Dyslexia – Learning About NOT Learning, Dyslexic = Gifted & Intelligent

Dyslexic = Gifted, Intelligent, Innovative Dyslexia is not a disease. Dyslexics should not be classified as learning handicapped. Dyslexia is a Gift! Most dyslexics show more intelligence and potential than the average person, but are not given the ability to express this to their peers and teachers in the typical school environment.  Most Dyslexics go undiagnosed or worst, misdiagnosed with

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4 Methods to Get Better Memory, Stop Forgetfulness & Learn Faster – For Life

Get a Better Memory Stop forgetting Important Things   Most People include ‘Memory’ in their Top 10 Problems Don’t fall prey to “Anniversary Oversight” In this fast paced world sometimes it is difficult for people to find the time to remember important things. What may be important for one person, may not be priority for the other person. Take names

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Are You Dancing on a Knife’s Edge? – What’s the Point? Life’s Decisions

Decisions! Decisions are the one force that can create or destroy your Life; your own personal Shiva [God of Creation and Destruction]. Your health, your wealth, your relationships, or your career; decisions affect everything you do – balancing your Life on a knife’s edge. Every decision you make, no matter how big or small, can create tremendous change in possibilities

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Memory Game – What is Memory?

Memory What is memory? We start life with very few memories. Most of these memories trigger instinctive responses for survival when we are born. Our first meal is essential. Therefore we recognize the smell of the mother’s breast. Because this is the first memory we are using, that memory also emphasizes why our olfactory sense is the strongest and most

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Reading, Speed Reading, Dyslexia, and Photographic Memory

Speed Reading vs. Reading: a short synopsis of some basic differences and misconceptions How to gain the most from the written page is not found in the technique you learned to use to gather information. The rote-memory system is failing you. Reading teachers around the world say the same thing, “If you do not read every word verbatim, then you

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Memory – Why do I Forget what I Read? | Photographic Memory

What Happens to the Memory of an Event? Why do I Forget what I read? We are asked this question quite often. Your memory is very important to you. But the things you want to remember are fleeting; or are they? Are the  memories actually burned in somewhere else? Eidetic Memory / Photographic Memory… You are born with your eidetic

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Study Habits and How To Study

Do you want a Life during school? Is there Life after Study? For every classroom hour, you are told to study 3 – 4 hours outside of the classroom. That is ABSURD! Study it University You, or someone you know right now is being forced into hard labor just because they are attending school. Students that have a full class

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How Do You Get a Photographic Memory?

How Do You Get a Photographic Memory? The idea of the photographic memory excites most people. Hollywood glamorizes it and tells us that the photographic memory is something that truly goes bump in the night. And that you will have all your memories available to you in picture perfect clarity, so that if it is readable information, you can read

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What is ZOX Pro?

From: Shannon Panzo, PhD & Richard Welch, PhD Dear Friend, This could be the most important message you ever read in your life! In just 231 minutes you will discover the most powerful whole life enhancement system available on the planet today… that can show you exactly step by step how to fully unleash the unlimited power of your ‘Super Conscious’ mind

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Testimonial – Professional – Bob Rysner

TESTIMONIAL… “I originally took the course in Chicago in 1992 with Richard Welch [using the same techniques presented in ZOX Pro Training]. Since then I have retired.  I have used the techniques taught, in my career with Commonwealth Edison / Exelon Nuclear, and on a personal level with excellent success, especially with tests and for fast learning.” – Bob Rysner

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