Daily Archives: 02/06/2007

PhotoReading Bangalore Day 2

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Over fifty participants on the PhotoReading course could be a challenge, but I am really enjoying their company. they are eager to learn, to try new ideas, to experience and embrace the absorption of words at 20,000 – 30,000 WPM.

Now that they have been with me on this course, they can come back on any further PhotoReading course free of charge to practice and update themselves. We are negotiating coming back to India in October, so sign up now.

It is amazing that Tom has traveled all the way from the UK to attend my course, and also people from all over India too.


None seemed phased by the video recording equipment and crew, which films every move I make, and often hovering over their shoulders as they turn the pages over. Leaving the recording in the office in Neoway will help them review the course.

                                                   Mind Maps. Already we have a good number booked to join.

No I do work.

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My work takes me to exotic places, and Bangalore is another on my list, I am loving the scenes I am experiencing, quite different to when I was last in India many years ago.

The people are so friendly, as I witnessed when over fifty people filed into the Capital Hotel for the start of the PhotoReading course Friday night. This is what I am here for, not sightseeing, not as a tourist, but as a trainer, a guide, and it is what I love.

On the way to the hotel, I see places and sights, including the little taxis, which have various names in different countries, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Put Put’s’ and Tuk Tuk’s, after the sound they make as they whiz through the traffic, and India they are called autos or rickshaws. The old Ambassador car seen in the UK when I was younger still runs around. Marvelous.


This is the third attempt at posting this blog today, as I keep loosing power, either the internet or the electricity supply, just as I posted to the net. Are the gods against me?