How To Go Through The Training Faster
Hi Awesome WA Community,
Today I am going to share with you a simple tip how you could go through the training here in WA faster than you normally do. Before that, let me caution you that you should not use this tip if you go through the training for the first time.
If you are like me, chances for you to go back to the training of specific topic / modules are high.
I always bookmark all the training in specific categories so that I can easily go back to it whenever I need to reconfirm a learning point.
And my blog post back in March 2018 confirmed that most of us here will repeat the training for one reason or another.
However, I found that going through the whole video presentation will take some times but all you need to do is to recap on certain part of the video.
What I did to make sure I don't spend the same amount of time when I was first viewed the video was adjusting the speed of the video playback.
How I do that?
It is a very simple step.
If you hover on the setting at the right bottom of the video screen, you should be able to change the speed of the speech to either slower or faster. The original speed is defaulted to 1x.
Whenever I revisit a training, I always change the playback speed to 1.25x and while Kyle speech sounds a bit strange, I am still be able to understand all of his words. If you need him to be a bit slower at certain path of the video, you can restore it back to normal i.e. 1.0x.
This is not restricted when you are repeating a training but also when you go through the training for the first time. Again, as I said earlier, I don't recommend setting it faster when you view the video training for the first time as you might be missing some important point, unless you know what he is going to present to you.
On the other hand, if you are too new to the ideas in the training, you could reduce the speed to 0.75x so that you could grab all what Kyle's is teaching us in the training. I don't recommend going lower than 0.75x as the speech may turn out a bit blurry.
Hopefully, this simple tip I shared with you today will help you to save some of your precious time especially when you are reviewing the past training.
If you agree with the tips I shared here, please comment below.
If you don't agree, please state your reason(s) why you don't recommend it. I would definitely like to hear the pros and cons of this method.
Work Smarter, Not Harder.
To your success,