Do you wish you had better reading skills? It's a fairly easy question, however the responses can vary significantly. Do you read for pleasure, education or for your job? How well do you read? More
Do you wish you had better reading skills? It's a fairly easy question, however the responses can vary significantly. Do you read for pleasure, education or for your job? How well do you read? Some people read very fast when it's for pleasure. But, their skill level plummets when reading non-fiction. In today's world it is absolutely crucial that one reads well. This is, after all, "the information age." And, that point is driven home with a vengeance every time you log on to your computer. Reading well and reading fast are no longer just an option. There isn't a job that isn't somehow tied to reading. Even some of the lesser skilled positions that used to be purely labor intensive now require that the employee can read and do it well. What if there were a way to instantly boost your reading skills? What if you could tear down some of the self-imposed barriers you may have created for yourself and improve your employment situation? Well, there is a way to accomplish that and much more. And, it needn't require returning to school. It also won't include having to put up your youngest child as collateral, because our proposal is very cost effective.
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