Keytostudy for doctors: remembering protocols

We have many medical students and doctors. There is one question we get quite often: T.R.: I would love to know more about how we can structure patient presentations and their differential diagnosis. In a way where you never forget anything. And then once you have the differential and more effective method for not missing …

Converting weakness to strength

Quite often we talk about ways to convert our weaknesses to strengths. This is an important question, and we will return to it periodically. Most people feel flawed one way or another, even fundamentally flawed in many cases. With all the influx of seemingly perfect bodies, perfect vacations, perfect social lives and … (you name …

Bilateral drawing

We use neuroplasticity to improve brain power and generate new ways to do things. One of the ways to induce neuroplasticity is by doing certain motoric actions, like bilateral drawing. Drawing with both left and right hand has been a part of Anna’s toolset since I know Anna. And Anna used to ask me to …

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 …

Book training schedule

Almost all of our students on day one want to see the training schedule that will take them to their goal. Previously we used a partial list of exercises that complemented other resources. After long deliberation we decided to unite all exercises in one document as a plan. We tried to develop one exercise per …

Shaping kids brain for success

As we are approaching the release of the “How to raise a superlearner” content, I am still trying to decide to myself to which degree shaping kids brain for success is natural. On one side of the discussion, we have Montessori with a focus on letting the child discover the inner potential and some very …

Failures as a basis for success

We are all trying to improve – otherwise I would not be writing this blog and you would not be reading it. The path of improvement comes through risk of failure and occasional failures. The higher rewards usually come with higher risk attached (otherwise it is an arbitration opportunity). Occasional failures happen to everyone, searching …

Finding time to read more

Quite often I am asked: “When can I find time to read?”. This is a very good question, and there are several disciplines that address it from several perspectives. First of all, if you do not have time to procrastinate you will probably have no time to read. It is important to understand, that just …

Career choice and development from keytostudy perspective

Choosing a career and choosing a spouse are two of the biggest decisions we make in our life and thus share many common traits. In this post, we will discuss how to choose a career. Most of us have one career throughout our lives, while flirting occasionally with other careers. Being a superlearner makes the …

Reading coaching

Sometimes our training just does not work. I already recognise such cases and simply ask: for how many hours did you read last week? If the answer is below 2 hours, there is very little chance that the person will learn speedreading. There is a huge value in simply stop thinking and start practicing. Practice …