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Learn Like Einstein: Memorize More, Read Faster, Focus Better, and Master Anything With Ease… Become An Expert in Record Time (Accelerated Learning) 

Wish you could learn and memorize more in less time? Stay focused, quit being frustrated, and absorb info like a human sponge?


If you’re looking to (1) accelerate your learning abilities, (2) improve your memory instantly, (3) pick up new skills efficiently, and (4) fly through material and ace tests – the answers are right in front of you.

Step by step methods and habits to train your brain.


Learn Like Einstein is your scientifically proven field guide on using your brain to its fullest potential like Albert Einstein. This is NOT a boring textbook full of generic tips like “manage your time better and don’t cram at the last minute.” There are specific and actionable tactics to address every aspect of your learning – from memorizing, reading faster, absorbing more, and focusing better. 

Become an expert and decipher complexities rapidly.


Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years. This book represents the scientifically proven methods he has used to become an expert in multiple domains. 

Learn faster and save your valuable time.


•Discover how to double your reading speed and finish any book in less than an hour.
Develop bulletproof focus and concentration.
•Learn memory techniques used by top experts.
How to CRAM the absolute best way.

Become an information processing machine.


•Why your current notes are sabotaging your learning.
Why some people learn by hearing, doing, music, or moving.
•How to rehearse and practice to achieve expertise in record time.
How to use the secret superpower of spaced repetition.

Rediscover your life with laser sharp focus and mental clarity.


Learning to learn is one of the most valuable skills you will ever possess because it unlocks everything you want in life. Imagine learning any skill, hobby, or passion in just days versus months, and becoming good enough to make money with it.

Imagine remembering important dates and appointments, and breezing through tests with less studying time than anyone. What could you accomplish if you could guarantee being able to learn and perfect it? Success in business, personal satisfaction, better relationships and friendships, and overall: creating the life you want.




Introduction

When I was younger, I was never at the top of my class. I didn’t know how to study or learn. I would rush at the last minute to cram and pull all-nighters on projects that I had months for. I would take terrible notes and rely on my friends to help me out. I even skipped class somewhat frequently. Okay, I was a downright bad student. I just didn’t care, and would rather have spent time riding my bike. However, something happened in eighth grade that would change my world forever. I wanted to impress Jessica from Spanish class. It’s a noble and mighty motivation that has been the impetus for many changes in the life of a young (and old) male. We were in the same Spanish class and I had the good fortune of sitting directly behind her. It turns out she wasn’t too interested in Spanish either, so she would constantly turn around and ask me for help. I would first get caught in her eyes, but then my spirits would fall because I realized I had no idea how to answer her questions. What if she started asking the other guys in the class? I didn’t want that! With that in mind, I began to study and learn Spanish so she would have all the more reason to continue turning around and talking to me. It’s amazing what you can do when you have the proper motivation for it, and I probably became fluent more quickly than anyone in the class that year. What’s more, I would look up obscure or complex phrases and words to impress her, just in case I had the opportunity.I mainly used a massive set of flashcards. They started with one word on the back of each card, but by the end of the school year, they had three to four sentences on back of each, all in Spanish. I got an A+ in the class, one of my few in my academic career, but I never did get anywhere with Jessica. Still, I had discovered that when you have an overarching goal or purpose in mind, you can accomplish far more than you would expect. 



It worked for me. Most of the time in life, we don’t have this type of motivation that drives us to achievement. Most of the things we learn or study for, we drag our feet towards. It’s not a pleasure, and it’s more of a chore. Studying and learning isn’t typically fun. What do we do then? What do we do when it feels like a struggle to crack open that book or listen to that lecture? Learn Like Einstein is designed just for you. This book is a collection of learning techniques that are guaranteed to make you retain more and learn faster, even if you hate what you’re looking at. You still may not be happy that you’re learning or studying at all, but at least you’ll accomplish more in less time, and be able to move on to other activities sooner rather than later. Learning to learn is one of the most valuable skills you can equip yourself with, because anything worthwhile in life is a result of effective and efficient learning techniques.

Chapter 1. Shattering Myths

Welcome to Learn Like Einstein, where the good become great, the great become legendary, and the mediocre become less mediocre! That may have sounded like hyperbole, but I assure you it’s not. Learning how to learn is one of the biggest superpowers anyone can have under their belt. You might not realize it, but learning to learn will unlock just about everything you do in life. Why? The simple reason that we aren’t born as experts – in anything!               When you entered the world as a baby, you didn’t know anything on your own, so you first depended on social learning to pick up how to eat, drink, walk, and talk. Everything that we take for granted is something that we learned from others. The first five years of life are a wash because everyone learns out of necessity. Everyone learns to walk, talk, swallow, and tie their shoelaces. But what about after? You start to see people separate themselves from the pack. Josh can do the multiplication and division tables faster than his teacher, so he gets to skip a grade. Josiah, however, is still having trouble with subtraction so he is held back a grade. Is it because Josh is inherently smarter? Not necessarily. In fact, that’s something we’ll address in this chapter and throughout the book. It’s all due to learning, and how each child learns to learn. 


Then, as we grow older, we start to see people become outliers and separate themselves even more as a result of their talent in learning, not necessarily talent in the underlying subject. Being that this chapter is about learning myths, that’s a good place to start. Myth #1: Innate intelligence matters in learning. This took some careful phrasing, because there are indeed some outlier geniuses such as Einstein and Newton that simply think on a different level. However, they are so rare that if you took a minute, you probably wouldn’t be able to come up with more than a handful of famous “geniuses.” What about the rest of us? Intelligence is a very, very hazy term. For example, IQ tests claim to measure intelligence (it’s right in the name, after all), but they only measure a small set of very specific metrics that they think translates into intelligence. Classic IQ tests measure things like ingenuity, thinking outside the box, seeing patterns, and making connections. These are good qualities, but as you can see, not quite what would qualify someone to be categorized as intelligent. They don’t take into consideration a whole world of factors. For the purposes of learning, no one is more intelligent or better than anyone else. Learning is something we’ve all done since we were children, and it’s really a matter of work, attention, and some of the principles in this book that take your learning ability to the next level, not your innate talent or intelligence. Your overall intelligence and learning ability is truly measured by far more factors that can ever be seen in any test results. You can learn just as well as anyone else, and if someone else appears to understand something more quickly, they are simply seeing it through a different perspective, not dissecting it like a genius.

If you don’t believe that you are can do something as well as someone else, then why try at all? It’s actually a very dangerous assumption that others are simply innately better at something, because it will cause a very real sense of discouragement and pointlessness. Myth #2: Failure is bad. Actually, studies have proven that failure is one of the best things that can happen during the learning period. Allowing someone to fail, even when you can easily help them, is great for learning as well. This concept is called “Productive Failure” that a researcher from the University of Singapore coined. There were two groups of students, and teachers helped the first group find answers to their set of problems. Meanwhile, the second group was given no help, but was instructed to collaborate and work with each other.



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