What is ZOXing and Mental Photography
ZOXing – What Is It?
(ZOX Pro Training Series – Part 2)
From the previous article, “The Best Speed Reading is NOT Speed Reading! It’s ZOXing!”, we now want to tell you what ZOXing is…
Primarily, ZOXing is 2 different things:
1) ZOXing is the same as Mental Photography (invented in 1975 by Richard Welch, “the Father of Mental Photography“). Richard Welch facilitated the use of Mental Photography and co-developed ZOXing with Shannon Panzo in the Internet version referred to as ZOX Pro Training. Mental Photography taps into the natural photographic memory we’re all born with and allows us to take in information at extremely high speeds with extremely high retention. Mental Photography also exercises our brain in extraordinary ways.
2) ZOXing is the ZOX Pro process as a whole; all the different components of ZOX Pro training. It gives you an easy way of saying that you’re performing any component of the ZOX Pro training.
To give you just a little of the flavoring of what “ZOXing” is, it can also be used as a noun, verb, and as an adjective. For example:
ZOX (n) = “I want the ZOX (Pro) Training” – or – “I’m ordering the training – ZOX (Pro)”
ZOX (v) = “I don’t read,… I ZOX!”
ZOX (adj) = “I’m ZOXing my information.”
In upcoming posts, I will share with you some of the specific things ZOXing can do for YOU!
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