Thursday, 6 November 2014

Mind maps will form the first and last layer of learning and memorising the material you read.

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Mind maps will form the first and last layer of learning and memorising the material you read.
Written By M'reen

Mind maps form the first and last layer of learning and memorising the material you read.
First they establish the method and sequence of TCR
and consolidating all aspects of your purpose for reading your paper or electronic data
finally they form one of the methods of bringing the information back out of your innermind
and into your working consciousness.

Mind maps may take the form of mind maps, business process mapping, bullet points
or your combination of methods as different people and different information lends itself
to different ways of storing that material in a compact and accessible form for you.

The first level Turbo Charged Reading mind maps take the form of Mind Trees.

The first one has a trunk sat in soil named Physical Set Up
This trunk has three main branches.
The first one is labelled Book with 7 twigs.
The second is labelled Environment with 2 twigs.
The third is labelled Body with 3 twigs.
Following this ‘road map’ you will create the physical environment for TCR
and you will prepare your body for TCR,
this important time will take you a couple of minutes.

The First Branch of the first Mind Tree ‘Book’ has seven twigs.
The point is to be able to follow this sequence with the same familiarity
as you tie your shoe laces or any other learned sequence without thought.
You have internalised this and are ready for the next Success Level when you can remember about:
Your Purpose for Choosing a Book (Success Level 2 of the TCR programme)
How to Choose a Book (Success Level 2)
How to Prepare the Spine of your Book (Success Level 2)
How to Turn Pages (Success Level 2)
How to Write your Purpose (Success Level 2)
How to write a Mind Instruction (Success Level 2)
How to write a Closing Statement with a Mind Instruction (Success Level 5 of 5)

The Second Branch ‘Environment’ and its 2 twigs.
How to sit at a table when reading many books in one day. (Success Level 3)
Equipment. (Success Level 2)
Perhaps you’ve never thought of preparing your body and mind for reading?

The Third Branch ‘Body’ and its 3 twigs.
Oxygenate your body. (Success Level 3)
Balance your left and right brains. (Success Level 3)
Balance your top and bottom brains. (Success Level 3)

Please remember that this preparation will take you a couple of minutes,
a very important couple of minutes that can be used for your benefit
in all ‘office’ or computer situations that will enhance your performance,
your emotional freshness and your physical health.
Now your challenge is to draw your own Mind Tree
and explain what all those twigs mean in detail
and once you can do this, then you’ve completed this stage of TCR
and are ready for the Turbo Charged Reading Success Level 3 of 5.

All the written material is in an MP3s format for TCR students who prefer to listen to the course
as this is an efficient use of their time or they find each word reading to be difficult for some reason.

Success Level 1 ?
That is an introduction to the course and has some impressive Gremlin Taming
techniques that I have created for your use and these MP3s deal with any saboteurs that try
and get in the way of your success in whatever it is that you do in your personal and business life.

Introduction to Turbo Charged Reading YouTube
A practical overview of Turbo Charged Reading YouTube
How to choose a book. A Turbo Charged Reading YouTube
Emotions when Turbo Charged Reading YouTube
Advanced Reading Skills Perhaps you’d like to join my FaceBook group ?
Perhaps you’d like to check out my sister blogs:         gives many ways for you to work with the stresses of life               which takes advantage of the experience and expertise of others.         just for fun.
To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

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