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How to Obtain, Retain and Remember Information Faster Than Ever Before

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On July 18, 2008 No Comments

With a mountain of information on my site, it may seem impossible to retain it all. That’s why I recommend you start off with this recording. In it, you’ll hear the latest speed learning techniques that will help you gain knowledge faster, remember more, and make the most of every minute.

So over the next hour, you’ll hear from a learning expert named Paul Stevens. According to Paul, the reason we read and learn slowly is because we were taught outdated methods in school. For example, most of us scan pages left to right while we sub-vocalize every word. But the good news is you can retrain your brain to think more efficiently, and in this audio you’ll hear exactly how to do that with some simple tricks you can use right away.

Key Concepts From The Interview

How to skim a page before you read it so that your brain will be linking concepts and learning faster

An easy trick that will give you an instant 30% boost in reading speed

Additional tricks for training your eye that will double – or even triple – your reading speed

What you should be asking yourself when you’re listening to a speaker so that you’re retaining more through “active listening”

What learning formats the brain responds to better and why

Simple tricks to use when you have to memorize something right away

The two different types of learning that your brain does every day and how to master both

How many times you should listen to a recording in order to really “get it”

This audio is a great place to start because it will help you make the most of everything you study. And once you learn how your brain works and the many ways you can help to make it more efficient, the possibilities will seem endless. Enjoy.

For more information, go to http://www.hardtofindseminars.com/audioclips.htm#Paul_Stevens_Speed_Learning.