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World's Quickest Speed Reading Course

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World's Quickest Speed Reading Course

I was never a reader. I didn’t read much at school and even throughout my university life. I have no idea how I passed but I was quite fortunate that I did. Then again, studying Information Systems didn’t exactly present you with library of texts to consume. I use to see leaflets and flyers around uni for speed reading claiming that you can read twice as fast and improve comprehension, but I just didn’t take it seriously and to an extent, didn’t believe it…Continue reading

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7 Steps To Learn Anything In 48 Hours

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7 Steps To Learn Anything In 48 Hours

Below is an 7-step guide to learning anything in 48 hours. Applied with the techniques and tips from my book, ‘How to Learn Almost Anything in 48 Hours’, it will create a structured process for you to follow and make sure you’re on track to achieve learning success…Continue reading

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How To Write A Book In 10 Days

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How To Write A Book In 10 Days

I wrote my first book, The Yellow Elephant, in just 10 days. It is just over 200 pages and 40,000 words. You would argue if a book was written that quick that it would be rushed and somewhat lack some substance or quality. After all, how are you going to think of everything you need to add into the book in such a short time?…Continue reading

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How To Learn Languages Fast

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How To Learn Languages Fast

The thought of learning and speaking a new language can be exciting and yet daunting at the same time. Millions around the world have done it. However there’s millions also that are struggling, even though they want to learn so badly. Nowadays it is an essential skill, especially at work, to speak multiple languages…Continue reading

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Are You A Learning Disruptor?

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Are You A Learning Disruptor?

Most of us have undergone our entire education life through rote learning. The ability to try and remember information through repetition. The majority of the world still works this way, and probably will for some time still. As learners and educators, we take this as the standard and only way of learning. Yes of course other methods are acknowledged. However when it comes down to it, at the end of the day, the safety and ease of rote learning wins out…Continue reading

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