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Most people immediately start reading a text when it’s right in front of them. The sooner you start the faster you’re done with it, right? Unfortunately, this is not the proper strategy for getting the most out of a text in a short time.…Continue
Posted by Goran Askeljung on May 16, 2013 at 6:16pm
Reading in groups of words will increase your reading speed. Keywords and contextual cues come in handy with this technique.
In a text, not every word is of the same importance. In general it is enough to focus on these two types of words in a sentence-¬ you will see that your eye can perceive the surrounding words as well.
Posted by Goran Askeljung on April 30, 2013 at 11:39am
Unfortunately most people read a text word by word and with their inner voice. This means additional work for the brain. That’s because even silent reading activates the area in our brain which is responsible for the motor skill of tongue, lips and vocal chords, when we use our inner voice.
Posted by Goran Askeljung on April 23, 2013 at 9:17pm
This method is based on treating a Project as if it were an Outlook Contact item. As a result, you can link all of your associated tasks, contacts, notes, journal entries, documents and any other…Continue
[From GTD Agendabits]Even if you work from home and you are managing yourself,having no boss looking over your shoulder making sure youdo the right things and get you on the right track, or ifyou…Continue