Develop your muscle memory to read faster and comprehend better with the PQRIM method. Boost your memory to remember anything and everything whenever and wherever you want to. Supercharge your mind to think creatively and critically and synthesize what you have read effectively. Read Faster, Memorize Better, Think Clearer is an accessible, practical guide to the three most essential skills to achieve greater productivity and profi tability in your work, study and personal life. Whether you are a CEO of a large corporation, a manager, a supervisor, a student or a person in-between careers this book will serve you well by equipping you with the necessary corporate survival skills. The world is changing so rapidly that if you are not quick enough to learn, unlearn and relearn at the blink of an eye you will be redundant and a derelict. Whether you want to be a better leader, a more resourceful employee, and a strategic learner in school or university you need to train yourself on how to get to the key information that you require fast and have the ability to synergize and synthesize them productively. This book will show you how. Read it once and apply the techniques shared. Read it again and share the techniques with others. Read it again and again until you achieve a sense of unconscious competence that you can do it in any circumstances and situation. That is your returns on investment for taking time to read this book. Effective outcomes ?? Develop the necessary mental skills that allow you to read faster and actively ?? Master the PQRIM technique to help you comprehend even the toughest textbook, journals and articles. ?? Train and confi gure your brain to remember and recall whatever you want and whenever or wherever you want it. ?? Unleash your creative potential with SCRAM ?? Sharpen your critical mind... in the training ground and puts a heavier burden on the trainer who is unable to come into sync with all the participants. ... Likewise, attending a training program for one or two days does not mean that the staff are competent in the skill that ... of lifelong learning by allowing staff opportunity to share their learning experiences and put to use what they have learnt. Henry Ford had this to say regarding lifelong learning: aAnyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty.
|Title||:||Extremely Busy People’s Guide to READ FASTER! MEMORIZE BETTER! THINK CLEARER!|
|Author||:||Daniel Theyagu & Sandra Daniel|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2014-06-24|