Special Guest Post by Ivy Delfin

I always love receiving requests for guest blog posts; however, I have never received one outside the United States. Don't you just love the power of technology? Here's a special guest post by a new friend of mine named Ivy Delfin. 

Could speed reading and memory techniques to help your studies?

The key success, according to many philosophers, business people, entrepreneurs and CEOs, is the ability to process a lot of information and retain what is important. The problem is, not all information is important to you, and to know what is, no matter how unexpected, you have to be able to go through it. In reality, no one else can do this for you. I know this sounds like an impossible task. Who can realistically read everything that might have some potential importance to them? Well, the answer is nobody, but you can definitely maximize your intake and refine your summary skills with some memory techniques from Gloo The Memory Company.

You can refine your memory skills with things like information mapping techniques and effective speed reading, which will allow you to process and store large amounts of information better than your external hard drive, and have key points and details at the ready. What could be more useful for study than being able to understand and store a whole semester's worth of work in a set amount of time. The benefits of having a good memory are clear, but until I discovered these techniques, I assumed that a good memory was simply something that you were or weren't born with. Now I understand the brain to be something that can be trained and refined, just like a set of muscles. Using memory techniques has revolutionized my studying, and I know that they will continue to be useful throughout my professional life.

Ivy Delfin is a copywriter working with Gloo the memory company. We specialize in combining Memory Improvement with Speed Reading Techniques to help you save time and get more done each day. When Ivy's not writing content she enjoys swimming, shopping and taking her dog for a walk.

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