Raising superlearners, Anna’s way

Anna and Lev (me) raise three children. After finishing the “raising superlearners” course, I asked Anna how she trained in fact with our children. Apparently, Anna’s methods were very different from mine, which is expected in a normal and well-functioning family. Per my request, Anna provided a list of the training she actually does with …

Things you can do with children

Recently we released a new Udemy class of 3.5 hours properly named Raising SuperLearners: Prep Your Kids for Lifelong Learning. For a limited time, you are welcome to use this link and enjoy a very low launch price. Each new course we release comes with a list of exercises. This course is no exception. Here …

Massive memory structures

I am occasionally asked how can someone remember 1 mil visualizations. Now 1 mil visualizations is a lot. For comparison, The King James Authorized Bible has 783,137 words. It is enough to know ~5000 words and 5000 phrases of a foreign language to be fluent, e.g. about 100,000 visualizations should suffice per language. Practically, not …

Why Blog Writing Is the Best Way for Fast Learning

I have been approached by a professional writer Tom Jager who occasionally writes for Huffington Post. We discussed several interesting ideas for an article. In the process, I understood that he learned A LOT from being a writer. Below is his story written by him. Also you may want to read this story of how …

Six insights on raising children

I have three kids. Raising them is quite a challenge. They are very good students and excellent with a great personality, each one unique in his own way. Not of them is a genius. Being in the business of educating people, I want to share some insights from parenthood. For this post I was inspired …

Creative training vs grit

When we discuss superlearning training we emphasize two elements: creativity and determination. Both are necessary and supplement each other quite nicely. Our students are expected to do some computer training ~30 min per day and some reading for at least 60 min a day. After finishing the course the computer training is no longer required, …

Compound markers

If you learnt how to generate visual markers and how to increase and control your visual eye span, your reading speed could easily be around 800 wpm. If you want to read vaster and understand more, perhaps you need some other sort of training. This training is advanced and it is not a part of …

Physiology of memory

There is a reason we do not talk much about physiology of memory. We simply do not have enough information that does not spark controversy. Below are some examples. Is there a limit on chunking and working memory? Working memory is the basis of our memorization. It is studied via various cognitive tasks performed by …

Using social media and asking well-formulated questions

Social media is much more than a gossip group. For a young professional social media provides these possibilities and many more: Showing your CV to thousands of friends with endorsements of your other friends. I am not only talking about Linkedin. You can share your thoughts and achievements on Facebook and Twitter, you can use …

Twelve choices that lead to your success

Our fellow superlearner Gill Umair completed the course and became a very successful life coach. Here he shares some more of his wisdom with us. I hope you will enjoy it, get motivated by it, and finish the superlearner course with flying colors as a result of it. If you already finished the course, I …