NLP in Education and Learning- Reading 26,000 Words a Minute
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|Tue 17 Jul ’12, 6:15pm–8:00pm||
Where: Petone Community Library, Britannia St, Petone, Lower Hutt
Restrictions: All Ages
- Admission: Free
Event listed by: michaelnoone
Most learning is outmoded and based on 19th Century Industrial age concepts. One of the primary concepts among these ideas is the one of, a job for life. You have probably noticed the changes in your world. The empty shops and factories that were once home to peoples businesses and jobs. The jobs that don’t exist any more because they are either redundant or outsourced.
It has been said that someone leaving school today will probably have two if not three careers during their working life. This will require lifelong learning and so to us it makes sense to be able to learn in the most effective ways possible and as rapidly as possible.
NLP Neuro-linguistic programming is the basis for accelerated learning. I personally use it every day to devour web pages, books and articles and to be able to recall information easily. I use a skill known as Photo-reading which will allow you to read at speeds of up to 26,000 words per minute. Or more...
Life time learning skills are no longer an option. They are an essential habit to keep pace with the enormous quantities of information we have to all deal with. The amount of information you have available to you is doubling roughly every 18 months.
In this short introductory workshop, NLP trainer Mike Noone will show you ways to learn more, learn faster and how you can retrieve this information more easily just by running your brain differently.
If you are studying or know someone who is studying or is about to, then this event is a must. Or maybe you just want to perform better ?
Parking is available.
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