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 …

Superlearner 2.0 course

Recently we launched a new Superlearner 2.0 course. The new course contains better content, audio and video, much more material than the original course and we offer cheap upgrade prices. Some students ask about the new course, so I summarize the answers here: We continue to offer full support to the original “classic” course and …

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 …

How to get more from the course

Recently I asked my students how to get more from our Udemy course. One answer was especially good: Trenor Gould In no particular order: Read the discussion of the community, because it might answer some questions that you did not think to ask. Comment too! Focus on reading rather than achieving high scores on games. …

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 …

Effective note taking

We are asked about note taking quite often. Instead of teaching note taking skills, or teaching you to be a better student, I think it is best to show how superlearning skill set can improve your note taking. The basic premises: try to take notes in a form that your brain can easily retain. In …

Digital detox

When our performance drops and the more we work the stronger it drops, this is a sign of burnout. There are different kinds of burnout. One of the ways we get burned out is overstimulation. We are connected to many people on many devices, each contact is yet another stimuli. Our brain has adapted to …

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 …

Jonathan’s TED talk

Jonathan’s TED talk is truly inspiring. If you feel that your motivation is down and you want to remember why you have chosen to become a superlearner, please watch the video and it will replenish your energies. You are welcome to share the link with your friends. Discuss your thoughts with other superlearners on our …