Learning fast and retaining new information is crucial now. Our “new normal” is uncertainty and fast adaption to change. Our clever brains are easily bored and distracted. Learn to use short, concentrated learning sessions which start with understanding the big picture first. Then let the details illustrate the key points.
Focus on how the information interacts with what you already know. Generate questions and answers to embed your new learning. Your long-term memory has an infinite capacity and is a wonderful resource. Learn how to work with it as a reminder and re-creation process.
• Read Faster and Mind Map your Notes
• Keep facts, dates, numbers, and details at your fingertips
• See mistakes as opportunities to boost creativity & problem solving
• Manage spaced repetition to consolidate your learning
• Adapt the Mind Map technique to boost your productivity
• Take a more effective approach to multitasking
• Use 9 ways to Reduce Forgetting
• Listen with your Brain in Mind
• Shift Your Focus from Being Good to Getting Better
Who Will Benefit:
This workshop is recommended for managers and professionals with a heavy workload and a busy life. It is particularly useful for people who are about to add a course of study to their workload. Or for those who have found that their memory is not as dependable as it used to be. It will help you learn quickly and work more effectively with your fantastic memory.
Without Faster Learning techniques:
With Faster Learning techniques:
I am taking you true to your word that you wanted to know how my exam went. I used the mind mapping technique for all of my chapters, and found it to be very efficient and helpful. The results of my exam seem to indicate it is effective as well – I got 85%. Thanks again for sharing your knowledge and expertise with us.
– Jamie Seaker, CPA, Regina
Very useful techniques, enough breadth and depth.
Practical application to everyday activities.
Easy tips and techniques to improve memory skills.
Different perspective on issue of learning, lots of good examples.
The instructor was exceptional.
– Evaluations from participants in Memory Techniques at CPA Ontario