...much of learning is done through something called “speed listening retention” - Cory Boatright
Edmond, OK (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
Cory Boatright, recently named the 4th out of 1.6 million unique individuals measured for Influence by Fast Company Magazine on the Internet, has developed a new mobile app that is causing quite a stir. Boatright is a serial entrepreneur who has been published in Wall Street Journal for his keen “business aptitude”. He’s started over forty different businesses, yet didn’t even graduate from high school. “Most of the businesses weren’t successful”, says Boatright and he chalked them up as “good business therapy”. However iTalkFast has grabbed the attention of national companies and thousands of Cory’s “tribe members” are fueling the momentum.
The concept behind this “sexy” free app is a free iPhone audio app with great sound that allows the user to listen to a myriad of their favorite Podcasts and audio books at 2.5 times the normal speed. The research behind the free mobile app indicates that an average person speaks at 125 words per minute, yet the mind can comprehend 400-500 words a minute. Therefore comprehension and retention are vastly improved when applying the iTalkFast speed listening process. The high quality free iphone player allows access to speed listening to virtually anything of interest that isn’t DRM protected. The result is that the brain remains focused in order to keep up with the fast moving content. The voice recordings are clear and quick without sounding like chipmunk chatter.
In addition, the time saving factor plays a large part when much of learning is done through something Cory calls “speed listening retention”. If learning is done through reading, even if it is speed-reading, there are few other activities that can be done simultaneously. Not only does listening to recordings faster help you focus and retain more, it can save you time and help you become more efficient. This could mean listening to an hour long missed college lecture in less than 20 minutes and actually retaining more than if you listened at normal speed.
Learning at this level does not need to be a sedentary activity. In fact, physical activity such as jogging or even walking while listening helps the mind take in the information more effectively. The brain takes in more oxygen as the body moves and increases circulation in a sense clearing the mind to make way for new information. The wonderful power of this free app player can be used when forced down time is in effect such as being stuck driving in heavy traffic for example.
The iTalkFast app stands to revolutionize the way many take in new information, streamlining their schedule and optimizing learning strategies. Time management takes on a whole new meaning. Suddenly there is more time to get through the classic audio books many never finish due to the agonizingly slow pace the author may read it. See this great article about this iPhone audio app on how "You're Getting Robbed From Your Learning." In addition the iTalkFast app features the ability to bookmark significant portions of the audio recordings and allows for personal notes to be recorded in it too.
If there are personal recordings that need to be shared, whether involving musical content, Podcasts or audio books, iTalkfast will allow you to share the content through popular social media sites like Twitter and Facebook by the click of a button. This mobile app not only allows training of the brains natural ability to synthesize content faster, The Pro Version also allows the user to sync with Dropbox and play audios files directly from your account. You can create custom playlists, sleep timers, personal recordings, bookmarks and more.
For more information about iTalkFast and Cory Boatright contact 888-476-4114 or email cory(at)italkfast.com Download the iTalkFast mobile app here http://www.iTalkfast.com.