Category Archives for "Accelerated Learning"

PhotoReading® Listening and Learning Opportunities in April

Media , PhotoReading®

As a 20-year Master PhotoReading® Instructor I am proud to be working with Normandale Community College Continuing Education, where I can serve people who have previously been unable to take the class.


Edge Talk RadioThis Tuesday I’m a guest on the Learning Well Radio Show with Carolyn Vinup to talk about PhotoReading®—how to get your reading done in the time you have at the comprehensions level you want.

Tune in to the radio show is Tuesday, April 3rd from 6-7 pm; I will round out the hour from 6:45-6:55. Learn how:

  • PhotoReading® is different from speed reading
  • PhotoReading® helps readers with dyslexia and even excellent readers with lots of material to get through
  • Students get better grades and are better all-around learners

Learn to PhotoRead®

My next two-day PhotoReading® class is Saturday and Sunday, April 14 and 15 at Normandale Community College. Bring your positive attitude, enthusiasm, and the pile of books you want to blast through.

For only a $245 investment in yourself, you get a lifetime of time-saving reading skills, furthering your ability to learn more, read faster, and build a better brain. Be the reader you want to be in the world! Here’s the info:

PhotoReading® is both Saturday, April 14th (8:30 am-4:30 pm) AND Sunday, April 15 (8:30 am-3:30 pm) at Normandale Community College. Here’s the link to register.

I’m looking forward to improving the world one reader at a time!

PhotoReading® November 5 & 6


Sign up for PhotoReading hereI will be leading the next PhotoReading® course on Saturday and Sunday, November 5 & 6 through Normandale Community College Continuing Education. There is a free information session to find out more about the course on Tuesday, November 1 from 6:30-7:30 pm at Normandale Community College, Room A-2566.

The Easy 5-Step PhotoReading® Whole Mind System is very powerful!  PhotoReading® allows you to comprehend and retain information fluently, accurately, and FAST, at least 2-4 times faster. The PhotoReading® steps build and enhance your own natural learning abilities so you assimilate, integrate, and remember even very large amounts of written information – including highly technical material – quickly and efficiently. In addition to saving time by reading faster, you can also

  • Remember more
  • Reduce your stress
  • Be more creative
  • Boost your efficiency
  • Make fewer mistakes
  • Understand better
  • Enjoy reading

Study easier and faster; get better grades or stay on the leading edge in your field. Have more time for pleasure reading, even enhance your sports performance … this is a course that empowers your life! And it’s at a special price of only $245 through Normandale Community College through this link.

PhotoReading®: A Great Way to Spend a Weekend!


Since I ended my radio show I have been dealing with a number of unexpected issues and I apologize to you, my readers, that I haven’t been able to keep in touch until now. I’ve been working on a few new things that I will tell you about in due time, but for now I want to say how proud I am of my students from last weekend!

This past week I was in Toronto delivering a PhotoReading® course. There are a few common threads among all who attend a PhotoReading class – any PhotoReading class. Participants are inquisitive and passionate people. In addition, they understand that the results they want from learning how to PhotoRead is to apply and “own” the knowledge.

Here’s my applause (clap, clap, clap) to this great group of learners who are now journeying in the world as PhotoReaders. Congratulations and welcome to the world of PhotoReading!

I have more PhotoReading® courses planned and I will announce them soon, plus stay tuned for information about a brand new online event to harness your mindpower…

Learning Styles, Multiple Intelligences, and Intuition

Intuition , Multiple Intelligences

Learning Preferences and Multiple Intelligences are the avenues by which we learn or process our world; they are like a ‘software’ that helps us use our skills and abilities. I define Intuition as being able to pay attention and understand your inner cues and clues, which are responses to your environment.

Bruce H. Lipton, in his book The Biology of Belief, provides evidence that we are continually responding to our environment. Continue reading