By now, you have been hearing about Mental Photography, and are probably thinking, “What is Mental Photography?” Mind To Mind is pleased to give you this next section that goes into some detail about it. You brain stands to gain great abilities. It is up to me to reveal some of those mind-shattering truths. For your own mental health, pleaseRead more
How was ZOX Pro Training created? Born out of Speed Reading Richard Welch, before he was known as the “Father of Mental Photography”, bought the American Speed Reading Academy in Phoenix, Arizona. After finding the deficits with speed reading, Richard challenged his staff to discover a great deal more; and discover they did! Out of speed reading came a hyperRead more
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words … The Photographic Memory … ZOX Pro Training has been teaching people how to use their photographic memory since 1975. The parent organization, Educom, Inc., has been teaching the Mental Photography techniques in Brain Management training since the beginning. We released ZOX Pro Training onto the Internet in 2008. People around theRead more
The elusive photographic memory… ever experienced it?
Chances are you may have come across it in grandiose Hollywood films and television shows.
Furthermore, the photographic memory is expressed in such a way that it seems both superhuman and abnormal!
You owe it to yourself to find out more.Read more
What is the difference between ZOX Pro Training and the Brain Management Home Study Training?
When Brain Management expanded into the global market, we were pulled in all directions. We were asked to teach groups of people all over the world. We needed a solution. First came the Brain Management Home Study Training, then ZOX Pro Training.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could continue to absorb information like we did as children? Well, the good news is – we can, by using Mental Photography techniques.Read more
The Path of Least Resistance in the eBrain Executive Seminar with engineered time saving techniques collaborated with Richard Welch, Father of Mental PhotographyRead more