4 Brilliant Tips to Speed Read Faster than Ever

Written by Michael Lee

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4) Practice, practice, practice.

When I started exercising with weights, I can only liftrepparttar lighter ones. Asrepparttar 150054 time goes by, I slowly add more and more weights as my body tends to adjust and become more comfortable carrying heavier ones.

The same concept goes for speed reading. Set a goal. Figure out how fast you can read, then create a plan to increase your ability.

If you can read 200 words per minute, set a goal to read 250 words a minute. After accomplishing this feat, set a goal to read 300 words per minute.

This takes time and practice, butrepparttar 150055 effort is all worth it. If this is your first time to set such a goal, read first those materials you are familiar with.

Carry on with more difficult ones as you progress. This way, you're not overwhelming yourself with understanding different new words and atrepparttar 150056 same time developing your speed reading skills.

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Speed reading has become a necessity in today's fast-paced world. You got to learn fast to cope up, or you'll be left behind. Here are some effective tips to speed reading success.

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The Power of Notes

Written by Roger Carr

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I would encourage you to start writing notes regularly. What a simple way to influence people's lives in a positive way. If you are concerned about how to get started,repparttar following two books onrepparttar 150018 subject have beenrepparttar 150019 most useful to me:

- "The Art ofrepparttar 150020 Handwritten Note: A Guide to Reclaiming Civilized Communication" by Margaret Shepherd

- "Business Notes: Writing Personal Notes That Build Professional Relationships" by Florence Isaacs

Get a note card, pen and stamp. Write a note to someone who has been on your mind today. Only God knows how much that person, andrepparttar 150021 world, will change forrepparttar 150022 better due torepparttar 150023 few minutes you take out of your busy schedule to write a few sentences.

Roger Carr is the founder of Everyday Giving. His life purpose is to help people help others. He lives with his wife and son in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia. Learn more about Everyday Giving and sign up for thier free ezine at http://www.everydaygiving.com.

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