The school system has been cheating you of your learning and here’s why…
Do you feel stupid when your friend or significant other brings up a past conversation you’ve had, only to find yourself smiling and nodding to hide the fact that you have absolutely no idea what they’re talking about?
Do you often think of what you need to buy at the grocery store while at work or in the car, but forget everything the instant you walk through the entrance and need to actually find the items?
How about names, do you wish you could avoid that humiliating moment when someone walks up to you and says hello, but you just can’t seem to put a name to the face?
These situations are all too common in today’s world where information is thrown at you from left and right. There’s so much to remember, yet it feels like there’s minimal space in your brain.
Nothing to worry. You are right in front of the door to memorize more than Apple´s newest Macbook Pro.
We’ve all been told as children, as well as throughout our teenage years, “People are unique,” and to “stay true to ourselves,” so how can one expect to learn the same information to the same degree using the same methods if we’re not the same?
According to MindValley, there are 7 types of learning styles that contribute to how well, including how much information is stored in the brain. Those 7 include:
With all these different roads to wander down, no wonder it’s hard to find where you belong.
However, by understanding what type of learning style speaks to your personality and abilities the most, you can begin to explore the endless possibilities your academic strength has to offer you.
In Improve Your Mind, you will discover:
- The #1 strategy that works specifically for your learning needs
- The secret to cutting down learning time while maximizing the information you retain
- What common learning mishaps 99,7% of people make, including how to fix them
- How to finally make learning motivating, easy, and fun
- The ultimate memory technique to use for remembering names and small details other people tell you
- Why the learning methods you were taught in school may not be the most efficient for your success
- Recently uncovered learning strategies proven to be most effective for a higher chance of remembrance
And much more.
Even if you’ve struggled with school exams in the past and have come to terms with being “less than average,” the school system tends to stick to the same programs that seem to work for the majority of the students without paying too much attention to those who fall between the cracks.
Don’t be intimidated by those who appear to be more intelligent or productive than you. They may just have found the learning technique that best suits their brain’s way of functioning.
And now it’s your turn.
We are all unique human beings with differing needs and preferences, so there’s no point in trying to compare your progress to that of others. You need to find the approach most appropriate to your needs.
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