Reading is a wonderful thing!  You read to learn new things, boost your career prospects, also for leisure, and so much more.  The more you read, the more you gain.  

I’m a self-improvement blogger and personally love books!  However, with so much to do in a day, I started realizing that I wasn’t keeping up with my reading goals.  I had a look at speed reading and would like to share some of the benefits that you shouldn’t miss out on.

Here are 8 ways that speed reading supports your success:

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1. Learn more in less time

One of the key advantages is that speed reading enables you to read more in less time.  You can save time and optimize the amount of content you receive.  Get more done in less time.

You benefit from learning more and quickly.  Once you have a good practice, you can, not only read more in less time but learn more as well, from whatever it is that you have chosen to read about.

2. Be effective despite information overload

Our world is overloaded with information!  The internet, media, social media…  Even professionally, you need to assimilate tons of information, understand, and take decisions in a timely way. 

3. Good for concentration skills 

Develop and enhance your concentration skills.  This helps you to stay on track by focusing on important tasks and getting things done.  This also means better discipline.

4. Better time management 

When you know that you’ll finish a book in a certain amount of time, you can get more done in a day, generally.  For example, you took a few days to read a book, instead of more than one week, you’ve got some extra time to dedicate to activities of your choice.

8 ways speed reading supports your success

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5. Be ahead of others

Whether you like it or not, it’s a competitive world.  I don’t support the rat race, either.  However, with speed reading, you have the advantage (over others who don’t) of learning more in less time and being the first to take action.  

6. Expand your knowledge

Generally and in any field or type of interest that you have, you can read more in less time.  This broadens your knowledge and enriches you.  Even if you don’t take formal education, you’ll grow your general knowledge and learn new skills.

7. Self-confidence

Knowing that you’re knowledgeable, and always open to learning on an ongoing basis, you’re genuinely self-confident.  It’s not arrogance, but the self-esteem and joy of continuous personal growth!

8. Reach your set goals

When you know that the more you read, the more you can learn, you may want to set reading goals for yourself.  With speed reading, you can achieve such goals.  Do consider how much information you can assimilate and retain.  This is also a vital thing to consider with speed reading.  


To sum up, speed reading harnesses self-improvement and success.  It helps you to learn more in less time.  Whether you prefer reading for general knowledge, educational purposes, professional benefits, or leisure, you’ll gain intrinsically.  Have you already tried speed reading? Enroll in the online course

Editor’s Note: This blog article has been updated for better accuracy and comprehensiveness.


18 thoughts on “8 ways speed reading supports your success

  1. I didn’t know that it could help with all of that. I’m still struggling with the second and I’m going to work on it for sure by following these tips. Thank you for sharing it!

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  2. I haven’t tried speed reading before, but it does sound like it’s much more time-efficient! I’ve found myself with more time to read lately since I lost 2 of my income streams/jobs with the shutdowns here. But this is something I’ll have to look into once things pick up again.

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