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What is PhotoReading? Certainly not Speed reading!

I recently read the book „PhotoReading“ by Paul R. Scheele to see what the originator of this reading method actually suggests. PhotoReaders claim to be able to read more than 25,000 words per minute. That’s on average about a fully written page in a second. This implies that it should be possible to...Continue...

Posted by Goran Askeljung on June 21, 2013 at 8:49pm

BrainRead’s little time saver for your daily flood of emails

Every day we spend a lot of time reading and answering our emails. The BrainRead- method shows you how to do it faster and more efficiently.

 Wouldn’t it be nice to have a tool or a skill to distinguish important emails from less important ones right away?

I have good news for you: there is one. Continue...

Posted by Goran Askeljung on June 8, 2013 at 12:59am

Think before you read

Reading from the top to the bottom is not always the most efficient way to handle a text. In order to reach high text apprehension while increasing your reading speed, try the BrainRead strategy.

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.…

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Posted by Goran Askeljung on May 16, 2013 at 6:16pm

Speed Reader’s little helpers

Punctuation marks can be a real pain, when writing a text. But for the reader they are essential for dividing the text into meaningful entities and thus read faster.

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Posted by Goran Askeljung on May 9, 2013 at 3:00pm

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Managing Projects in Outlook 2000-2003 6 Replies

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

Tags: managing, english, gtd, things, outlook

Started by Goran Askeljung in ProWork. Last reply by Goran Askeljung Mar 29, 2010.

4 Things to be Aware of When Managing Your Time and Yourself 2 Replies

[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

Tags: english, gtd, friction, multi-tasking, interruption

Started by Goran Askeljung in ProWork. Last reply by Goran Askeljung Jun 16, 2009.

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Aug 13, 2013
Goran Askeljung posted a blog post

What is PhotoReading? Certainly not Speed reading!

I recently read the book „PhotoReading“ by Paul R. Scheele to see what the originator of this reading method actually suggests. PhotoReaders claim to be able to read more than 25,000 words per minute. That’s on average about a fully written page in a second. This implies that it should be possible to...Continue...See More
Jun 21, 2013
Goran Askeljung posted a blog post

BrainRead’s little time saver for your daily flood of emails

Every day we spend a lot of time reading and answering our emails. The BrainRead- method shows you how to do it faster and more efficiently. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a tool or a skill to distinguish important emails from less important ones right away?I have good news for you: there is one. Continue...See More
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