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Accelerated Learning Techniques


SIDE 1 - THE LEARNING REVOLUTION Who are the people who succeed? A message from Colin Rose. Three types of people and the differences between 'them. What is your most valuable asset? The new paradigm of education and employment: three major shifts. Six principles at the heart of this course.

SIDE 2 - YOU ARE A GENIUS Using your brainpower to its full potential. Breakthroughs in brain research. Linear and global approaches to learning. Reasons why and how you can begin to function at exceptional levels. How your self-image determines your performance. What is an intelligent person? Seven different intelligences we all possess.

SIDE 3 - THE SIX STAGES OF ACCELERATED LEARNING The universal tools of learning. Developing a resourceful state of mind. Memorizing key facts. Demonstrating to yourself and others what you have learned. Reflecting on how well your learning went. Accessing your true potential. Escaping the trap of learned helplessness.

SIDE 4 - PREPARING YOUR MIND TO LEARN Why a positive mental attitude is an essential part of success. Five keys to rapid-adult learning: desire, motivation, relevance, anticipation, positive expectations. A seven-step method for creating a resourceful state of mind. Written goals and inner dialogues. Relaxation, mind calming and learning.

SIDE 5 - GETTING THE FACTS Gaining knowledge through sight, hearing and touch: the importance of multi-sensory learning. When teaching styles and learning styles don't match. Getting the big picture. Breaking down the learning task into small steps. Keeping a high interest level through questions. The many advantages of learning maps.

SIDE 6 - EXPLORING THE SUBJECT The Schwartzeneggar. Three critically important findings about intelligence. Four types of work: making the most of your natural abilities. A test to discover your dominant intelligences. The multiple-chance theory of education. Seven valuable learning activities. Thinking about a subject analytically: five questions

SIDE 7 - MEMORIZING THE MATERIAL The role of memory in the Information Age. Four logical stages of learning, plus one. Short-term vs. long-term memory. Connections, associations and remembering new material. A memory exercise. The four R's of memory: review, registration, retention, recall. The four steps of an ideal learning pattern.

SIDE 8 - SHARPENING YOUR MEMORY SKILLS Concentration: the most important single quality for success. An exercise in concentration, and two affirmations. Ways to develop a super memory through the use of heightened concentration. Taking a mental snapshot. How to remember something you've forgotten. Seventeen memory techniques and principles.

SIDE 9 - POWER READING AND POWER WRITING Staying ahead of the curve by turning speed reading into power reading. Increasing your reading speed in the next 20 minutes. Three ways high-speed training succeeds. Power reading: an eight-step process. Power writing as a vital skill. Seven rules for more effective writing.

SIDE 10 - POWER COMMUNICATING The advantages of being a good communicator. Ethos, pathos and logos: the three basic parts of any conversation. Balanced dialogue and the 70/30 rule. Synchronizing your words, tone of voice and body language. Four key listening skills. How to activate the Friendship Factor.

SIDE 11 - SHOWING WHAT YOU KNOW/ REFLECTING Joining the top 1%. Education as a life-long process. Learning's final stages: demonstration and reflection. Three ways to show what you know. Practice, practice, practice. Mentors, learning partners and role playing. Three tips for taking advice. Reflecting on your learning: two questions.

SIDE 12 - ACCELERATED LEARNING IN ACTION Accelerated learning as a powerful time-saving technique. Identifying the critical success factors in your field. The seven success characteristics and principles: purpose, - responsibility, commitment to excellence, dedication, cooperation, creativity and persistence. Why there are no limits to what you can accomplish.