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All right.

This course will cover some of my favorite books and topics that I found useful as well as research

and scientific studies when it comes to talking about how learning and the brain works have also combined

some of my own advice and recommendations to hopefully find the essence of learning how to learn.

So what does the course look like.

You see in order for us to get to our end goal of being efficient learners we need a road map and an

overview of what we are covering.

So let’s see the course outline instead of jumping straight to the techniques without any background

any foundation would need to start off with the principles and the principles are the shift in our mindset.

We need to learn a few things and have the right frame of mind to really apply the techniques that we’re

going to learn later in the course we’re going to learn about really exciting topics like skill stacking

about the parade or principle and a lot of other things that we can apply as our foundation to learning.

We then dive into the lies.

These are the often told lies that we hear over and over.

When it comes to learning or growing in your career we’re going to debunk some of those lies.

Once we’re done with that we’re going to go into the pillars.

These are the foundational four pillars that we need to become masters to learn a topic and get to mastery.

From there we would have built our foundation with the principles the lies and the pillars where we

have the right mindset.

We know what is true and what it isn’t.

And we have the pillars in place to really learn proper learning techniques.

This is when the Course gets really exciting we dive into the science section and this section is all

about looking at actual research and science of how our brain works how we can use this knowledge to

be efficient learners.

We’re going to cover topics like how to deal with procrastination and what science has told us about

dealing with procrastination.

We’re going to talk about research that is the most effective and helping you master a tough subject.

Things like deliberate practice space repetition.

We’re going to talk about really interesting studies and back what we’re about to learn in the last

section and that is that techniques.

This is the part of the course that you’re going to love.

This is where we take all that we’ve learned up until now all the foundations all the science and while

we know about how the brain works to use these techniques and these techniques aren’t just fun little

things like use flashcards instead.

These techniques are lifelong techniques that you can use to be an efficient learner by the end of it

all through exercises and worksheets.

You’ll create your own framework that you can take and apply for any topic and discipline you want in

your life you will know how to go from zero to mastery on your own.

Now before we get started with the course you may be asking Andre Who are you.

Who am I and why should you trust me.

You know what I’d be asking the same question if I was in your shoes.

First off I’m offended.

No I’m just kidding.

Let me give you a little bio super quick about me and why I think I’m qualified to teach the subject.

I’m a surf instructor.

I’m a yoga instructor.

I’m the captain of one of the top adventure racing teams in Ontario where we race using maps and compass

navigation for multiple days.

I’ve started four businesses I’ve taught myself to code and worked in places like Silicon Valley and

Toronto and I’ve also taught over 200 thousand people around the world how to code just like me who

now work in places like Google and Amazon.

I had none of these skills before I graduated college.

I learned all these skills from scratch in my 20s.

I also speak four languages.

But here’s the thing I’m not special I’m not the hardest worker.

I’m never the person that says Oh I’m so busy I’m just an efficient learner.

I’m now in my mid thirties and I’m doing what I love.

And I’ve been using this framework for learning that I’ll be teaching you throughout my life.

As a matter of fact I’d rather teach you what other professionals suggest what the science says about

the brain.

Although I give some of my own advice and recommendations in this course at the end of the day it’s

more powerful and practical when you learn from multiple sources which is why throughout the course

I’ll be citing all the facts and ideas that aren’t my own.

For example remember how in the introduction video I said speed reading is a lie.

Well every video when I make a statement like that will contain this little thing of the bottom that

will cite the research to back that claim.

For example the World Economic Forum predicts that 75 million rolls will be eliminated due to technological

changes over the coming years.

However other advances will result in development of one hundred and thirty three million new roles

requiring new skills in the coming years.

These are roles and skills that nobody has yet because they haven’t been developed.

OK one last thing.

This is our community of 0 to mastery self learners.

We have a community of over 80000 members online chatting every day who are self learners motivated

to learn throughout their lives helping each other grow talking about technology and other interesting

topics to make sure that you finish the course you succeed in this course and also throughout your life.

This is an optional resource but it’s one of my favorite things that we offer with the course.

As a matter of fact I love the community so much that I’m on there every single day chatting as well

okay that felt like a lot of information and I know you’re getting excited.

I am too.

So let’s focus on you and how you can become an efficient learner.

Let’s get started.

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