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How to learn best from one of our courses #87814
03/06/19 05:37 PM
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Hi All:
I would like to know if I should go through this course more then four times as
Paul Scheele in this blog?
I am adult with high function autism I have been doing this course for alog time and still seem to get know whare with it!!



How to learn best from one of our courses
by Paul Scheele
You’ll get the most from any of our personal learning courses when you go through it four times. It may seem like a lot, but based on how the human brain works, it is the absolute best and ultimately the easiest way to develop the expertise you want.
You’ll be building awareness during the first time through, moving toward familiarity with the second, accumulating knowledge and skills in the third, and developing expertise in the fourth. It is a natural progression that gives you the most benefit.

Re: How to learn best from one of our courses [Re: chris cortise] #87815
03/08/19 08:29 PM
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Chris, going through the PhotoReading course four times is sufficient. You know the system. Time to just apply the process to your reading materials. You might want to approach books with the exercise in the PhotoReading book on page 71: "Take the five-day test".
All the best!
Patrick

Re: How to learn best from one of our courses [Re: chris cortise] #87816
03/13/19 03:38 PM
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Hi Chris,

How are you measuring your success with the system? What's your ultimate purpose for reading the or any book? That question is brilliant.

The 5 day test works great. The key being, each time you come to activate it. Ask new and more questions of the material. Activate the material in different ways, don't just stick with super reading and dipping.

I remember I thought I knew about post viewing for example, yet, I kept asking questions about it. My understanding and APPLICATION of it was much better the 5 time I went through the material.

Search the forum for what others have written about applying the system for 3-5 months. PhotoReading each day 5-10 books. This has been a game changer. You have to activate at least 1 book a week.

Read topics that interest you, but you don't need a hard and fast test.

If you're expecting answers to just pop into your head when needed, that happens only have you have spent time with the whole process on multiple books.

I went to a quiz recently and PhotoRead all the books I could on quizzing, I was expecting an answer to just come to me. This I realize was the wrong approach. If the quiz master had asked a question specifically from one of the books, I'm sure I would have got the answer. Yet a better approach would have been to read general knowledge books and topic books.

Quizzes are all made up of topic areas. Next time I'm going to PhotoReading around topic areas, not Q and A books.

I now read topic areas that I want to learn about and apply the information to my own life. That's when "answers" or ideas pop into my head.

A recent purpose was to read this book so that I can learn the thoughts, strategies and beliefs of X so that I can apply them to my own life. The some time later, I was about to do something and That's not what X would do. Popped into my head. This stopped me in my tracks.

At work I PhotoRead lots of software books/manuals (physical and pdf) (Prepare, PhotoRead, sometimes preview and postview) books that I want in my unconscious mind.

Using the software at work is all part of my activation process. The books all have exercises in them, I use them. I've not had an aha moment because of the PhotoReading step specifically. However it will happen.I'm not fussing when because I'm working with the software and getting to know it anyway.

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Re: How to learn best from one of our courses [Re: Drew] #87817
03/15/19 01:21 PM
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Hi all :

When I close my eyes I get visit images of the photo reading book did not really clear but I'm getting something when I close my eyes I just need to get more clarification when I turn the pages and just look at the white pages and then eventually put into my subconscious I think I just need to get used to my brain communicating to subconscious and conscious mind and never had used it that way before is a challenge for me because I'm my autism but when I do the photo reading it goes past the regular conscious mind subconscious mind and then need time to incubate and process that information. Time will tell when activating the materials later on. Thank you all for your help and advice in the Photoreading program.

Re: How to learn best from one of our courses [Re: chris cortise] #87818
03/22/19 11:14 PM
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Hi Chris,

I want to share a story with you that I think will help you and encourage you. The story is true and actually happened

Doctor Ben Carson who is a renowned and famous brain surgeon who has done brain surgeries on babies was having a conversation with a young lady who was going to college and he asked the young lady how things were going. The young lady shared that her grades were suffering and she was suffering as well because she was having these constant headaches and she could not concentrate or focus on school because of the constant headaches. So Doctor Ben Carson performed brain surgery on her and he removed half of her brain. Today this young lady is excelling and I believe she was well on the path to graduating from college. Imagine that Chris this young woman has half of her brain removed and remarkably and astonishing how her brain recovered and adapted. Chris I know you have a issue with autism but the point of the story is that if this young lady goes from failing in school because of constant headaches and has brain surgery and then succeeds and excells in school you can also succeed even with the challenges you face. Photoread4me.

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