Learning to read faster is helpful when you only have time to read on your way to your book club from your other book club. Skim and don’t skip with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $79 for a one-day speed-reading workshop for one (a $279 total value)
- $149 for a one-day speed-reading workshop for two (a $558 total value)
- $289 for a one-day speed-reading workshop for four (a $1,116 total value)
Each option includes a one-day speed-reading program and lifetime phone and email support, along with online practice tools. Students may take the class again as a refresher anytime in the next five years free of charge.
The one-day workshop introduces successful techniques that stimulate the brain’s reading abilities and ready readers to devour two to six books, articles, and reports in the time it used to take to read one book or three fortune cookies. Additionally, students learn to hone concentration, which can prevent drowsiness during reading. The Center for Lifelong Learning’s pedagogues of word digestion also impart a system for taking notes that can help brains quickly recall what they just learned about brains. Meandering minds can bask happily in the results by reducing War and Peace to a mere short story. See the schedule to plan your workshop or class. Class locations will be determined after registration, but they are always in the greater Seattle area.
Center for Lifelong Learning
Akin to declaring that the sun is big, saying that Jackie Alan Giuliano loves learning is a giant understatement. The president of the Center for Lifelong Learning, Dr. Giuliano has embraced all forms of knowledge throughout his career, including a 20-year tenure at NASA, a PhD, and artistic endeavors in digital photography and the construction of dreamcatchers. Through extensive research, he and his team at the center have cultivated speed-reading lessons designed to boost the number of words students and professionals read every minute and increase retained knowledge by revisiting the way the brain processes reading. They have helped those with learning challenges such as dyslexia build confidence and equip all with the skills to excel at school, work, or while rapidly reading instructions to successfully diffuse bombs.