Become a Better Learner in 5 Seconds

Study Skills That Work

Procrastination is the #1 problem when it comes to studying.

Let’s face it.  You probably never want to study.  

It’s hard and sometimes it doesn’t pay off.

If you describe yourself as poor student and you have had bad learning experiences you probably feel paralyzed when it comes to testing and trying to learn.  

The 5 Second Rule developed by Mel Robins can help you overcome this mindset. The Rule allows you to beat your brain at its own game and distract it from the ways that it tries to sabotage you.

The 5 second rule can help you want to learn and this course will give you the knowledge to apply study methods proven to work by latest neuroscience research.

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand how the 5 Second rule can help you become a better learner.

  • Stop using ineffective study methods

  • Frame your learning goal around a plan of action

  • Stop talking yourself out of studying

  • Learn 5 proven study methods that produce results

  • Break the cycle of fear and learn your way to success

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Learning Frames is a system for creating learning goals that will empower you to have control over your educational experiences.

What's included?

2 Videos
5 Quizzes
3 Surveys
3 Texts
1 Download
3 Presentations
Shane Lester
Shane Lester
Learning Strategist

About the instructor

Shane Lester earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Professional Writing and a Master’s of Science degree in Instructional Technology with an emphasis in Learning Psychology from Utah State University. Shane has had a dual corporate careers in training design and software product design.
Shane has published four books and is now on a mission to help people analyze their failures and create learning strategies to help them achieve their goals.

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