Daily habits will make you smarter

This small infographic shows several daily activities that will make you smarter. Here you can find more smart activities. We will consider our own version of such activities. You can do them at home, at work, while communicating. There is simply no reason to procrastinate, so you can start right away. Write down a list …

New year’s resolution

New year celebration is a great turning point for habit changing. Unfortunately, new years resolutions get ignored more often than not. This article describes several reasons why new years resolution fail and how to make them work. Guilt is a bad motivator. Quite often resolutions deal with what you think you should do, not with …

Bringing light into our lives

Mentorship is a personal developmental relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps to guide a less experienced or less knowledgeable person. The mentor may be older or younger, but have a certain area of expertise. It is a learning and development partnership between someone with vast experience and someone who wants …

Keep your eyes on the target (by Gill Umair)

Every 20th of a month we try to write something about our students. This is a second article in the series written by our student. Gill Umair is our typical student: smart, energetic, entrepreneurial. Gill took several sessions with Anna, and after reaching his goals reading goals continues to be mentored by Lev. Gill is …

Happy marriage and Socrates

“By all means, marry. If you get a good wife, you’ll become happy; if you get a bad one, you’ll become a philosopher.” Socrates From time to time I stop to write about my family and my personal life. There are several reasons for this. I was not married to Anna, nothing of what you …

Creating your own luck

Occasionally our students report feeling unlucky or depressed and trying to change their life by learning a new skillset. While superlearning is probably not the right skillset (I am planning to develop something more focused next year), we do want to help these students. Here I try to address 3 common issues, which all of …

What human beings can be, they must be (by Gill Umair)

Every 20th of a month we try to write something about our students. This time we change the format a little and allow our student to write an article. Gill Umair is our typical student: smart, energetic, entrepreneurial. Gill took several sessions with Anna, and after reaching his goals reading goals continues to be mentored …

Do not sabotage your mental strength

Mental strength is an important element in becoming a superlearner. The skillset is very extensive, so everyone has issues with some skills. At times we have doubts, maybe we think that we are not good enough, we do not have time for this, or we are doing something wrong… Some other times we are acting …

Filling in the gaps

Why does it happen that we do not understand? As a scientist, I can come up with many explanations. The most common reason: we missed some important aspect and cannot quite catch up. It’s easy to think that some subjects require a certain level of intelligence to tackle. That’s not true. Some subjects are harder …

Creative consistency and persistance

Creative consistancy for success creative consistancy http://lifehacker.com/the-under-appreciated-benefits-of-creative-consistency-1678061573 http://www.military.com/special-operations/seal-training-mental-preparation.html Take it into new directions – be creativ http://www.businessinsider.com/50-universal-truths-for-success-2013-10 When we are talking about creativity, we usually think about “WOW” moments, new perspectives, brainstorming and excitement. However, this is probably about 10% of being creative. The other 90% is persistence, hard and gray work of finding one …