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November 15, 2010 / Louisa Chan

Productivity Tool That Gets Your Through Your Videos In Half The Time

Do you find that everything moves a little faster these days? If you are like me you’ll have more emails, more videos and audios to go through everyday.

So how are you going to find the time to go through all the seminar / conference / training / tutorial videos so you can keep abreast with trends and stay on top of things?

I think of speed reading and I went in search of a way to speed through my audios and videos. I want to be able to do more in less time and And I found a cool solution.

So here’s the good news. I found a way to control the playback speed of videos and audios. And even though I play them back at twice the original speed, I am able to understand the retain the infromation, and it saves me previous time. Now I only use half the time to do what I used to do.

You too can consume videos and audios more efficiently and get to be more productive. How do you do this? Watch this first (2 minutes)..


Now watch this (2 min 14 sec).  From now on you can half the amount of time you spend on watching videos.


So here’s your productivity tip for today to help relief you of your stress. Keep focus and play the videos at a speed that works best for you as you consume and assimilate the content.

With this little tip you can:

  • Speed up videos to save time and breeze through training, tutorials and seminars in half the time without audio distortion.
  • Watch more videos in the same amount of time.
  • Slow down video to take notes or when you are learning to play the guitar or a foreign language.

This is a product that I use and find to be helpful and I am recommending it to you. If you want to try out the application just head over to the video at the Stress Relief Tips Page and you will have the coupon code there (expires by 30th Nov 2010).

If you just want to try the application now, you can click here. I am interested to know of you experience with this application. Let me know how this helps you with your productivity.


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