How to Study Effectively Using the Feynman Technique

This technique was named after Richard Feynman: a Nobel Prize winning physicist. In his biography on Richard Feynman, James Gleick said that Richard would create a journal for the things he did not know. His discipline in challenging his own understanding made him a genius and a brilliant scientist. Now that you know his secret, I’m excited for you to step into your own greatness.

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Why is the School System Failing? The Future of Education.

College enrollment is expected to rise from approximately 20 million students in 2016 to over 23 million by 2025. The average student loan debt in America is currently over $30 000 per student. However, shockingly, a recent study found that in the first 2 years of college, 45% of students showed no gains in critical thinking. If this is true, this begs the question: are schools failing us?

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How to Become More Disciplined

Meet Lucas,

He's a young man about to enter college. He’s had a difficult life growing up with his only parent (his mother) and his younger sister. Due to his difficulties in facing his adversities he’s lived a fairly unhealthy life and constantly indulges in partying, drinking, and smoking. One day, his mother got quite sick and was rushed to the emergency. The most important person in his life, his rock through all the difficult times was on the verge of death. She put up a good fight but unfortunately passed and Lucas became the man of the house. Not only did he have to take care of himself but his sister as well. 

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