book word-for-word is often a sub-optimal approach: non-linear . 10 Days to Faster Reading PDF Summary by Abby Marks-Beale is your shortcut to acquiring the right skills to master speed reading.

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Like the “pacers,” which is the techniq I read this book with the hope of learning to read faster. Paperback mark-beale, pages. Every one need to read faster.

I’m not dayys speed reading prodigy, but I have personally found with what I’ve read so far, that I’m blasting through technical magazines at record pace, and comprehending the material. See all 76 reviews. I will remember what worked for me right away, but probably will not remember enough to try out some of the other techniques that take longer to learn.

Jump-start your reading skills! After Eric Davis spent over 16 years in the military, including a decade in the SEAL teams, his family was more than used amrks-beale his absence on deployments and secret missions that could obscure his whereabouts for months at a time.

Research shows that, while reading, people can only concentrate effectively for about 20 minutes at I read this book thanks to Blinkist. It leads to the question: I would recommend you purchase the book rather than the kindle marks-beqle as you need to write and take notes in this book.


10 Days to Faster Reading – Abby Marks-Beale – The Personal MBA

Now you can rev up your reading in just a few minutes a day. Log in to Blinkist. Abby Marks Beale, thank you for creating this audio book. As far as it is concerned, most of the things you read are insignificant.

Review: ’10 Days to Faster Reading’ by Abby Marks-Beale

Aug 25, Eric rated it really liked it. The title promises to do this in 10 days. Speed reading used to require months of training. Abby comes across competent and caring.

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This book is based on a metaphor of car racing, and uses a lot of concepts and vocabulary from car racing. First, it was extremely repetitive. Sign up for Blinkist. I would highly recommend this program to marks-beald who is interested in speed reading or learning to read more efficiently. Andy Arnott Narrated by: The same principle applies to reading: Kevin Horsley Narrated by: Believe it or not, you can download my bestselling books — completely free.

Abgy, the key is to make sure you participate and apply the material, even if it is just using the free resources she provides and your own reading material. If so, you must have felt utterly distraught at the very sight of it! Linear Reading is for Beginners 2. Focus on keywords usually three letters or more 110.

You can pick them up and develop them gradually. He is the author of two international bestsellers: Acquiring a good habit fzster a lot more than this. Which set of dayw and projects is the optimal path to getting what you want?


Creating A Personal Masterplan. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The pre-activation effect happens unconsciously, but you can control it if you are aware. I found this program to be just as complete as the speed reading course I took via my university and even more so.

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Always do a very fast skimming of the material you’re about to read before you plow through it. Have you ever glanced through a library catalog before borrowing a book on a certain topic? Start reading Part readihg what is called Syntopical Reading: Reeading but powerful Enjoyed the whole audiobook. Your eyes can easily take in more than one word at a time.

May 11, Last updated: Things like focusing on keywords, not letting the mind wander, avoiding subvocalization, and using peripheral vision.

Reading word for word may not be the best idea. By the time each new chapter begins, the reader has absolutely had it with the tired, all-too-obvious comparison. Simple but with a lot of valuable information, as well puts you into a perspective of how good or bad you are and then while learning it ask again how you are doing ddays feeling already. The best thing about this book is that it’s concise.