Speed Reading vs. Photo Reading


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These slides are from the Iris Speed Reading Classes & Memory Improvement Courses. Iris is the largest and leading provider of Speed Reading & Memory Improvement Courses in the United States. This course covers PhotoReading and how it is different from speed reading.

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Speed Reading vs. Photo Reading

  1. 1. How PhotoReading Worksand How it is Differentfrom Speed ReadingPresenters:Katya Seberson, Director of ResearchPaul Nowak, Founder & Program Director
  2. 2. FoundersSpeed Reading PhotoReadingEvelyn Wood Paul Scheele, MA
  3. 3. Famous Endorsers Speed Reading PhotoReadingJohn F. Kennedy Tony Robbins Jimmy. Carter Ken Blanchard
  4. 4. How Fast Can I Go? Speed Reading PhotoReading Speed increase The main "Flip-Flip-(over the average 150- Flip"250 PM) by a factor of process 2 - 5 times. 1,000 - 1,500 WPM 25,000 WPM 1 book a day a book in 3 minutes
  5. 5. How Much Detail Can I Grasp? Speed Reading PhotoReadingFrom 80-100% Detail Depending on your Purpose 2-3 Main Questions Answered Protocol Reading
  6. 6. Basic Principles Speed Reading PhotoReadingIncrease the Speed "Photograph" the without written text with your Reducing eyes Comprehension Multiple Reading Approach
  7. 7. What is Subconscious Mind?Speed Reading PhotoReading other-than-conscious N/A nonconscious inner mind paraconscious more than conscious expanded mind Relaxed Alertness
  8. 8. Tangerine TechniqueRELAXED Body is RelaxedALERTNESS Mind is Alert See it Feel it Talk about it
  9. 9. Special PostureSpeed Reading PhotoReading Special Postural Opening45 Degree Angle Frontal Eminences ESR
  10. 10. Preview TechniqueSpeed Reading PhotoReading Preview Preview PHOTO READ Overview Postview Speed Read
  11. 11. What is Mind Probing?Trigger WordsGenerate Effective QuestionsSend Requests to your Inner MindDo NOT search in your conscious memory
  12. 12. Incubate?24 Minutes to 24 Hours
  13. 13. What is SuperReading?
  14. 14. Visual CuesDo you see what I mean about visual cues?Do you find this easier or more difficult?
  15. 15. Search for the Train of Thought
  16. 16. Popular Patterns in Non-Fiction 5 Popular Patterns
  17. 17. Problem - SolutionProblemEffectsCausesSolution
  18. 18. How - ToImportanceSteps ( Specific Tips or Advice) IS
  19. 19. EditorialEvidence (facts)OpinionorOpinionEvidence OE EO
  20. 20. NewsWho ?What ?Where ?When ?Why ?Remember as 5 Ws
  21. 21. InformationalTopicAspect # 1Aspect # 2Aspect # 3Aspect # 4TA
  22. 22. Huffington PostCorporate Responsibility Must Be Integral toCorporate CultureEO
  23. 23. Huffington Post - NewsBank CEO Quits after Outrageous Scandal5 Ws in the first paragraph.
  24. 24. Huffington Post Problem - SolutionTake Two Placebo Pills and Call Me in the Morning
  25. 25. Huffington Post : How - ToHow to share a vacation when you havedifferent interests
  26. 26. Huffington Post - InformationHealth Care Reform LeftoversTopic:Health Care ReformAspectsSubheading
  27. 27. Summary: Speed Reading vs. PhotoReading“Some books are to be tasted, othersto be swallowed, and some few to bechewed and digested: that is, somebooks are to be read only in parts,others to be read, but not curiously,and some few to be read wholly, andwith diligence and attention.” -Francis Bacon
  28. 28. Thanks for Attending! Contact Information: Katya Seberson katya@irisreading.comFacebook: facebook.com/katerina8007 Paul Nowak pnowak@irisreading.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/paulnowak Facebook: facebook.com/nowak.paul Twitter: twitter.com/paul_nowak