But it’s not! It’s very painful!
If you’ve ever said to yourself:
- If only I’d…
- Oh, why didn’t I…
- How could I have let this happen?
Then maybe you’d have been better off with just a little of the right information.
100 years ago when I was at school(!), we weren’t taught the stuff you’ll find in Genius Material. We were pretty much left to our own devices.
Some of us happened to get by in exams; some of us got good results but some of us just didn’t seem to get the hang of it at all.
So why didn’t they tell us how to revise?
Well they did – sort of!
Advice at the time included stuff like:
- Make notes
- Read your text book
- Don’t leave it until the last minute
…which was all well and good.
They didn’t know then what we know now about techniques for improved memory. You have the massive advantage of 30 or 40 years of research – should you choose to use it. I didn’t have that option in my day! Yep! Bring out the violins! We had it tough!
Let me tell you a little about how this all started.
I want you to know that I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting a few geniuses in my time. One of them is Dr Richard Bandler. I’ve also done a lot of training with another – Dr John Grinder. So what? Who are they? What’s the big deal?
Well, they co-founded NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) and they’re the guys who started noticing the different strategies people use to get particular results.
They began to discover back in the 1970s that your success at anything (including developing an improved memory) depends on how effective your strategy is. In other words – how you do something.
Maybe the best advice you’ll ever hear…
If what you’re doing already works superbly – then keep doing it!
If not – DO SOMETHING ELSE!
And keep doing something else and something else and something else, until you discover the best techniques for improved memory, and how to get the best results possible for you.
In Genius Material, I’ve tried to save you a lot of time looking for the magic ingredient, by directing you towards the strategies that are likely to work for you. I’ve done most of the hard work – all you need to do now is test the suggestions for yourself see how much easier it is to get better grades.