Superlearner story: Otis the musician

How important is productivity as a part of our training? Recently, I started to feel that my posts went too far from memory and speedreading methodology.  As I was contemplating returning to more basic materials and reframing my approach, I was approached by several students who could not function due to bad productivity training. So …

19 Ultimate Short-Cuts to SAT Success

While we specialize in learning, SAT tests are not in our focus. Do not get me wrong. 1:1 with Anna, speedreading and memory improvement boost the SAT scores approximately by 20 percent, and we had many students who completed this training. However, the test itself has its own specialists. In this guest post, one of …

Your boss could be your best mentor

In this article I want to address the fundamental question of finding a great mentor. Unless you have a mentor, the odds are against you: it will be damn hard to score deals or get promoted. If you happen to have a mentor, your success is tied to the success of your mentor. It is …

How to raise self-disciplined and creative children?

What is the best way to raise children? Each generation, culture, group, and family has a different set of answers. One of the biggest issues parents have to balance: how to raise children that have both creativity and discipline. You are welcome to read more here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, …

Dealing with phobias at school

For many students the school is intimidating. I was intimidated by bullies in the elementary school and the school gym. My wife Anna suffered from dyslexia until she learned speedreading, and some school subjects were quite fearsome for her. Some of my friends and fellow memory experts feared math. The school does not have to …

Never tell people to improve

Are we too hard with ourselves for our own good? Recent studies show that more rest, positive language and acceptance will improve our lives. For more information, you are welcome to read here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Why now? As the year ends, we review our year and summarize its results. Some …

8 Reasons to Improve Your Writing While Studying at University

We all had a fair selection of writing classes at school and in the Universities. Most of these classes were very poor. From the writing classes I took in the University, only one was decent and practically useful. Yet, University could be the best place to learn writing skills for some. In this guest article, …

The Importance of Early Childhood Education

Personally, I believe that people are good, as long as nobody messes with their minds. In my opinion, empathy, learning, and critical thinking should be widely used to protect ourselves and others from bullies and manipulators. The author of this article argues that people can be bad unless they are taught ethics from a very …

10 Things Parents Can Do To Help Their Children Do Better In School

  Parents are responsible for academic success of their children. Since we offer a “Raising a Superlearner” course on Udemy, we also accept guest posts about the subject.  The main challenge we had to face was building a consistent course from hundreds of potential tips for the parents. There Stepheny from FeedFond shares 10 points …

Critical thinking and challenging rules

Some rules are good and preserve us from anarchy. Too many rules can stop any reasonable growth. Where to draw the line? which rules should be challenged? Is there a good timing to challenge the rules? In this article, I want to check some relatively fresh perspectives on the subject. For more reading, you can …