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Ed Caldwell.

Virtually Closing the Learning Gap on Your Learning Potential

If you’re reading this, then somewhere in your mind you desire to read, learn, and remember more efficiently than you currently do. Somewhere inside you, you know that it is possible to read, learn, and remember much more quickly than your current rates. Unfortunately, up until now accomplishing that has merely been a wistful dream of yours. Up until now…

Here’s the Potential Speed of the Human Brain100 MIPS (Million Instructions Per Second)!*

Whoa!!! I didn’t pull that number out from thin air. Thanks to the computer industry and technology researchers, as well as a fun experiment matching the IBM Deep Blue computer against Gary Kasparov, international chess champ, that calculation was done a few years back. That number just blows me away!

Potentially we have an incredibly fast bio-computer.

Are you running your processor at optimum speed when it comes to reading, learning, and recalling?

Consider the fact that the average reading speed is merely 250 words per minute. Compared to your bio-processor’s potential that would be barely getting off the starting line.

With the difference between potential speed and actual speed when reading and trying to learn, your mind gets distracted and bored, and checks out to go elsewhere. This produces a cascade of other problems that interfere with reading and learning at higher rates that have been discussed in other posts.

Let me ask you, if there was a way to help you close that gap between your bio-processor’s speed and your current reading speed, would you take it?

If so, how fast would that be in words per minute?

Enter your thoughts, comments, ideas, and estimates below.

If not, why not?

There is a solution coming soon. It is a virtual solution.
It’s not a piece of software, as you know from previous posts, I have yet to see a piece of speed reading software that builds lasting results. It is lasting results you want, right?
But it does use technology and real live people.
What is it?

Keep watching and reading these posts. We explain more soon.

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