In an earlier article, I discussed the merits of teaching speed reading in schools. While it doesn’t appear to be something on the immediate horizon, the web has a few options worth considering if you want to upgrade your speed reading skills:
This is a quick guide from Indiana Wesleyan University.
BBC.com’s guide to students who want to learn speed reading.
Athletes have to concentrate if they’re to improve. Here is a guide from a fitness professional that includes concentration techniques.
Concentration is key not only to speed reading but also to achieving goals. Here’s a guide with suggested timers and music.
New York Times columnist Robert Wright comments on author Nicholas Carr’s suspicion that the internet ‘is chipping away [his] capacity for concentration and contemplation.’
Do you have a particular method or tool at your disposal that helps you improve your speed reading skills? Let us know in the comments.
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