As a company, Let's Improve has a data-driven and empirically validated focus. We provide scientific resources to bolster self-development around the world. Currently teaching nearly 4,000 students across 126 countries.
Too often, self-development presents as pseudoscience - instructors, unable to provide quantitative evidence for why their method works, hide the gaps in their knowledge under general-purpose motivation and inspiration.
But this is the equivalent of putting a hamster on a hamster wheel: instead of learning actionable skills that allow you to solve your problem and move forward, you learn how to rationalize your own inability under the guise of 'effort'.
We avoid the hamster wheel altogether by ensuring that we only teach scientifically valid principles. This results in courses that are short (so as not to waste your time), empirical (so that you can read the same sources that we do), and effective (so that you can go out and apply your skills to the real world).