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Aim to be seated with your feet resting flat on the floor, and with your hips and lower back supported by the chair. At the same time, your knees should be flexed to approximately 90˚, and your elbows should be slightly flexed, with your forearms resting comfortably on the desk surface.
Hold the pen whichever way feels comfortable.
Research shows that the way you hold the pen in your hand doesn’t have much of an impact on your writing speed.
You can increase your handwriting speed by making a few simple modifications to your handwriting style, and specifically by simplifying the way you write the letters.
Get rid of excessive marks and styling, as long as omitting them has no impact on the legibility of your writing.
Limiting the space you have to write your notes on is a way of filtering through the massive amounts of information you must process.
It forces your brain to be selective and prioritize information.
Consider at what speed you should try to do things in order to improve performance.
We can often learn something quickly, but without attaining a master level (like getting good at estimating answers to math problems. While you might get within close proximity, you'll seldom get to the exact answer.)
Learning to do something with precision will require a different technique and can take much longer to master.
Whenever you're doing something that does not require use of your hands, turn them so that they're palm-side up. You also can do it while standing or walking, leaving your arms down at your sides and turning your palms so that they face outward in the direction you're facing.
Doing the palms up consistently helps your body to correct the posture by itself.