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Summer Speed Reading Students Score!

“The speed reading course included a plethora of useful techniques, including methods for studying and for interpreting and comprehending novels and literature.  I feel that after only a week with this course I learned techniques that will prove helpful for … Continue reading

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Great Speed Reading Techniques That save you time!

 Recently, Bonnie James, President of Advanced Reading Concepts was a guest of Mary B. Relotto on the Dames Bond’s Columbus BizTV show. She shared some of the Myths of Speed Reading and tips on how to read faster. You can watch it … Continue reading

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Next Reading Hint: Learn to Study Like You Learned to Draw

 In the last post we said that reading is “getting meaning and adding it to what you already know.”  This time we’ll address how to get prior knowledge and use it to have better comprehension.  Most people have already been … Continue reading

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Myths About Speed Reading–Are They Really READING It?

A common question I’m asked after telling people how fast our graduates can read at the end of our courses (average of 1,200 words per minute) is are they really reading it?  So I start our speed reading classes and seminars … Continue reading

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Myths of Speed Reading–Do I Always Have to Read Fast?

When I am asked at a gathering what I do and I reply that I teach speed reading, there are certain questions or (sometimes objections!) to what I have chosen to spend my career and most of my energy doing.  … Continue reading

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Try This New Excercise–Stretch Your Mind in 2013

“In choosing a president, we really don’t choose a Republican or Democrat, a conservative or liberal.  We choose a leader.“–Rudy Giuliani Personally, I don’t think many people do this–but they should!  Informed voters can. “I am sure that every one … Continue reading

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Why Teach Literature?

“When I read great literature, great drama, speeches, or sermons, I feel that the human mind has not achieved anything greater than the ability to share feelings and thoughts through language.” –James Earl Jones School without To Kill a Mockingbird, … Continue reading

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