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Just like you have training schedule, you could have reading schedule. Below are some posts from this blog you could read… Week Subject Suggested links 1 Superlearner Set your goals, No excuses, Get into “flow”, Change your life, Experience growth, Superlearn with others, Start visualizing 2 Visual markers Make markers fun, Use markers everywhere, Even …

The Easiest Way to Memorize Chinese Words

If you want to become proficient in Chinese, you must learn how to memorize Chinese words. In this article, Daniel Nalesnik, founder of Hack Chinese will share his personal conclusions, based on his experience moving to China as a complete beginner, and then passing the highest levels of the official proficiency exams several years later. …

Activities You Can Do With Your Kids And Get Your Body Moving

If you’ve been cooped up at home with your kids, it can get hard to get through the day. The kids might be happy to sit around and play with toys or watch TV, but you’d all feel a bit better if you got yourselves moving. I know I always feel better when I get …

The anatomy of gratitude

When we talk about gratitude we often assume that gratitude is something specific, one very clear feeling that we all experience. I do not believe this to be true. As far as I know, there are many kinds of gratitude, constructed from very different elements. More reading here, here, here, here, here,  and here. Mental …

Teaching masterclass

With COVID19 our children face more dangers than ever before. This pandemic has many faces: health, economy, and mental health. Our children need to study remotely and we need to support their efforts. The crisis can also be a great opportunity. I will try to explain how we can make this work. Giveaway Before we …

What do we learn from US presidents?

The US president is the most powerful man in the world. So all eyes are on that man. Yet all people are unique and leaders have profoundly unique styles.  What can we learn from the US presidents, and does that apply to our own lives? I want to approach this as an exercise in critical …

1000 articles 1000 videos speedwriting milestone

I just hit a personal milestone: 1000 edited videos on Thinkific, and 1000 edited articles in this blog. So I want to share my experiences with you. More can be found in my speedwriting course. How I started speedwriting Writing 1000 articles of 1500 words each or 1000 scripts for videos of several minutes appears …

Black Friday superdeal!

The best deal we offer each year is ON! You are welcome to get a HUGE discount. Unlike any other place, we keep the Black Friday deal active till December 31st! This year, the Black Friday deal comes early. This is not an ordinary year and we should do our best to turn the adversity …

Hybrid mental structures

Mental palaces are economic in terms of encoding, mindmaps are more flexible and easy to modify. We do not teach the hybrid memory structures in basic courses, they appear in masterclasses. Here I want to give a short promo. Who creates mnemonic methods? Mnemonic methods were originally developed for public speakers. In the middle ages, …

How Being Bilingual Can Help Your Career Development

Whether you’re already a bilingual speaker, or thinking of learning another language, having this skill is a great way for you to stay competitive in the job market. Knowing a foreign language has many benefits, especially when it comes to career growth and personal development. Here are a few ways of being bilingual or multilingual …

How Microlearning Can Level Up Your Knowledge

In this day and age, the world is everchanging. Not to mention the career market, new interests in hobbies, and technology. Luckily, throughout the years, the internet has accumulated various free resources. From podcasts to YouTube videos, the majority of things you’d like to learn about are right at your fingertips — you just have …