LLTT- Speed Series

"The shorthand writer should not, indeed, seek to be comfortable. Difficult matter should not be resented but should be regarded as a challenge. The comprehension of difficult material is developed if the same passage is read, at intervals, several times. Matter of so complicated a character as to elude the shorthand writer at the first attempt can, by repetition, become quite simple, and the shorthand writer is amazed  - and perhaps amused also - to realize that at the first attempt the material seemed so difficult." - From the Speed Writer's Point of View by Emily D. Smith