Helping students become more productive, globally.

  • How to Harness Your Chronotype for Optimal Learning Success

    How to Harness Your Chronotype for Optimal Learning Success

    The article explores how you can use chronotypes to improve productivity. Understanding one’s natural sleep-wake patterns (morning, evening, or intermediate types) and aligning tasks accordingly can optimize energy levels, cognitive functioning, and overall performance. This personalized time management can enhance student productivity and academic achievements.

  • How to Overcome Procrastination: a science-backed approach

    How to Overcome Procrastination: a science-backed approach

    This article presents a research-supported approach to overcoming procrastination, employing concepts from learning psychology to fix the root of the problem.

  • Delayed Note-taking: Learn Better, and Retain More.

    Delayed Note-taking: Learn Better, and Retain More.

    Discover the benefits of delayed note-taking, a technique that enhances cognitive load tolerance, improves encoding quality, and transforms your learning experience by encouraging active engagement with the material.

  • 3 EASY Habits for a better life.

    3 EASY Habits for a better life.

    Habit building is a great way to see incremental, meaningful improvements in your life. This article covers three easy habits that you can use to get started with habit building, and see their benefits compound over time.

  • Sleep, or Study?

    Sleep, or Study?

    Should you study more, or sleep more? For many, their answer is “study”, but sleeping is a much more valuable and productive use of your time than studying – it is more efficient.

  • How to “Flexibly” Time Block.

    How to “Flexibly” Time Block.

    This article will teach you how to time block effectively, with flexibility as a priority. For students, learning how to time block will improve productivity massively. Time blocking is ideal for many fields, including academia.

  • Learn Deeper, Learn Better.

    Learn Deeper, Learn Better.

    Feel like you use your time well, but don’t seem to memorize the material as fast as you may like? This article outlines how one can achieve ‘deep learning’ and memorize complex concepts easily.

  • The “two list” method – for students.

    The “two list” method – for students.

    In this post, we delve into the ‘two-list’ system, started by Warren Buffett himself. However, we cover how this method can be applied from a student’s perspective, as it may not seem ideal at first glance.

  • How to Focus – for students

    How to Focus – for students

    Focus is an important skill, especially in academia, but most students are lacking in this regard. In this article, we teach the different tips and tweaks that you can implement to improve focus, especially for students.

  • How to make Mind Maps.

    How to make Mind Maps.

    Mind maps are a great option for studying. It has been shown to improve retention, and is a faster alternative to linear notes. In this post, we break down how you can make a mind map of your own, and learn the benefits of mind mapping.