How does it feel writing a blog?

I am writing this blog for several weeks now, and have generated initial experiences. First of all I want to thank all of my readers, people spending the time to learn new things and improve their superlearning powers. Trying to provide the most engaging, helpful and insightful content is high on my priority list. Please …

How do I train each day?

Many of our students ask: how much should I train every day and what exercises should I do? The Udemy course comes with a big section of games, some of them also can be viewed at  this blog’s resources. You can spend as much or as little time playing various games as you want – this …

Developing your personal style

Quite often I urge the students to develop their personal style, but occasionally I wonder if they understand what I mean. Below are some examples. Each examples has its strengths and weaknesses,  and you should focus on those that fit your own style. Technocrat This is one of my favourite styles. I produce stylized markers …

Training timeline in 1-on-1 sessions

The Udemy course is standalone and you can take it to any direction you want, especially if you read this blog and ask questions. However many students choose a more controlled form of 1-on-1 Skype sessions. While we often encourage you to find your own personal style and works for you best, there is a basic …

How to learn grammar of foreign languages

Jonathan is trying to learn several languages in the same time.  After mastering the vocabulary using mental markers and spaced repetitions, the next question was more complex. How can I quickly learn grammar? Grammar is difficult. It is hard enough if you want to perfect your English. It is much harder with other languages since …

Visualization exercises

Some of our students have trouble actually visualizing the markers and need specific exercises. These exercises could be used with every level of visualization, but with different scope and complexity of objects.   Heber Cloward Try holding real things and re imagining them for practice . It seems the more you practice the easier it …

Advanced superlearning course

For years I have been teaching the “advanced” course and yet I had only a handful of students.  Advanced course teaches high-level visualization, linking large amounts of information, prioritization of information, powerful prereading and other interesting superlearning techniques. What is not a part of the advanced course The “advanced” course does not handle speedreading and …

Setting your superlearning goals

When you try to develop superlearning skills it is very important not to loose sight of your goals. Do I want to develop a super-skill? Super-skills set us apart from other human beings, help promote our reputation on Linkedin and draw our people to us in various ways we enjoy. However this comes with a …

Avoiding subvocalization

Luca Lenardi Tips on avoiding subvocalization I’m finding extremely hard to avoid subvocalizing. Whenever I’m trying to encode a saccade, I’m instinctively subvocalize the word I’m focusing. Is there any other specific tip or suggestion/exercise we can leverage, to avoid subvocalization? Thanks. Jonathan A. Levi Use the “Progressive Overload” methodology to gradually increase speed. At …

Healthcare memorization and mnemonics

Healthcare information requires large amount of memorization. Our students need to remember body parts in foreign languages, complex functional behaviour of these body parts, historical facts related to various body functions… The methods for remembering medicine, chemistry and biology are a combination of methods for remembering foreign languages and methods fro remembering historical processes. Barney …