"When you're no longer a beginner you'll work through each book on the time you merit it to be worth. Some books you'll be done in 20 to 30 minutes (or just by photoreading at the bookshop, you'll know whether you want to activate the book further) Others will be 1/3 the time of regular reading because you want/need to know more from the book. Others you'll allow yourself the luxury of a regular read falling near your current regular completion time.
Only when you understand the significance of purpose when it comes to reading are you no longer a beginner"
I appreciate your insight to this Alex I have been photoreading on and off since 8/2001 when I got the self study. Only about aug this year have I found the purpose to be the axis on which pring turns.
I spent a lot of time being frustrated that I wasn't immediately having the success I wanted. I now know that if you follow the steps of the system and just use it you'll get the fastest results. I think it took me almost two years to follow the directions.
[This message has been edited by fritz10000000 (edited December 28, 2003).]