Brain supercharge (Speed reading and eye training course)
- Literacy for reading and writing
- Desire to learn and progress
- Tendency to make big changes
- Enough perseverance to achieve an important goal
What exactly does speed reading mean?
Most people read at a maximum speed of 200 words per minute, while everyone has the ability to read at a speed of at least 600 words! How? Simply! Our normal brains and eyes are not able to analyze content quickly and accurately. But with a little practice and some techniques, you can reach your full potential. Our brain has the ability to do things that are beyond our imagination. The best way to use this hidden power is to learn skills such as speed reading. Speed reading is a launching pad for passing tough tests and achieving a bright future! People like Warren Buffett read a book almost every day. But when asked what regrets he has in life, his answer was why he did not read more books. Reading books keeps your mind young. By reading books, you will learn new things that will change your future career. In other words, the more books you read, the more experience you will have and the more successful you will be. Do not have enough time to study? Do not worry, because speed reading is exactly the skill that training will cure your pain.
Speed reading will wake up your brain Using your brain many times over will make you smarter.
Why is speed reading so important?
Have you ever been to a job interview? Probably yes. People can succeed in job interviews with a more productive and compelling resume. When you know other skills besides the skills needed for the job you want, you will have a better chance of getting that job. Now, if you are familiar with the knowledge of speed reading and have passed the speed reading courses, you will have the opportunity to make your resume more productive than ever (because you read a book every few days and learn a new skill …) But speed reading will not be limited to this. By learning to read fast, you can get better grades in different exams. In addition to increasing your knowledge of your field of study, this will help you find a job with a better salary, benefits, and position.
Each lecture is composed of up to dated techniques and plenty of exercises.
Who this course is for:
- Those who do not have enough time to study but have an important exam ahead of them.
- Those who have read a book for hours, but still have difficulty understanding and learning its contents.
- Or even if you have dozens of books that are rotting in the corner of your library.
- And in general, if you are not satisfied with your daily reading and you are looking for a way to change it.
- 15:37Text following and tangerine technique
- 07:20Strengthen the eyes
- 03:05Slow reader VS. Fast reader
- 05:28Observing technique
- 3 questionsQuiz 1
- 09:07Overcoming stress with proper breathing
- 02:54Phrase reading
- 02:45Eliminating sub vocalization
- 10:01The power of right hemisphere in speed reading
- 11:52Your progress
- 04:20Reading comprehension
- 3 questionsQuiz 2
My name is Ali kimiaei.
Currently, I'm a medical student.
about myself, I am an enthusiastic, self-motivated, reliable, responsible, and hardworking person. I am a mature team worker and adaptable to all challenging situations. I am able to work well both in a team environment as well as using my own initiative. I am able to work well under pressure and adhere to strict deadlines.
My life is full of learning and studying and my goal is to teach others how to learn properly.
My name is Tina Safaei
I am a dedicated, organized and methodical individual. I have good interpersonal skills, am an excellent team worker and am keen and very willing to learn and develop new skills. I am reliable and dependable and often seek new responsibilities within a wide range of employment areas. I have an active and dynamic approach to work and getting things done. I am determined and decisive. I identify and develop opportunities.