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Learn Anything Quickly Using Jim Kwik’s FASTER method

Today, it has become necessary to learn how to learn quickly, otherwise, you would feel lost in this world of infinite information. Jim Kwik has introduced a simple method he calls, the FASTER Method, to learn anything quickly. The acronym FASTER stands for: Forget, Act, State, Teach, Enter, and Review. Here’s the breakdown: F is …

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Limitless Wishes: A Magical Wand for A Smarter, Faster and Better Way of Learning

Limitless Wishes: A Magical Wand for a Smarter, Faster and Better Way of Learning

If you were offered a magical wand and asked to make just one wish, what would it be? Like me, you would probably wish that you can make limitless wishes. Pretty smart right? Applying this to learning, if you were asked to pick one subject or skill to learn, it would be even smarter to …

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Understanding Neuroplasticity as a Tool to Become Limitless

Understanding Neuroplasticity as a Tool to Become Limitless

Our brain is malleable. We have the ability to change its structure and organization over time by forming new neural pathways as we experience, learn something new, and adapt. This is called Neuroplasticity. Also known as brain plasticity, it is a term used to describe how your brain makes a new synaptic connection, anytime you …

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4 Supervillains of Learning: Digital Dementia

4 Supervillains of Learning: Digital Dementia

Our smart devices are beginning to make us stupid. Did that get your attention?Neuroscientist Manfred Spitzer uses the term digital dementia to describe how the overuse of digital technology results in the breakdown of cognitive abilities. He argues that short-term memory pathways will start to deteriorate from underuse if we overuse technology. In simpler terms, …

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