Easyscript 1 - Beginner 2 (40 Wpm): How to Take Fast and Legible Notes in a Matter of Hours, Shorthand Made Simple

Easyscript 1 - Beginner 2 (40 Wpm): How to Take Fast and Legible Notes in a Matter of Hours, Shorthand Made Simple

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By (author) Leonard D. Levin

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  • Publisher: Legend Publishing,US
  • Format: Spiral bound | 70 pages
  • Dimensions: 178mm x 252mm x 33mm | 431g
  • Publication date: 1 January 2006
  • ISBN 10: 1893726010
  • ISBN 13: 9781893726017
  • Edition statement: Book & CD.
  • Sales rank: 882,239

Product description

EasyScript (ES) is an easy speedwriting alternative and as opposed to any traditional systems ES does not require extensive memorization and a long learning time. It is alphabet-based and utilizes a small set of user-friendly rules which can be quickly mastered. The abbreviating rules can be customized to user's style and application. You can combine ES with any other method and apply it for words you don't have any abbreviations for. Imagine being able to write twice as fast as you do now. EasyScript is logical. It makes sense. In fact, all you need to remember are five basic rules. It's proven effective by people of almost all occupations from salespersons to managers and secretaries and students. Statistics complied from the current users since 1990 show that 9 out of 10 people found ES by a wide margin easier to learn and use than any existing methods. The customer base continues to grow consistently in the United States and many other regions of the world.

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The EasyScript changed the way I take shorthand forever. What I like about the EasyScript method is that it has 5 basic rules that reinforce basic English. It is easier to remember 5 basic rules vs. other methods memorizing 20 or 30 rules and not learn anything. I want to thank you for inventing a painless system of shorthand writing and making it accessible and affordable to the public. -- Henrietta Hudson "customer"