The key to achieving academic goals and professional milestones doesn’t lie in how hard a person studies, but how they study in general.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 13, 2014
In a recent interview posted on eReflect's product website and blog, Leo Fuchigami reveals the secrets of efficient study time with his how-to guides that cover skills from touch typing and speed reading to improving time management and productivity through better concentration. The basic premise is that although people are expected to master advanced skills, they’re not being taught how to actually learn those skills, resorting in self-structured methods and practices that are often counterproductive.
The pressure to be productive and do things time-effectively can take its toll on many people, especially college students. Exams and papers with absurdly tight deadlines make people resort to health-compromising study sessions or even cheating. The key to achieving academic goals and professional milestones doesn’t lie in how hard a person studies, but how they study in general. Leo Fuchigami tells Ultimate Typing™ readers that skill mastery depends largely on the approach and tools used rather than the time devoted to the effort. Without a good approach, study hours can be wasted, resulting in more hours and less actually being learned.
A studying tip Fuchigami shares with Ultimate Typing™ readers is that skill and knowledge acquisition depends as much on how a person studies as what that person does when they are not studying. Socialization, regular exercising, and what he calls the “incubation phase” are necessary techniques that ensure knowledge retention. His guide on speed reading, as an example, teaches people how to become well-informed individuals that can efficiently handle large amounts of workload simply by doubling their current reading speed. Such seemingly minor improvements, taken in a wider context, can benefit greatly students and those whose profession necessitates large amounts of content processing.
Another key tip Fuchigami shares with Ultimate Typing™ readers is skill-learning prioritization. Speed reading precedes learning typing in his estimation, and improving focus is a skill that should be mastered before starting to work on learning how to avoid procrastination. Having a plan as to which skills need improvement, and identifying those skills that need to be learned from scratch, lets everyone achieve a personal and professional level of satisfaction that will help them reach their goals.
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About Ultimate Typing™
Ultimate Typing™ software is designed specifically for the improvement of typing skills. Created by eReflect, a world leader in e-learning and self-development software, Ultimate Typing™ has been informed by the latest developments in the science of touch typing.
Since its creation in 2006 by Marc Slater, the company has already catered to over 112 countries all over the world, offering products with the latest cutting-edge technology, some of which are among the world’s most recognized and awarded in the industry.