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This award-winning platform makes it easy to tackle your reading list at breakneck speeds while maintaining full comprehension
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December 12, 2019
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It's no coincidence that some of the world's most inventive and successful entrepreneurs make a point of reading as much as they can every day, but most of us simply don't have the time to go through all the books on our list for both work and pleasure.

ZapReader Speed-Reading makes it easy to tackle your reading list at breakneck speeds while maintaining full comprehension, and a lifetime subscription is currently available for over 90 percent off at just $40.

Unlike most speed-reading tutorials that teach you to read quickly at the expense of your overall comprehension, ZapReader Speed-Reading allows you to engage quickly and critically with texts in a wide range of genres.

By harnessing the techniques of the world's most respected and successful speed-readers, you'll learn how to tackle books at home and reports at work by removing bad reading habits and learning how to save valuable time.

You'll also be able to instantly add anything to your Zap Reader cloud library so you can digest your materials on all of your devices on the go.

Get ahead at work and in your personal life with a lifetime subscription to ZapReader Speed-Reading for just $40—over 90 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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