How to Read a Book in a Day & Remember It – Increase Productivity
July 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Do you ever feel like you’ve got more reading to do than time? You start your day with great intentions but soon enough, the books, reports, emails, and digital content just keeps piling up.
You may even find yourself re-reading things to remember them.
But what if you had a proven system to read 2 to 3x faster, absorb it all and gain an advantage in your business and personal life?
How to Read a Book in a Day & Remember it does more than just improve your reading speed. It empowers you and builds your confidence as you combine your new faster reading speed with a remarkable memory.
If you’re seeking a new career, want a pay raise or need to learn new information to make your business more profitable and efficient, you will definitely benefit from the advantage that faster reading and a better memory provide.
During this two-part workshop you will quickly resolve the slower reading habits you learned as a child and optimize your member with brain-proven “sticky memory strategies” so that you activate the faster speed, focus, retention and comprehension you need to thrive in today’s information economy. Remember the saying, “The faster you learn, the more you can earn.”
Expect to increase your reading speed by up to 100% and powerfully enhance your memory with 4 proven strategies used by world memory champions.
Registration Link: How to Read a Book in a Day & Remember It Link
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Pay Wyman, M.A., is the founder and CEO of HowtoLearn.com, HowtoLearn.Teachable.com, a university instructor and best-selling author.
She is a noted global expert in speed reading, memory, brain performance and accelerated learning who wants you to know that learning is never about being smart – it’s always about strategies that anyone can master.
During the past 30 years Pat has transformed the lives of over half a million people and you may have seen her work featured in the Washington Post, Microsoft global webinar or on radio and TV.
In high school, Pat had a math teacher tell her she was stupid as he held up her failing grade in front of the entire class. Since that day she has dedicated her life to helping others learn and master new information faster, so they can achieve their highest potential.