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Speed Reading to Learn Faster - Brisbane

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  • Read business documents, journals, and online material strategically to increase speed, and improve comprehension & recall.
  • Study is made easy and fun when you know how to read strategically and with speed.
  • Reading with purpose, focus, and using the 8 ways to read effectively is a vital skill today, from high school and university students, to people returning to study, and to professionals who have to stay abreast of the latest industry information.

This intensive interactive program has you learning right from the opening, and throughout you get plenty of personalized advice from your facilitator.

Join us and give yourself every chance of success by learning advanced reading skills from a Master Trainer.

Who Should Attend?

Ideally suited for adult students, professionals, managers and anyone challenged with information overload. This is particularly relevant to those returning to study, or who wish to learn highly effective skills to enhance the most complex thing in the universe - the Brain!

Remember the more effectively you read, the more you maximise your capacity to absorb and use new information to ensure your success!

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Bill Jarrard or Jennifer Goddard, co-founders Mindwerx International

Learning to speed read effortlessly and fluently has been claimed by millions of people around the world to be one of the most rewarding and significant achievements of their lives. … Tony Buzan

This could be the greatest foundation that I can get to now improve other areas. …Adrian Hansberry

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For information on how we can tailor this program as an in-house workshop for your team please email us at: team@mindwerx.com or call Bill Jarrard direct on +61 (0)419 645 299

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