Scott H Young

Welcome ZenHabits Readers!


If you just came in from reading my article on learning at ZenHabits, welcome to the website!

First, check out my free ebook on holistic learning. It is a deeper look at the ideas I explored in the article.

I’m a university student and this blog is my journey to answer the question: what is the ideal way to live? I don’t have all the answers, but with nearly 800 articles on productivity, life philosophy, learning and success, there is a place to start.

If you’re new here, these are some articles worth starting on:

You can also check out my free ebook, How to Get More From Life, which is an overview of all the ideas on the website.

Don’t forget to sign up for the program list for when my rapid learning program reopens. Last time we sold out in just over half an hour, so if you aren’t on the list, you probably won’t get a spot.

You can subscribe to this blog to get the newest articles (usually twice per week) as soon as they go online.

For the current readers, you can check out my ZenHabits article here: How I Was Able to Ace Finals Without Studying.


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4 Responses to “Welcome ZenHabits Readers!”

  1. Jody Fransch says:

    Hi Scott

    I’m extremely pleased with myself for finding your site. Yes, it was through Zen Habits. I really appreciated your post on learning as I’m a big proponent of lifelong learning and personal development.

    I guess I have my work cut out for me as I sift through your 800+ posts! But more than that your site has a huge resource of great reading material which I’m sure I’ll learn a lot from.

    Keep up the good work!

  2. I just read your article on Zen Habits, and really enjoyed it! I am glad that one of my favorite blogs has opened me up to your website. My children are very young but I am excited to keep your insight in mind on my journey to helping them learn in the best way possible for them. Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. Guest says:

    Do you make these abstract connections the first time around?

    Do you take notes this way or at any at all?

    Thank you.

  4. Jasileet says:

    Interesting read. It’s made me realize how we’ve been doing this all along without being aware of it, following subjects that are more interesting and relevant- making connections. Would love to apply a more “holistic” approach to my learning topics I have struggled with in the past.

Debate is fine, flaming is not. Pretend that this comment form is a discussion taking place in my house. That means I enjoy constructive criticism and polite suggestions. Personal attacks, insults and all-purpose nastiness will be removed especially if it is directed at other readers.

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