If you want to increase productivity, do better in school, or simply increase your chances for that promotion, then pay attention....
"Some people dream of success, while others get up every morning and make it happen." (Wayne Huizenga)
Why do some people fall so deeply into habitual procrastination? Isn't that just another word for laziness? Is categorization and patterning really the best method for memorization?
If you don't understand the immediate answers to the above, you're not alone.
You see, education is the most powerful tool you can use to change the world. The road isn't always going to be easy, but it's definitely worth it.
Inside, you'll find the advanced strategies that myself and others have used to propel ourselves in the right direction. These strategies can give a competitive edge that many don't even consider to utilize.
In Accelerated Learning, discover:
- How to become more productive
- The critical thinking process
- How to stay focused on tasks
- Your personal learning style
- Different types of learning methods
- The value of self-discipline
Check out Accelerated Learning: Advanced Strategies for Improved Memorization, Effective Listening, and Increased Productivity and take your knowledge to the next level today!
What listeners say about Accelerated Learning
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- L. B.
Horrible, I feel scammed by this title
This audiobook is at best an overview of the topic. Audiobooks like this should be banned from audible. It's like a scam to get your money and give you a steaming pile of... Garbage. The Grammer isn't even correct in places using the wrong tense for words and the like as if the author is not a native English speaker and the reader just goes with it. This book just conveys the high level topics and does not actually explain them as if it's an outline instead of a book. It is beyond bad!
- Phil Alton
Doesn't help learn accelerated learning methods
I was hoping to listen to a book on accelerated learning. Instead, it was really about trying to convince me accelerated learning is a good thing... Not sure if the narrator was handicapped by the writing style, but the emphasis and tone only helped to reinforce the somewhat patronising angle detailed above.