The Self-Learning Blueprint

A Strategic Plan to Break Down Complex Topics, Comprehend Deeply, and Teach Yourself Anything
Narrated by: Russell Newton
Length: 3 hrs and 32 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Become an autodidact: Target higher grades, better job prospects, more goals achieved, and the key to unlocking all doors in life. Embarking on anything new is daunting and scary. That’s why you need a blueprint to point you in the right direction and make sure that you are moving forward.

The skill of self-learning is the ability to change your circumstances and get from point A to point B. The Self-Learning Blueprint is the compass that will get you to Point B. Numerous scientifically proven techniques are covered, as well as an overarching set of plans to ensure that you synthesize and truly understand new information.

We all think we know how to learn, but the truth is we don’t know much beyond taking notes and re-reading them. This won’t get you where you want to go. Learn how to learn from the ground up, all by yourself, on any subject matter. This goes beyond simple, improved study skills - you will understand the nature of the information itself.

An approach to instantly make sense of a topic when learning from scratch and teaching yourself. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a best-selling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and progress toward success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.

The audiobook includes:

  • Exact step-by-step methods to structure your learning and avoid information overload.
  • The four pillars of self-learning for expertise and comprehension.
  • Learning myths and the only thing you do need for learning.
  • How the 50-50 rule ensures memorization.

Make sure you’re not wasting your time with suboptimal techniques. You'll learn:

  • How to combine old and new information to learn.
  • Ten question types to unlock deeper understanding.
  • The role of buoyancy, failure, and confidence in learning.

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Great resource for learning

I was provided this copy for free in return for an impartial and honest review: This book is a must for high school and college students as well as people interested in learning how to learn the most efficient way to learn. There is a lot of substance in this book. Dig in and you won’t regret it.

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Lot of info condensed into a book. Recommended !

It's great for create a good plan to achieve whatever you need to accomplish. Also give you the possible obstacles to reaching your goals.

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Making Learning Easier

I really like books that are easy to understand and help me learn. This is a great example of that. I didn't like some of the black and white decisions the author takes on some of the topics though. For example, the author rejects Malcolm Gladwell's 10,000-hour hypothesis for becoming a master in a particular discipline. A few lessons may help someone learn a topic but will not make someone a master.

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I would recommend this audiobook to everyone as it applies to all facets of our personal and work lives! He is also funny and her stories resonated with me on a personal level.