Welcome to ReadingPerformanceSystem.com!
Why Reading Performance System?
Because everyone needs to read better!
Client Solutions - Professionals
Client Solutions - Professionals
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Pricing

  • $39.95 one year license for one person.
  • $59.95 two year license for one person.
  • Please call 561-889-6585 or email john@jbedtech.com about quantity discounts.

General Information

  • We believe that everyone will benefit from better reading and information processing skills and that RPS provides the best opportunity to make this happen.
  • RPS represents a new paradigm for reading instruction and practice based on the latest brain research.
  • Two-thirds of the population does not have natural access to many brain functions required during the reading process. As a result, most people struggle to keep up with their reading requirements.
  • Brain functions are hierarchical. Perceptual pathways depend on the accurate processing of preceding information. Poor motor skills affect sensory skills and poor sensory skills affect cognitive skills.
  • RPS is scientifically designed to increase access to the motor, sensory, and cognitive skills required during the reading process.
  • RPS provides exercises for the development and practice of foundational reading skills to strengthen neural pathways to maximize individual reading performance.
  • RPS provides strategies for maximizing reading performance for the many kinds of real-world reading we do.
  • RPS is an online application so there is no software to install. Updates are automatic and ready the next time you log in.

Money Savings & ROI

  • If you read (look at information) 2 hours per day, 5 days a week, 50 weeks per year, you spend roughly 500 hours per year looking at information. If your hourly rate is $100 per hour, that time is costing you $50,000 per year. At $250 per hour, that time is worth $125,000 per year. Assuming you can double your rate of information absorption using RPS, you will save $25,000 and $75,000 respectively. That is an incredible Return on Investment in RPS.
  • Now, consider the value of finding better ideas among the thousands of pages of information you may have to sift through. How much is one good idea worth?

Attorneys

  • How much is your time worth? How many hours do you spend each day reading briefs, researching, and writing? How valuable would it be to you to be able to look at all of the information written about case law or legal journals more efficiently?

Doctors

  • How much is your time worth? How many hours do you spend each day reading charts, researching, and writing? How valuable would it be to you to be able to look at and assimilate all of the information written about a disease or any subject you needed to your research?

Nurses

  • Like doctors, nurses look at a lot of life or death information.

Investors

  • How much is your time worth? How many hours do you spend each day reading financial information, researching, and investing? How valuable would it be to you to be able to look at all of the information written about your industry or company or investment target, assimilate and instantly apply it?

Researchers & Scientists

  • How much is your time worth? How many hours do you spend each day reading research papers, journals, and writing? How valuable would it be to you to be able to look at all of the information written about your area of research or scientific papers?

Testimonials

  • "My success as an attorney not only depends on how much I know about the law, but in how much I know about technology and forensics. Law requires a lot of reading, but becoming proficient in other subjects requires a lot of reading. If I don't understand a technology, I could lose my case. I would say that RPS increased my ability to scan information about three or four times. Now, I don't have any problem reading as much as I need to win my cases hands down."
    - Jay C., Attorney
  • "Every day I read through dozens of patient charts. If I miss an important piece of information, people can die. The science of medicine is constantly changing so to keep up I have to read a lot of research papers. If I weren't able to do this, I wouldn't be able to give my patients the best care available. RPS helped me find important information faster and gave me more stamina when reading through all those research papers. Thank you RPS."
    - Peggy Y, MD
  • "I go through reams of information every day. In my business, information is money. If I don't read everything, millions could go up in smoke. Needless to say, information is critical to my career. When I started using RPS, I was a little skeptical, but after I used it for a few days, I found that I was able to scan lists of information a lot faster. If that were the only benefit, I would be happy, but being able to read through annual and industry reports in a few minutes was icing on the cake. Since starting to use RPS, my kill rate has more than doubled."
    - Jack P., Professional Investor
  • Researcher/Scientist. "My job depends on ideas. If I don't feed the pipe, nothing comes out the other end. Ideally, I would read every research paper that was even remotely related to my area of research. RPS made that happen and I am making more progress this year than I have in the previous 2 years. I recommend RPS to anyone who has a lot to read."
    - Erin C., Researcher
  • "I found that when I was doing the RPS exercises I was practicing the kinds of skills I do in my real reading, which are different than the kinds of skills I was taught in school.  Most of the reading I do now is finding useful information for my business, not reading novels and plays.  Sorry Mrs. Lyons."
    - Chris M., Professional Photographer
  • "I am the International IT Manager for a well-known US bank. I spend as much as 50% of my time reading and researching.  After using RPS for several weeks, I can cover 2-3 times as much information in the same amount of time.  This makes me much more productive and increases my creativity in finding viable solutions."
    - Remy M., International IT Manager
  • "I do a lot of copy editing in my work.  I used RPS for several weeks and started noticing that editing was becoming much eaiser.  It was easier to find the places that needed editing and it was easier for me to visualize better ways to rewrite sentences and paragraphs.  This was an unexpected result of using RPS."
    - Marie G., Owner, MG3 Media - Marketing and Communications
  • "The first time I used the RPS Column Exercise it made my eyes feel funny and it gave me a headache so I stopped using it for several weeks even though I knew this just meant I really needed to use it more.  I eventually started using it again and after struggling for a while, it started becoming easier and easier.  Now, I can easily read an entire book in a couple of hours using RPS exercises to pace my reading. ;-)"
    - Bridget R., Real Estate Agent