Chicago-based Iris Reading is offering students, professionals and lifelong learners a free online training to teach them how to sharpen their focus on their studies on October 7.
The program promises to train participants about how to be more productive through increased focus, apps and online tools that improve concentration, how to trick yourself into paying more attention to tasks at hand.
Further classes will be held on October 14, 21, 28; November 4, 11, 18, 25; and December 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.
Iris Reading, which describes itself as “the largest and most trusted provider of speed-reading, memory and productivity courses for students and professionals,” have trained employees at NASA, Google, Groupon and a number of Fortune 500 companies, according to its website.
“Break through your reading barriers and take your productivity to a whole new level. Our speed reading and memory workshops will help you improve your ability to get through information quickly, and remember it,” Iris Reading says.
The company also says it provided courses for thousands of students at universities including Harvard, Stanford and the University of Chicago.
You can register for the event via its EventBrite page.