Complete your book list and absorb information faster with these speed reading techniques

Complete your book list and absorb information faster with these speed reading techniques

Reading is a great way to broaden your horizons and educate yourself. If you would like to finish your book list and study more effectively, the Speed Reading Mastery Bundle is an essential purchase.


The bundle contains six video courses that teach you how to read faster without losing the meaning. You'll also discover how to memorize anything in five days using neuroscience-based techniques. You can get lifetime access now for $21 via the AlterNet Store.

Many of us resolve at the start of each new year to read more books. Unfortunately, reading takes time and modern life is hectic.

The solution? Read faster. This bundle teaches tried and tested techniques that allow you to double your reading speed almost instantly. In addition, you'll learn exercises that can further improve your reading speed with daily practice.

Of course, reading faster does not necessarily mean learning faster. That is why the bundle includes two courses on memory. Through engaging video lessons, you find out how to become a “SuperLearner” who can soak up information like a sponge.

Order now for $21 to get started and get lifetime access to all six courses.

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