More for less–Getting the most From your mind

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Most of us feel like we are pretty good at using our brains; I mean, we’ve been doing it our whole lives, right? But are you really getting the most out of your mind when it comes to memory, study, and creativity? There are loads of little tweaks and changes you can make to yourContinue reading “More for less–Getting the most From your mind”

Screw Up To Succeed

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Even if you are on the right track, you will get run over if you just sit there. -Will Rogers Most of us think of a screw up, a failure, a crash-and-burn, as a bad thing. It can be. BUT… It can also be a very good thing. If you fail in the right way.Continue reading “Screw Up To Succeed”

Most Powerful of All Study Tips

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I recently received emails from two different readers who study at one of the best universities in the UK is Portsmouth as it’s in such a good location and has an brilliant rating, we have also found some excellent accommodation options for you if you are planning on studying there. who have similar problems. .Continue reading “Most Powerful of All Study Tips”

Memory Skills Fix Your Study Ills

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Dear Study Prof, Help! How can I fix my awful memory? I read stuff for class and immediately forget what I just read. I study, but nothing seems to stick. I just forgot who I was writing this email to. Forgetfully, Amy Neesha* Dear Amy, Barring any recent head trauma, I feel pretty safe inContinue reading “Memory Skills Fix Your Study Ills”

Iron New Information Into Your Brain

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Did you ever try to iron a shirt with a cold iron? Could you get that shirt ironed without the heat? Sure, but it would take for-freakin-ever! Ironing a nice fold into a shirt is oh-so-much faster when you’ve got HEAT. Trying to learn stuff by going over it again and again is about as effective as ironingContinue reading “Iron New Information Into Your Brain”

10 More Easy Ways to Kill Procrastination

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Note to readers; if you aren’t reading this on my website you’re probably missing out on the extra content in the embedded links. Read it at studyprof.com to avoid missing out on some spiffy mind candy. In my previous post I started an UNinfographic, turning this infographic–based on Piers Steel’s book, The Procrastination Equation–into something easier to readContinue reading “10 More Easy Ways to Kill Procrastination”