Watch/read one lesson of the course
Watching or reading one lesson of a course is a good way to make progress on your learning goals. Here are a few tips for making the most of your lesson:
- Set aside dedicated time for the lesson: It's important to carve out specific time in your day to focus on the lesson. Choose a time when you know you will be able to concentrate and minimize distractions.
- Find a comfortable and quiet place to learn: Make sure you have a comfortable and quiet place to watch or read the lesson. This could be a cozy chair or a quiet corner of a library.
- Take notes: Taking notes while watching or reading the lesson can help you better understand and remember the material. You can use a notebook, a computer, or a mobile app to take notes.
- Review your notes after the lesson: After you've finished the lesson, review your notes to reinforce your understanding of the material. This can also help you identify any areas that you need to review further.
By following these tips and making a consistent effort to learn, you can make progress on your course and achieve your learning goals.
About the Program
This is not yet another online course. There will be no long boring videos, no huge articles, no tedious homeworks... This is not about just learning new things, this is about achieving your goals and releasing your dreams. You'll be onboarded into the innovative goal-oriented planner app loaded with sets of small easy-to-follow steps, that will lead you to result.
Have a clear path
This course is designed for you to have a clear vision of what you have to do today to enjoy the results tomorrow.
Manage your life with skill
Learning is effective only if deeply integrated in your everyday life and correlates with your long term goals. Track your learning progress and sync it with your personal outcomes to find your perfect way to success.
Make small valuable steps
We believe in the power of small steps. This course is built to fit overloaded schedule of busy and successful people. Every step requires less than 1 hour of your time per day.