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Posted by Scott on October 2, 2016

Am I Unfocused?

Am I Unfocused? My move is drawing nearer now so I can’t promise that my posting schedule will be perfectly routine, but I will try my best. I just wanted to warn you of that before I got into this article.  I’ve been reading a book called Zero to One by Peter Thiel, a wealthy venture

Posted by Scott on October 1, 2016

An Expert Study Routine

An Experts Study Routine I mentioned in the article yesterday that I was going to spend today looking over my notes and devising a complete revision technique. While I don’t necessarily think that have a completely structured technique to follow is the best idea, I do think it would be a good idea until I

Posted by Scott on September 30, 2016

Words From a Chess Prodigy

Words of a Chess Prodigy I’ve long been an admirer of Josh Waitzkin, the world famous chess prodigy, and martial artist. Any time you look into advanced learning techniques, you will see his name cropping up time and again. What makes Josh so different to others that teach learning techniques is his intuitive grasp of

Posted by Scott on September 28, 2016

First Day Back

First Day Back Today was my first day back at university. Well, it should have been. I arrived at the bus stop ten minutes before my bus arrived and ended up waiting for about forty-five minutes before I saw it coming around the corner. The traffic was horrendous. Of course, by this point, it was

Posted by Scott on September 27, 2016

Cumulative Advantage

I have always held the belief that I can achieve anything that I set my mind to. I am more than capable of taking on any challenge that presents itself, and I am confident that I will come out the other side in a vastly superior position to that I faced it in. Why am