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- When you realize you never knew you are dyslexic.
- When the letters start dancing on screen and page.
- When you realize that pulsing sound is coming from inside your head.
- Your spelling skills degenerate to a first grade level.
- When your curved fingers start balling into fists.
- When you start yelling at your writer.
- When you realize just how light your writer is any how easily it could be thrown through a…
My instructor told this story in class today. Had to pass it along.
A teacher (who happens to be a man) is dictating a list of low-frequency words to students when he comes across the word:
Student: How do you stroke that?
Teacher: It doesn't come up very often.
I am so thankful I am learning stenography at this point in time. From where I'm sittin, now is the ideal time to learn the new realtime theory, Phoenix theory. Up until the very last few years, stenography writers always had a printer for the steno notes. Not anymore. Now laptops and a new theory have replaced the old writers and way of transcribing. Those reporters who knew the old theory had to either learn the new technology or retire, thus opening up the profession to a new…Continue
I attended my first awards assembly for the winter quarter last week. It reminded me of a pep rally a little bit. One lady I went to class with last quarter received an award for completing TEN tests in one quarter! Impressive and inspiring.
Our director also unveiled the new, redesigned school program. If I wasn't at the beginning of my theory and was more along in the program, I'd probably be more than a little irritated about switchin things up midway. We do get two weeks…
Added by Mary Smith on April 21, 2012 at 9:23 — No Comments
You can shut up now, and let the fingers do the work for you. The fingers are in charge now, dear brain. Follow them, trust them. Let the memory of their muscles guide you. Yes brain, the fingers are not always right, but that's okay, because neither are you. The fingers know what to do, and they can even fix their own mistakes, if you just practice. Congratulations brain, you can take a few months off…Continue