by Jordan Peterson – 5 minues long
Blaming others for your problems is a complete waste of time. When you do that, you don’t learn anything.
Published: Jan 29, 2018 by Prager University ◇ prageru.com➚
8 Toxic Habits To Give Up If You Want To Be Confident And Successful ◇ ~850 words ◇ How to ditch the habits that are dragging down your success and self-esteem so that you can fly higher.
Elle Kaplan ※ CNBC contributor ※ cnbc.com ※ September 18, 2017
by Tom Shillue – 4½ minutes long
Have you ever envied someone else’s success? Do you sometimes wish you had another person’s life? Well, comedian Tom Shillue explains why comparing yourself to other people will put you on the fast track to an unhappy life.
Published: Feb 13, 2017 by Prager University (prageru.com)➚
So you think you can’t draw. This is fun to watch even if you don’t try to draw the characters. After showing the audience how to draw, he spoke about giving this seminar to a group he thought would have real physical trouble drawing, but, “They just got on with it.” – Steve
[YouTube] TEDx, 1-Apr-2015, 15:03 video
Why is it that so many people think they can’t draw? Where did we learn to believe that? Graham Shaw will shatter this illusion – quite literally – in a very practical way. He’ll demonstrate how the simple act of drawing has the power to make a positive difference in the world.
I found this excellent lecture while looking for ways to improve my memory. This speech is geared toward helping college students learn, remember and study class and book material, but it is also very useful for studying things on your own.
It is about one-hour long, divided into four parts. I’ve listed the 24 points in a bulleted list, underlining and emboldening the most important steps that can quickly and with little effort improve your recall results. I highly recommend these videos.
In this award winning lecture, Dr. Rob Winningham, Professor and Chair of Psychology at Western Oregon University describes 24 ways students can improve their memory and academic performance. Techniques such as improving attention, spaced rehearsal, distributed practice, use of flashcards, and optimal note taking strategies are discussed. If the suggestions are properly used a C-student can become an A-student.