Learning Strategies has brought back the PhotoReading discount for the remainder of July, meaning that this program is once again available to StevePavlina.com readers for a 59% discount. This is the program that teaches you how to absorb written material at a much faster rate. Today I can PhotoRead a typical personal development book in about an hour, with stronger recall of the ideas than if I slow-read it.
Aside from my own book, the PhotoReading system has to be the most popular product I’ve recommended during the past two years. I think the reason for its popularity is that instead of just giving you knowledge, ideas, or advice, it trains you in a new skill you can use for the rest of your life.
Learning Strategies has only offered this discount twice before, once in 2006 and again in 2007. This discount saves you about $150 on the Classic version and more than $300 on the Deluxe version. Both versions are backed by a 30-day money-back guarantee, which can be extended to 6 months upon request.
I first learned PhotoReading in the summer of 2006, so now that I’ve been PhotoReading for almost two years, I decided it would be wise to update my original review. I had just started PhotoReading books when I wrote it and was probably a little too excited because I was thinking of how much time it would save me. A number of people told me it was a bit too over the top compared to my usual writing style. I think they were right, so this morning I gave the review a fresh editing pass to make it more authentic and informative.
If you want to get a better idea of how PhotoReading works, you may enjoy reading my PhotoReading Walkthrough, which documents my experience PhotoReading the book Life on Purpose by Dr. Brad Swift. I PhotoRead that book last year and can still vividly recall the ideas from it today. What’s unusual is that I can also visualize the layout of some of the pages from that book, as if they’re imprinted in my memory.
I don’t have anything fresh and new to share that I didn’t already mention in my one-year PhotoReading update, so I’ll simply say that I’m still happily PhotoReading. At this point it’s an ingrained habit, so I pretty much take it for granted now.
Anyway… check out my updated PhotoReading review if you’d like to learn more about it.