Learn to read faster than you ever thought possible

Have you seen that incredible Honda ad?

It’s true. You can push yourself to go faster. The ad proves your brain can read text — and understand it — at more than twice your normal speed.

Invest a day with us and learn how to do it without being plugged into a machine. Gain the ability to soar through that stack of stuff you need to read in half the time.

We can all do the most incredible things when we push a bit harder. Let us show you how.

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Why bother reading faster?

Reading faster can actually help you understand more. Don’t believe it? Here’s what one of our clients said about our Advanced Reading course.

This really challenged my preconceptions about reading and comprehension. I was amazed at how reading quickly actually improved my understanding of the content.

Reading faster also saves you time and money — helping you feel less fatigued and less stressed. Who wouldn’t want that?

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4 responses to “Learn to read faster than you ever thought possible”

  1. Hi Leigh,

    You might want to check out http://www.speedread.io.

    We use the same scientifically proven technique as in the Honda ad called “Rapid Serial Visual Presentation” (or RSVP for short). By presenting words one after the other in the same place it removes the need for your eyes to move from left to right. By avoiding this movement you can massively increase the speed at which you can read and take in information. In fact, may people are using this technique to read at over 1,000 words per minute which is over five times the average speed at which people read.

    Cheers,

    Mike

    p.s. For anyone who wants to read a classic novel in their lunchbreak they can try some free books at http://www.speedread.io/free-classics

    • Thanks Mike

      Software like yours can be really useful. People often talk to us about it when they come to our Advanced Reading course. We think software like this can work really well in tandem with the skills we teach people. The two different types of reading technique — with software and without — lend themselves to different situations, different reading material, and different types of people. They can complement each other well.

      Thanks
      Leigh

      • Thanks Leigh.

        You’re absolutely right. SpeedRead.io works well with online digital content like PDF, Word, websites, etc. but clearly there are myriad non-digital contexts where having the skills to read faster are more appropriate.

        Thanks again for the post – am pleased to “meet” people who are as passionate about this as we are!

        Mike

  2. Emily Calvert says:

    I thought of the Advanced Reading course as soon as I saw this ad! Great course, highly recommended.

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