As the well-known adage goes “time is money” and a waste of one is a waste of the other, unless you’re riding shotgun with Marty McFly in Doc’s time-travelling DeLorean in which case neither really matters. For those of you who have yet to build a time-machine in your garage, you can save time reading the instruction manuals with today’s Groupon, pay R499 for a Photoreading course from Peak Performance Technologies, valued at R2000 (save 75%).
Every day you’re bombarded with more information than a government super computer, and unlike the computer, you only have squishy grey matter to process it with. Peak Performance Technologies is here to turn that grey, jelly-like muck into a hardcore word-processing unit that devours information like an American V8 guzzles gas. Following their Photoreading program, you will learn to ‘mentally photograph’ a page at 25 000 words a minute. Like an F1 car accelerating at breakneck speeds, the sheer pace of information entering your cranium can potentially cause whiplash, but unlike F1 anyone can learn how to master Photoreading.
Just like the Macarena, literally thousands of people have done Photoreading before you. It’s tried and tested formula does not require a large time commitment and results can be seen almost instantly. It is a ‘whole mind’ system that facilitates super-fast learning and develops your natural ability to quickly and easily absorb information, just like a vacuum sucking up dust except you never have to empty it.
Whether you want sharper thinking, increased productivity, more income, better grades, or more enjoyment out of life, PhotoReading can help you. The course is tailored to your schedule and is offered as an at home course or you can sign up for a seminar, whatever suits you. The skills you will learn can be adapted to any subject field and any format, whether you want to read about Hufflepuff in an ebook or study Mayan medicine from the original scrolls, Photoreading is the answer.
Railroad fact: It was recently determined that the famous disco ball is actually a relic from Mayan culture. While on a train, travelling back from a dig an archaeologist’s belongings dislodged, a vase broke and revealed mirrored ball. Light from the window reflected off of the ball creating an amazing shimmering effect.