"The only person you are destined to become is the person
you decide to be"
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Author of the book, ‘Nerds Per Minute’ and perhaps the most famous contemporary World’s Fastest Typist, Sean is the winner of the Ultimate Typing Championship in 2010 and Runner-up in 2020. His many fast-typing achievements are set out in his website www.seanwrona.com
Sean is a Weekly £10 Prize Fastest Typist Winner too!
Sean took part in our Weekly £10 Prize Fastest Typist Competition No. 15 and, to no-one's surprise, won with a strong score of 138 WPM with 100% first-time accuracy.
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About the author
Tony Rust is the Managing Director and Chief Product Designer of the Better Skills Better Life Ltd.’s range of Typing Testers, Typing Tutors and Typing and Language Tutors. Tony’s expertise in typing skills and training goes back over 30 years to 1988 when he designed a typing tutorial for the then ground-breaking hand held computer, the Psion Organiser II. The product was called ‘The Finger Organiser’ sold worldwide and a proficient user of the typing method could achieve over 50 words per minute using just a thumb and three fingers. Tony then went on to design the Fingers for Windows range of typing and typing and language products which he exhibited and sold in many language variants in many countries throughout the 1990’s. These were designed from the outset to make the process of learning to touch type easy and quick, using a ‘3 Level System’ of practice. He has designed and overseen the development of a wide range of software products including software for the Japanese company, Sharp, and has spent many years training people in the use of productivity software. With all of these products he says that the key to real productivity is the ability to use the computer keyboard well. Never one to settle for the status quo, Tony recently spent ‘three and a half happy years’ in China honing his martial arts skills at a Kungfu Academy and then a year and half on a Chinese Language course at Ludong University. During this period, he also managed to find time to qualify – with Distinction - as a TEFL Teacher (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) with the Dublin based TEFL Academy.
More about the author on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonyrust/