Watching training videos can take hours!
Here you will learn how to speed up your videos.
Learn by watching video tutorials doesn't have to take grueling painful hours. There is a great Chrome Extention called Video Speed Controller. It enables you to speed up the video and compress time.
Simply go to the Chrome store and add the Video Speed Controller extension. Then you simply press the letter D on your keyboard to speed up the video. When you want to slow it down you can by hitting the S. You can go back and forth as you desire. Controlling the speed of the lesson you are watching allows you to get to the key points faster.
Your remarkable brain will hear and comprehend what is being taught. It may seem strange at first but you will quickly adapt and retain the information. You will surprise yourself and how quickly and effortlessly you will complete video training series.
The Video Speed Controller is one of the greatest tools I use. The best part is it's free.
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Spent the Day With Ray Higdon. Yes, I did.
It was an impromptu event, a special gift and an opportunity. Ray Higdon is a very simple gentleman. An extremely business man featured on The Inc. 5000 list and in life. A man of honesty and integrity, he is dead serious when he says, “No matter what I get into, I want to be the best.”
He reviewed his extensive history with entrepreneurship, the challenges in starting a real estate business, the pain of the market crash and how he had to rebuild and start fresh when his back was up against the wall and there was no other option. He studied hard about everything he could in his new chosen field, worked during breaks at work. He was actually deemed anti-social by his co-workers because he chose not to hang out in the company lunchroom but rather work on building his own empire.
Recently, I joined one of Mark's wonderful webinars. As always, they are filled with storytelling and laced with bits of gold.
Mark has been studying Leonardo DaVinci much as he did King Solomon and now he is, to our great pleasure, sharing with us his interpretation of DaVinci's Creative Codes.
He shared the first 3 codes
1. The Creative Ritual of Bliss
If you hunt, search, chew and marinate in what is your soul's deepest source of bliss you very well will tap into your source of great riches and an unimaginable lifestyle filled with friendships.
He describes creativity as a symptom of insatiable curiosity and he who is creative can create himself great wealth. I like that.
2. The Creative Ritual of Integrative Archiving
He described and demonstrated a radical, comprehensive and playful way of archiving, documenting your life, past, present and future.
Something that those that follow you will know what you were about, what mattered most in your life
and hopefully, will leave a blueprint for others to use to create an amazing life.
3. Only Mark would think of Loving Idea Blizzards
Here Mark discussed the impact of filling our lives with greatness. Surrounding our selves not only with high-quality material goods but with high-quality books, conversations, and intellects.
Earlier in the week, he assigned us the delightful task of identifying 4-10 things that brought us bliss in our childhood before the age of 10. Using DaVinci's Vitruvian Man, we were asked to hand draw the items that symbolized our bliss, all part of unleashing the creativity within all of us.
It was a super fun exercise, first because it caused insight, remembrance, and transgression to blissful, forgotten moments in life.
Mine was filled with the things I loved as a child, pretending to be a nurse, reading, singing, dancing, my first flight and vacation to the St. Croix, VI, learning to ride a bicycle there with the hot sun on my shoulders and the wind in my face, playing in the ocean.
In summary, we need to think BIG, bigger than we ever have. Act as if. Set yourself up for success. We can unleash our creative genius by feeding our souls, our minds and our eyes with abundance and remembering the simple blissful moments of our lives.