Archive for the 'Note Taking' Category

10 Mind Tricks To Learn Anything Fast

This short video is a great reminder of simple things you can do to improve your study skills to learn anything fast and remember it! Study Tip #1: Use the sleep sandwich to remember a lot more. Study Tip #2: Master modifications to reinforce your learnings and commit them to long-term (better) memory. Study Tip […]

Don’t take notes on your laptop or tablet

I know some people think I am “old school” when it comes to taking notes with pen and paper, after all, it’s 2015… But all I care about is – RESULTS. A recent article extols the benefits of taking notes with pen and paper and NOT on your laptop or tablet. I admit, I am […]

Note Taking – how important is it?

The weakest ink is stronger that the strongest memory. As The Exponential Growth Strategist, I present to audiences around the world. I reveal the most powerful and valuable insights for people who want to achieve extra-ordinary results. People pay hundreds or thousands of dollars to hear me speak and deliver my content. Content I have […]

How observant do you think you are? Take this quick visual test

We all think we’re observant, but you’d be surprised at how many details we miss on our first glance… Take this quick visual test and see if you’re as observant as you think you are… Good luck!

Study Book gets feature product coverage on ClickBank

You might not know that Get The Best Grades With The Least Amount Of Effort is a top selling product on ClickBank, where billions of dollars of information and educational products are sold. Clickbank and its millions of affiliates make sure that great products get promoted and distributed worldwide. For example, my study book, speed […]

Free Audio Book Sample

We recently announced the new Audio Book version of our bestselling study guide: Get The Best Grades With The Least Amount Of Effort. We’ve just uploaded the free sample to the product page and it’s yours for free, no opt-in or email required. We believe you’ll realise you need to get it so you stop […]

Get Better Grades Now

If you’ve been reading or have subscribed to this blog, then I am sure you’ve enjoyed the study tips I’ve revealed here – imagine getting the behind-the-scenes content… Hmmm…. Have a look at this 1-minute video that I just published… College Study Tips Click on the hypelink to get your hands on How To Get […]

Mindmap To Improve Your Grades

As a reader or subscriber to this blog, you know I am a huge fan of MindMapping. I used it as a student to collect and gather all my study notes before important tests and exams. I now use it in business for all my strategic planning and as a visual tool for personal goal […]

Doodle Your Way To Better Grades

If you thought doodling was a waste of time – think again. This short 5-minute video reveals the creativity that lies hidden in all of us and how it can help you get better grades. If you want to learn the ultimate in note taking skills – try MindMapping! Doodling Can Help You Get Better […]

Taking notes is so 20th Century

Taking notes is so 20th Century now that we’ve discovered the incredible power of Mind Mapping. Even though it’s been around for several decades, only a very select few use it to become ‘super learners’. The primary reason is that when asked, most people don’t think they are artistically gifted or talented. Therein lies the […]

Why my study tips work

I think you should watch this video, it’s only 3 minutes long and explains… How and why my study techniques work

Learning Paradigms Video

This incredible video was sent to me by Ray Keefe of Successful Endeavours in Melbourne, Australia. What amazes me about it is how so much information can be captured in such a short period of time in such a compelling and dynamic way – its’ absolutely mesmerising don’t you think? It’s why my MindMapping course […]

Note Taking Examples

Peter sent me these… What do YOU think of them? I’ll give my feedback once I get yours first Give us your feedback by leaving a comment below. How do your class notes look compared to these? What suggestions do you have for Peter to improve his note taking?

Go from getting Ds to As THIS semester

When you buy my study book… In chapter 1, I am going to show you HOW you learn so that you can INSTANTLY improve your grades as of your next test, quiz or exam. With a 100% Money-Back-Guarantee, you have nothing to lose except the A or B on your next test or exam. I’d […]

2 Test Taking Tips

Today’s Post is from D.R. DeSilva. He wants a few clarifications on test taking tips. Dear Sir, I read the Get the best grades with the least amount of effort book and it was really cool. So first up I Have Two questions to ask; When you are studying, you mentioned taking notes for every […]

The Top 5 Best Study Tips

A lot of people have asked me what the top 5 best study tips are, here they are, in order. Learning your cognitive learning style (Chapter 1 of my study book) Speed Reading (click on the hyperlink for my speed reading course) MindMapping (click on the hyperlink to access my new program with visual artist […]

Being smart can make you stupid

A parent recently bought my study book for her 15 year old son. Despite his high IQ 120 (which actually could be as high as 143) he struggles with being “ADD non hyperactive”. She explains that it rears its head in the typical way, lack of focus, organisation, etc. His weakest areas are working memory, […]

Great Study Tips Site

Even though there are countless great sites on the Internet, often it’s hard to find them. That’s why, as an Exponential Growth Strategist, I come into contact with thousands of people every year and many of them forward interesting and useful links, sites and blogs that are valuable and worthy of bookmarking. The Khan Academy […]

3 Note Taking Styles: 5 Major Flaws

There you are, preparing for your exam… looking back over your notes trying to understand what you’ve written. Trying to remember the words the lecturer said AND put into context the scribbles in your notebook. ARRRGGGHHHH!!!! It doesn’t have to be this way. There IS a better way to take notes that will help you […]

Use Colours To Improve Memory Retention, Comprehension And Understanding

When we first learn something, information is processed by the brain to form a neural trace which first enters your sensory memory and then, if you’re paying attention, enters your Short Term Memory (STM). If you keep working to process the information and adapt it correctly, it then moves to your Long Term Memory (LTM). […]