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- Quick Review: Visual Thinking on a Napkin
Visual thinking on a napkin: we can solve our problems with the help of pictures You do not need long explanations if you read “Visual thinking”. Now I'm talking about the same thing, but in more detail and consistently. If you are not familiar with the previous book, then - briefly - its main provisions. I believe that we can solve business problems (whatever they are),
- Quick review. This coin has two sides - use both!
The 6x6 rule says: if we can figure out what type our problem is, we can draw suitable ones from six simple pictures that describe it. Well, that seems pretty reasonable. However, what if we cannot understand what exactly is the problem? What if our problem is so confusing that we cannot unequivocally attribute it to the type of “who and what”, to the “when”, or to any
- TALK TALK. READ FAST, FASTER, MORE FASTER
TALK TALK. READ FAST, FASTER, MORE
- Is it possible to LOSE QUICKLY, and HOW QUICKLY can LOSE?
I know from experience that this question is asked one of the first in each lecture. We are always in a hurry somewhere. The "speed" of losing weight always depends on several factors. From age, general hormonal background, type of obesity and associated pathology, etc. The complex technique developed by me is based on personal experience, as well as on the use of the latest achievements and discoveries in the field of biochemistry
- Fast and swift birth
General Provisions Rapid and rapid delivery is one of the forms of hyperdynamic dysfunction of the uterine contractile activity, when an excessively strong contractile activity of the uterus develops. Childbirth of this type is characterized by extreme excitability of the myometrium, a high frequency of contractions (more than 5 in 10 minutes), which is called tachysystole. The amplitude of the scrum increases from 70 to 100 mm
- Fast preterm birth
The clinical manifestations of rapid preterm birth are frequent painful prolonged labor. Contractile activity of the uterus during rapid preterm or complicated by overly active labor labor is characterized by a number of features: the rate of cervical dilatation exceeds 0.8-1 cm / h in the latent and 2.5-3 cm / h in the active phase of labor, the frequency of contractions is 5 per 10 min and
- What gives a quick read
“Today I came home and decided to try reading using the fast reading method. And suddenly it happened. The result surprised me. A strange thing happened. I did not read this concept in the traditional sense, but quickly glanced my eyes through the text and at the same time instantly analyzed: what should be remembered and what should be discarded. The lines ran smoothly and quickly, like movie credits. As if there were no lines or words, but there were
- Can I learn to write fast?
You were not mistaken by reading the title of this section. You can write quickly, or rather, take notes. Scientists have developed a special system called speed notes. The author of the technique, L. F. Sternberg, argues that it is relatively easy to learn to take notes two to three times faster, and this system is much simpler than shorthand. Let's look at the elements
- Introduction to Quick Reading Techniques
Dear friend! We suggest opening this book in order to learn, study and master a new way of reading, which we call fast reading. This book is the result of twenty years of scientific and practical work of its authors in the development and implementation of fast reading techniques. Everyone reads, but few can read quickly. Years of research experience have proven this thesis to be true.
- When and where is fast reading used
“... When you read a book, do not rush to quickly read it until the next chapter, but think about what the book says and in its words, and return to the same chapter three times” - this is how I recommended reading “Svyatoslav Izbornik”, published in 1076, our contemporary English comedian D. Mikesh wrote in one of the stories: “... I was shocked to learn that Senator S. had read“ The History of Two Cities ”by C.
- Fast reading and articulation are incompatible
One of the famous researchers in the psychology of creativity, Jacques Hadamard once wrote a letter to the famous A. Einstein and asked him to talk about how he reads and understands texts. Here is what A. Einstein wrote to him: “Words or language, as they are written or pronounced, do not play any role in my thinking mechanism. Mental realities serving as elements of thinking are some signs or more
- What is fast read?
In one of the notes, Literaturnaya Gazeta wrote: “Five thousand characters per minute - this is the reading speed of engineer Blokhin. Explaining the essence of his method, Blokhin said: "I never think about what I read." We have already talked about the complexity and diversity of the reading process. There is one more look at this problem. People have been reading for hundreds of centuries, but only nowadays has risen with all acuteness
- QUICK INTERPRETATION OF HRV ANALYSIS RESULTS
When analyzing HRV indicators, as a rule, it is required: • to distinguish between primary and secondary indicators; • know the purpose and standards of the most important indicators of HRV; • understand what the deviation of a particular indicator in a certain direction means. When analyzing graphs, it is necessary: • to clearly understand how a particular graph is constructed (which is plotted along the X axis, along the Y axis, etc.).
- But still, is it possible to read textbooks quickly?
Yes you can. But, of course, this method can be used not as a reading method for in-depth study of the subject, but as an additional, very effective tool. We strongly recommend that you use the ultra-fast reading method - the “assault method” at all stages of the learning process: for the initial study of a new subject, during the school year, as well as in preparation for exams.
- Conversation SECOND. FIRST RULE OF QUICK READING
Conversation SECOND. FIRST RULE FAST
- Andreev O.A. Khromov L.N. Learn to read quickly, 1991
- The ionic basis for the formation of a fast and slow electrical response of excitable myocardial cells.
The membrane of an unexcited cell is impervious to sodium ions and partially to potassium ions. • Therefore, in diastole, there is a dynamic equilibrium between a positive electric charge on the surface of the cell membrane (mainly sodium and calcium) and a negative charge inside the cell (mainly anions of protein molecules and a higher content of K + ions inside the cell). • Arousal
- About the theoretical review
Usually 1-2 chapters of the text are given to the heretical review. The name of the theoretical chapter is also very easy to determine: it is, most often, "the theoretical theoretical problem stand ..." and then write the name of the chosen topic. It is clear to everyone that you will tear a lot of information from other coursework and diplomas, shamelessly scan textbooks and paste pieces of text from pages on the Internet. Don't think it's yours
- Determining the risk of rapid disease progression in acute coronary syndrome without ST segment elevation
The importance of dividing patients with unstable angina and myocardial infarction without ST segment elevation into high and low risk groups for complications is justified by the fact that the clear advantage of performing early coronary angiography and, if necessary, percutaneous coronary intervention is determined only in patients at high risk for complications. In the recommendations of the European Cardiology