What if I told you...
You could get better grades, with less studying than you are doing now.
Smart people aren’t just gifted – they have a different learning strategy (that you can copy).
Most people have no idea how they learn things. As a result, they can't train themselves to be smart.
These things may seem unbelievable. However, using the tactics in Learn More Study Less, I’ve been able to:
- Ace university finals with little or no studying.
- Scored first in an advanced inter-province chemistry exam. Without even being aware I was needed to take the test until five minutes before writing it.
- Read over 70 books in a year.
- Scored in the top three percentile for a national exam. Despite never having taken the course being tested.
- Minimized course work to maintain an A average while running a business, taking frequent international trips and still having time to socialize and party.
I say this not to brag, because my accomplishments are relatively modest. In researching extraordinary learners I've found people who have achieved A averages with triple the full-time course load, memorized entire books and breezed through degree programs designed to fail most people.
I’m saying this because I believe you can do it too.
How is This Possible?
The answer is holistic learning. This is the strategy of learning I’ve taught to tens of thousands of students who have either bought my book, or read my many free articles.
What is holistic learning? Holistic learning is basically the opposite of rote memorization. Rote memorization forces you to pound information into your skull with the hopes that it will stick later.
Holistic learning does the opposite. Instead of memorizing, you learn by making connections between ideas. This is closer to how your brain actually works, and it allows you to “get” a subject, not just spit out a list of formulas.
When I first introduced holistic learning, it created a sensation. Hundreds of thousands of people have read the free articles and ebooks. Thousands more have purchased and downloaded Learn More Study Less. My detailed Guide to effective learning skills.
Despite this success, I wanted to do more. I didn’t want to just create a manual people could read and forget. While many people have successfully implemented holistic learning, there is a big difference between reading about rapid learning tactics and actually living them.
Introducing Learn MOre Study Less 2nd Edition
In the second 2nd Edition of Learn More Study Less we've gone much futher. We've taken the best ideas you need to learn rapidly, then me and my good friend Liam McIvor Martin who has tutored thousands of students have presented them to you in a two hour video course which will get you the best start in speed learning.
The program reviews three major ideas:
What is Holistc Learning? We review the fundamental aspects of holistic learning and what you can do to quickly implement the learning strategy that thousands of students have used to become super learners.
How to use Holistic Learning. We teach you exactly how to implement holistic learning in exams, notes, work business and pretty much any field you can think of.
Next Steps and Resources. If you want more, we give it to you. We give you insider resources to take the next step with holistic learning which we didn't include in the first edition.
Best of all, this works with any subject, from anywhere in the world.
Make 2014 Your Year for Rapid Learning!
The bad news about this offer is that we are only allowing 100 copies of this program to be sold at our introductory price. The reason why is that we want more testimonials. We want to personally track your progress so that we can make the program as effective as possible.
The total price is $14 and for that you'll get:
- A two hour video course with me and Liam McIvor Martin
- An implementation guide to quickly start you off on holistic learning
- A month of email support by our team of experts
In addition, if you get in before we sell out, I’ve also managed to include great new bonuses coming out in the first month:
- How To Get Into Grad School - A bonus e-book by Liam McIvor Martin where we discuss how to get into and be successful in graduate school.
- A Free Month To Our Academic Success Club - We are also going to give you a free month to our academic success club where you'll get monthly interviews from successful students who explain exactly how they became super learners.
- Two Bonus Implementation Guides - Two amazing implementation guides to supercharge holstics learning which you get as a bonus just for signing up.
All of this you can get for just $14 for the first 100 customers.
The three hour tutorial, the implementation guides and all the bonus programs are available right after you sign up. You'll also get a free month of the academic success club, if you'd like to keep your subscription we will give you the option to stay subsribed for $14 instead of the usual $24.
We''ve included a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee if you’re in any way unhappy. I’ve had very few returns, but after selling thousands of the first edition of Learn More Study Less, I can say that the several people who have requested refunds have received them promptly.
This offer won’t be around for long.
Currently, I only will only release 100 copies of this program at this price. Some of our other programs have sold out in a matter of hours so I can't guarantee that this offer will be here next week, tomorrow or even in an hour.
Our team have done it in the absence of you all.
I hate to turn down students who could really benefit, but we want to make sure each student gets as much help as possible and we can't manage more than 100 students. My only suggestion, if you’re reading this and the offer is still available, is to act now. Because it will probably be gone in a few days.
The program is 14 USD, and you can cancel at any time.
Learn More, Study Less
Testimonials are hand-picked, so they are not average customers, but customers who have specifically written to thank me or review the book.
I'm recommending this ebook because I believe it to be of great value for anyone trying to learn something, especially if you're a student. Scott has taken the process of learning and has hit upon the methods that most quick learners use, breaking it down into easily understandable and practical steps that any of us can implement. If you want to learn like the best learners do--the people who make learning seem easy, like Scott--this method will help you get there."
- Leo Babauta, founder of Zen Habits
“I've since used Scott's resources to develop my learning technique. Learning becomes easier and fun because of how I now retain information 10x better.”
- Tommy Pang, writer of Option Mentality
Thank you for existing. When, I read Learn More, Study Less I was a mess. I had no direction except school, and even that made me miserable. Despite being in advanced programs during highschool, I was only a C student. I wasn't doing too much better in college. Until that is, my friend lent me your book.
Learn More, Study Less made sense--it didn't sound like bullshit. I used you as motivation. Any time a moment seemed to hard, or too stressful, I'd whip open your blog and read something. Before I knew it, I was back hard at work.
Now I am a completely different person. I live a blessed, full, life now. I can't thank you enough, but I'm of the belief that people who deserve thanks very rarely hear it. So, here it is: Thank you Scott, for everything you have done.
"I read your book, Learn More, Study Less, and it totally blew my reality I used to memorize everything before, now I'm using holistic learning. I recommend that everyone reads your book. You have many satisfied customers"
I have read Learn More, Study Less, and I think it's great, and has certainly helped, and continues to help me learn better than I had been.
A while ago I read your article on holistic learning, and also downloaded the e-book. I was a first year university student then and had gotten through high school mainly by memorization and late night cramming. When I got to university, I nearly failed most of my courses. I was taking an introductory course for organic chemistry, general physics, etc. and the load was too much for my previous study tactics. It was the first time that I would study well in advance and still perform horribly on an exam, and pretty dark time for me.
I appreciate your articles because they gave me hope that maybe the problem was not that I was not cut out for my chosen profession, or that I should give up on a lifelong goal, but instead there was a problem with the way I was organizing things. The next semester, I came across your articles during midterm exams, and I've certainly been doing a lot better.