This course will allow you to learn and master the fundamentals of ANY skill, whether it's for work, relationships, or leisure, within a month using the 4 step formula.
Learn and master a simple formula to greatly accelerate your learning
•Learn a step by step formula
•Dramatically increase your ability to learn any skill
•Overcome obstacles and other mental blocks
•Learn how to take a skill to the next level
In order to change your life in any way, you need to learn to do something differently. Whether big or small, being able to learn skills quickly allows you to live the life you want.
The four step formula
First, you'll learn how to gain the information to perform your skill as quickly as possible.
Then, you'll learn how to quickly go through the fundamentals and create a routine that allows you to destroy all mental barriers.
Finally, you'll learn how to gain confidence and become comfortable performing your skill by growing through feedback.
Additionally, you'll learn how to take your skill to another level if you wish to do so.
In this course, you will get the four step formula, along with worksheets at the end of each section, so you could immediately put what you've learned to use and begin your journey to mastering a new skill.
An introduction to the first step: doing your research.
A conclusion to the first step: doing your research.
An introduction to the second step: diving into it.
A conclusion to the second step: diving into it.
An introduction to the third step: building confidence.
An introduction to the fourth step: gaining mastery.
A conclusion to rapid skill acquisition.
My contact information.
I am a committed lifelong learner and love helping people maximize their learning potential.
In university, I spent several hours studying for tests, but didn't really learn many new skills. I finally learned the skills that I desired by actually doing it. Over the time of learning many skills, I've refined the entire process to be able to learn as efficiently as possible.
The whole process of studying for several months is just a horrible way to learn. Conversely, jumping into a learning situation without knowing what you're doing at all will only lead to failure.
You don't want to spend all your time reading about starting something, but never get started. However, you don't want to just start something without knowing what you're doing and drown.
Several years of my life have been spent figuring out what the happy medium between studying and practicing is.