Turbo Realtime: Improving Your Writing
Polish up your stenography skills
Polish up your theory
Fine-tune your dictionary
Take your skills to the next level
Thoughts About Strokes
Write shorter, not longer.
|Very Long||1.4||Strokes per word|
|Long||1.2||Strokes per word|
|Short||1.0||Strokes per word|
|Very Short||0.8||Strokes per word|
|Slow||3.0||Strokes per word|
|Medium||3.5||Strokes per word|
|Fast||4.0||Strokes per word|
|Very Fast||4.5||Strokes per word|
|Top Speeds Table||1.4||1.2||1||0.8|
|Strokes per second|
Always write like you have to produce what you’re writing.
Visualize the transcript while you’re writing.
Always make a note of any brief for that job or hearing.
Make job dictionary entries before every job.
Not every tip will work for you, but manipulate the theory behind each tip to work for you
Bring your sense of humor. Don’t be so hard on yourself when things translate funny.
Remember that it’s called a “draft” for a reason.