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This article was published on February 12, 2018

Read 300 books a year as you whiz through volumes like The Flash

Read 300 books a year as you whiz through volumes like The Flash
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Brandon Hakim got ticked off when he realized the knowledge he got from books was far more useful than what he learned from the thousands of dollars spent on his college education. So Brandon dedicated himself to reading — and understanding — more. In fact, he figured out a way to read over 300 books a year and, just as importantly, retain and use all that new-found knowledge.

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Brandon Hakim himself leads your training as you go back to the roots of your learning and understand how the methods you learned in school may be just what’s also holding your knowledge intake back today.

Then, you’ll break through those walls as Hakim outlines how to retrain your brain to enjoy reading more, instantly double your reading speed, and more. This instruction shows you how to size up a book, thinking and taking notes as you go, while also permanently retaining everything you read.

While this training shows you some technical skills to improve your reading and comprehension, the course is backed by a healthy dose of self-help as well. Armed with the tools for re-wiring how you process information, books will open up to you in a whole new way.

Find out for yourself with this high-powered training course, a $195 system that’s slashed to a ridiculously cheap $9 right now for a very limited time.

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