Super Learning (Science of Accelerated Learning, 2nd Edition): Advanced Strategies for Quicker Comprehension, Greater Retention, and Systematic Expertise (Learning How to Learn, Book 14) Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Make learning painless, exciting, habitual, and self-motivating. Absorb info like a human sponge.
We’ve never been taught how to learn, and that’s a shame. This book is the key to reversing all the misconceptions you have, and make learning fun again.
Scientifically proven, step-by-step methods for effective learning.
Smart Learning is not a textbook - it’s a guidebook for your journey in learning. It will show you the most effective methods, the pitfalls we must avoid, and the habits we must cultivate. This book is highly organized and addresses all phases of the learning process, from creating a positive environment, to the biological basis of memory, to learning theories, and more. It borrows from multiple scientific disciplines to present comprehensive techniques to simply learn more, faster.
Master your approach and save countless hours.
Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a best-selling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and paths toward success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.
Smarter, faster, and better ways to achieve expertise.
- The physical and psychological pre-conditions to effective learning.
- How our memory works and how to make it work for you.
- The learning techniques that work - with evidence.
- How to never need to cram again.
- Why Einstein loved to play violin while working.
- The learning mistakes you are probably committing right now.
Outpace others, beat the competition, and get where you want to go in record time.
Learning to learn is one of the most valuable skills that you will ever possess, because it unlocks everything you want in life. You will achieve better grades, better work product, better relationships, more enjoyable hobbies, and each day, you will grow closer to the life you truly want.
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|Listening Length||4 hours and 15 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||March 17, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #23,016 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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#315 in Education & Learning
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Also, the amount of 5-star reviews with repetitive praise is pretty suspicious, let alone this being my third attempt of trying to post my review.
Please do yourself a favor and save your money.
I liked how the book dove into the learning mistakes that I and most people were probably committing at that moment. First step is awareness! Super Learning is organized and has a proven step-by-step plan on helping us learn!
June 4, 2021
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On top of debunking the most commonly adopted learning approaches (which I suspect come into play as second nature in many of our learning experiences today, however inefficient they are), Hollins put together an alternative playbook that is both neat and comprehensive. I particularly enjoyed the discussions built on the idea of organically working with time as a vehicle for strengthening retention and application of new knowledge - 'spaced repetition' or 'distributed practice', to be precise, reset my thoughts on how to coordinate focus blocks with the many daunting subjects I'm undertaking this year for my MAppFin. This framework, as I now understand, is to help us win our battles against the forgetting curve. Prior to stumbling across this read, and frustrated at how little of each piece of new knowledge I seem to retain and recall for assessment purpose, I did start experimenting with some stretched out study plans i.e. breaking what would otherwise be a 3-4 hour focus session a day into much smaller blocks spread evenly across 7-day periods, and had some wins. So there is much satisfaction found when the book reaffirms the merits of my trial run. Thank you, Hollins!
Inspired by this read, I'd now also like to start weaving Feynman's technique, interleaving, syntopical reading and the Cornell method for note-taking into my schedules to generate better learning outcomes in everything I wish to understand, for I couldn't agree more with Hollins on the many effects these strategies would bring alive.