If there’s one thing I’m passionate about, it’s maximizing our learning potential. Having worn the crown of a memory champion, I’ve distilled the essence of quick and effective learning into seven actionable steps. I’ve talked about these in my YouTube channel and in my book “How to Learn Almost Anything in 48 Hours”. Here, I’d like to share my refined insights on the same.
In today’s digital landscape, information overload is a constant challenge. This short article delves into effective strategies, from mental audits to the art of chunking, embracing minimalism, and harnessing technology’s power. Discover actionable steps to achieve clarity, focus, and heightened productivity amidst the relentless tide of data.
Learning a new language can be both an exciting and challenging experience. Traditional methods often focus on memorising individual words, but this approach can be time-consuming and ineffective. After all, languages have thousands of words, and memorising them in isolation can be overwhelming. A more efficient and practical approach to language learning is to focus on phrases instead of individual words.
Learn how to use a memory palace to memorize large amounts of information and improve your chances of passing exams. This blog explains the steps to create a memory palace and provides tips for using this visual memory technique. Start improving your exam performance today!
Unfortunately, we weren’t really taught how to learn in school. We were given homework, tasks and exercises to do. However, very rarely we were shown strategies to implement absorbing the knowledge, questioning it, reflecting back on learning, and arranging the information in a way to retain better.
Most people just want to be able to speak in another language. Here’s a 6-stage process I’ve developed for learning to speak any language at the most basic level.
Imagination — we all have it, we all use it, but not all of us know the power that it yields to help us do extraordinary things. If you use your imagination, you can remember anything. It’s as simple as that. When people think of memory, they think of repetition and the stress associated with it.
Learning a new skill can be challenging. Often people have been excited about learning that skill to enhance their career or keep them sane, only to give up several weeks or months later.
Unfortunately, we weren’t taught how to learn at school. We were given homework, assignments, tests, and the like, without ever using our brain to think about what the best approach is to tackle. I’m not talking about having the skills to take on the knowledge. I’m talking about knowing the ‘how’ to tackle the work. It is assumed that students will know the how. But traditional methods just don’t work.
Learning is only difficult if there is no strategy. Since we are not taught how to learn, we don’t exactly have a strategy or skills to ensure the effectiveness of what we’ve learned. So how can you learn how to learn? There are many techniques, systems, approaches as well as fundamentals that help you learn anything you ever want, fast!