Category Archives: skepticism

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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Myths of Speed Reading

For the over 35 years I have taught speed reading I have been constantly asked about the same misconceptions about what I do and what our courses are all about.  I’ve decided to  do a series of posts about the subject–at least our approach … Continue reading

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Read a Banned Book

“To choose a good book, look in an inquisitor’s prohibited list.“–John Aiken Celebrate the freedom to read what you want and having an open mind during Banned Book Week, September 30-October 6, 2012.  We have listed below ten frequently challenged classics.  The … Continue reading

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