Saturday, 25 April 2015

Book review on How To Read A Book.

These are called sticky burrs because they stick to your clothes and are great to play with
Turbo Charged Reading just as easily sticks in your mind giving you more time to play.

Book review on How To Read A Book.

Oh My! Just look at the size of that book.
How long is it going to take you to each-word, down every line read such a book?
The tips are useful and I'm sure that there are lots more contained in those pages.
However, the whole 5 success levels of Turbo Charged Reading
are probably written in less than 30 pages - I'll have to count.
Sure they are all transcribed as MP3s
and there are loads of hyperlinks in case you want to discover
some interesting background information.
(And an increasing number of videos as time goes by.)
Within those pages I've written and borrowed techniques to deal with the gremlins
people often come across when learning something they think is new.
Turbo Charged Reading isn't actually new as some of the skills were used in the Bronze age
and you already have all the skills now - you just use them in a slightly different order.

Introduction to Turbo Charged Reading YouTube
A practical overview of Turbo Charged Reading YouTube 
How to choose a book. A Turbo Charged Reading YouTube
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The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

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