Hello – I am Seiiti Arata and this is a special video for my friends that want an answer to the question “How to learn faster?”
It’s a good question, isn’t it? Especially during the interesting times that we live in, with zillions of pieces of information at the tip of our fingers. We are living in the age of information: information is everywhere, there is mountains of it. All that’s missing is the opportunity to take notice of it all.
It feels as if there isn’t enough time. That’s why it’s crucial to know How to Learn Faster.
We have created a course specially for this. For those of you who want to know How to Learn Faster. It’s a course that’s completely based on study techniques, but that has a completely different approach: it’s an extremely practical course.
This emphasis has been put on practice because I came to a realisation of a huge paradox. There have been several books written on how to study. The goal of reading these books is to learn, that is, the reader is learning how to learn. If you go to your nearest bookstore, you’ll find several books on this topic. I’ve read practically every single one and discovered a common pattern.
There are two categories: either the book is thin, or it’s as hefty as a brick. The thin books on learning are very superficial, filled with advice like “eating bananas and nuts is good for the brain”… while the thicker books are usually over three hundred pages long, and I’m not exaggerating when I say that over 80% of the content is just pure waffle. The author spends so much time telling a story that isn’t relevant, or giving very suspicious and questionable tips. If you’ve ever flipped through this kind of book, you might have noticed sections of “top tips” such as “do crossword puzzles and memory games to exercise your brain”.
I must point out that there are specific foods that are good for the brain, and that there are also exercises that help you to train your memory. However, these results are small. I respect the authors of these books very much, and I think that they’re doing their best to help the reader. However, with all due respect to these kinds of authors, there is a lot of scientific evidence out there that would prove much more effective in helping us to learn faster.
The How to Learn Faster course will show you ways to multiply your reading speed by up to four times, as well as showing you positive study habits and how to work them into your daily routine. Together, we will put an end to the negative habits that you may have picked up and show you effective techniques to help you to read better, get better grades, and review your work better.
In order to be able to pass details about the course on to you, I must point out that this is a new course, and, because of that, there is a selection process for those of you that are interested in taking part in the course.
Just to be sure, here’s the link for registering your interest in the course – on this page, there’s a form in which you can leave your email address. Please use the email address that you use most often, because I’ll be sending you a quick email to continue this conversation, and you’ll need it to be able to watch the second part of this video.
Speak soon! I’m sure you’ll achieve great things with the How to Learn Faster course!