How to Study and Learn Effectively - Study More and Better in Less Time
What you'll learn:
Memorize something new faster and better
Remember a new subject for longer periods of time
Improve their memorization
Become better at learning a new subject
Use a Journal Effectively
Personal Development with Notion: Productivity, Organization, Goals, and more!
COURSE UPDATED ON 27 JULY 2020 with more videos!
In this class, you’re going to learnhow to study effectivelyin order to reduce the amount of time you have to study while increasing your results!
Learning how to learn and study is one of the most important skills in life because it allows you to learn anything in a short period of time!
No matter in what field you’re working on, learning quicker and better will always help you to advance your career, improve your skills and build a better life!
You probably associate studying to something very unpleasant. Every time you have to learn and study new things, you know that a long and boring period is going to follow. You expect that it will take you dozens of hours to learn a few things!
I felt the same way too, for a long time! Studying was something that I had no idea how to properly do. I kept reading the same things over and over again, expecting that I would memorize the information. There was no skimming phase and I wasn’t taking notes effectively.
Thankfully, I learned with top-performers on the field of learning how to learn, such as Tim Ferriss, Barbara Oakley, Cal Newport, Tony Robbins, Jim Kwik and many others.
If you take this class, you have the opportunity to learn everything you need to makethelearn and study process more efficient.
You’re going to learn how to create a proper study environment as well as focusing on that same environment. Which is essential to make any study session very productive!
Commit yourself to watch this class till the end if you want to get much more free time while learning incredible things that will help you to achieve your own goals! Make sure you take some notes to increase retention.