How Using A Mnemonic Device Can Help You With Information Retention

How Using A Mnemonic Device Can Help You With Information Retention

What is the the best way to memorize information? Before we dive into the main thesis of this article, we should get a general understanding of how our brain performs the task of recalling material. From there, I’ll gear this article towards the memorization of information collected through reading. This approach can also be applied […]

My Favourite Speed Reading Techniques Broken Down

My Favourite Speed Reading Techniques Broken Down

Today I would like to share with you my three favourite Speed reading techniques. One for speed, the second for comprehension and the third for retention. When we set out to read faster, we also want to make sure that we are comprehending the information better and retain it longer. After all, there isn’t any […]

5 Tips To Maintaining A Strong Focus While Reading

5 Tips for Maintaining A Strong Focus While Reading

In today’s world, handheld devices, instant messengers and other similar types of distractions, make it very hard to maintain a strong focus while reading. Now, I know what you are going to say: “But my device is the best thing that’s ever happened to me asides from discovering your super awesome blog posts Joe!!!” Regardless, […]

7 Reasons Why Speed Reading Is Good For Your Brain

5 Reasons Why Speed Reading Is Good For You

Speed Reading to me is not just about reading faster. I want to be able to comprehend the information better and retain it longer. It’s the complete package. I mainly got involved with Speed Reading because of my former career in the IT sector. With technology changing everyday, I needed to stay current with all […]

Famous Speed Readers

Famous Speed Readers

President John F. Kennedy President Kennedy was a strong proponent of speed reading after taking a speed reading course with his brother Bobby Kennedy. He encouraged many in his cabinet to take similar courses and helped make speed reading popular throughout the U.S. in the 1960s. A passage from the book “Camelot at Dawn” titled […]