Head coach Firas Zahabi recently shared a fresh take on how to meet your goals. He talked about physical exercise—see the picture above, but his advice is useful to meet study goals as well.
Many of my students talk about motivation, but discipline can be more powerful.
Repeating new information, also called "rehearsal", is commonly called one of the worst memorization techniques. Why? Let's get into it.
The best learning takes place when you dig into something until you know it inside and out.
You forget faster than you think! There are two ways you can fight against forgetting. Read on to find out how you can forget less.
You are busy. But, you still want to improve your English. So how do you make the most of the little time you have?
What is effective learning? While each person is different, we can still look at ideal examples for inspiration. Let's take a look at one of history's most renowned geniuses, Albert Einstein.
Remembering is not just accessing information; it can also involve vivid use of the imagination. In fact, the more you imagine, the more you'll remember.
There are many ways to remember, but what's most important is that memory strategies do not occur automatically. They require time, practice and effort.
Learn the difference between short-term, working, and long-term memory; plus some techniques to move things ultimately into your long-term memory.