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27 Jan 2015

How to Dramatically Improve Your Short Term Memory In No Time

As an instructor of one of the most popular memory and speed reading courses on the web, I’m very often asked how to improve short term memory. For those who are unaware, your memory is effectively broken up into 3 different types: Working Memory – The kind of memory that

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25 Jan 2015

What Exactly is “SuperLearning” [INFOGRAPHIC]

Recently, my partners and I commissioned this neat infographic to better explain what exactly “SuperLearning” is. We hope you find it interesting!  

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06 Jan 2015

Why Your Body is Broken (and How to Start Fixing It)

Your body is broken. Yes, you. And the worst part is? You probably don’t even realize it. Like the vast majority of people, you don’t realize your body is dangling in a precarious state of pseudo-dysfunction – until it’s too late. You work out a few times a week, try to

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Chris Bailey, the web's top productivity guru, returns to Becoming SuperHuman to share his best strategies.
05 Jan 2015

How To Be the Most Productive Person You Know w/ Chris Bailey

Greetings, SuperFriends! Today, I’m excited to welcome back one of the most entertaining, engaging, and personable guests we’ve had on the show – productivity expert Chris Bailey. For this of you who don’t know, Chris is a life-long productivity enthusiast and devoted a year of his life to testing every

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10 Dec 2014

How Speed Reading & SuperLearning Have Changed My Life

Productivity is important to me. Really important. During my undergrad, I managed to graduate with honors while simultaneously running a multi-million dollar online business and actively participating in fraternity social life. Looking back, however, I was far less efficient than I could have been, for one reason: My reading speed. Though

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30 Nov 2014

Introduction to SuperLearning on the Smart People Podcast

I recently had the great pleasure of being the featured guest on the Smart People Podcast, an honor which I share with the likes of Steve Blank, Dan Pink, Simon Sinek, Tony Hsieh, and a number of other people whom I admire quite a bit. In the coming months, this

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