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eReflect answers the question of whether reading can make someone a better person in a recent post on the 7 Speed Reading™ blog.
eReflect and 7 Speed Reading™ report on the recent collaboration between Scholastic and Newell Rubbermaid.
eReflect shares an inspiring video with the 7 Speed Reading™ blog readers, providing a new perspective on the history of human rights. (PRWEB) November 24,
eReflect announces the single most entertaining activity people can try in their spare time, an activity that combines learning, entertainment and pleasure all in one: reading. New
eReflect, designer of the speed reading program, 7 Speed Reading™, asserts that reading is not just for children and students.
Traveling, whether for vacation or for daily commuting, takes up a lot of time in many people’s lives; if a person travels alone, they may find they have time on their hands, and one foolproof
eReflect highlights the importance of diverse reading for children’s balanced personal growth.
eReflect announces 7 Speed Reading™’s endorsement of the 20% time rule Google applies with its employees as a means to achieve greater productivity and creative outcomes. New
eReflect and the 7 Speed Reading™ developers discuss the reading habits of Millennials and other demographic groups, highlighting the reading habits of those in the 16-to-29 age bracket.
304,749,681 is the total number of "reading minutes" logged during the Summer Reading Challenge by Scholastic in the summer of 2014.
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