This week I read this tweet that resonated with me: “I'm convinced that at least 50% of achievement is just knowing what's possible. The 4-minute mile …
Shorthand has a long history, and this history can help us intuit where steno might be heading in the future and how we can guide it ourselves by our i…
It’s not always clear what to do to achieve a goal. A useful thing to do in this situation is to flip the problem on its head. If your goal is to gradu…
Why is it so hard to incorporate new briefs or AccelerWriters into your writing? Why can’t you just add something into your dictionary and be sure you’…
When you’re doing Thing X, you aren’t doing Thing Y. “Wow. How insightful,” you might be thinking to yourself. But this simple fact has counterintuitiv…
Mistakes happen. There’s no getting around this. But it doesn’t have to be bad news. Mistakes have a silver lining that we can take advantage of: Every…
Stenographers have to deal with unpredictability every day of their careers—you never know what the next word to be uttered will be. Maybe it’ll be “an…
A common trap many court reporting students and professionals fall into is doing busywork instead of real work. Busywork is defined as “work that keeps…