Learn Faster, Achieve More

Everybody wants something different. That’s part of the challenge in writing. I certainly don’t try to please everyone, but even within my own desire to share new ideas, I find myself being pulled in different directions.

Some readers visit here just for the food for thought from a learning-hacking, online-business-owning twentysomething. Other people actually want to know how I (and people like me) do it.

With that said, I’m starting an email newsletter, Learn Faster, Achieve More.

Why Join the Newsletter?

The goal of the newsletter is to provide more detailed, highly practical advice. About twice per month I’ll be sending out emails with ways you can learn faster and be more productive. Content I won’t be publishing on the blog.

I’ll also be using the newsletter to share more info about the courses I run and books I’m writing.

I’ll keep writing for the blog, and I hope to use it to propose interesting discussions and answer the bigger questions of “Why?” as opposed to “How?”

Learn Faster, Achieve More

The newsletter is completely free, I’ll never share your email address and unsubscribing is easy. (I hate spam too)

You can click here if you’d like to join, I’m giving a free rapid learning ebook to anyone who signs up. The first emails will go out Thursday.


  • http://tomsuniversity.com Tom Huntington

    Sounds great. I’m interested. I’ll sign up.

    Here’s a link to some learning research that I think you’d be VERY interested in, if you are not aware of it.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/09/100922171604.htm

    I’m doing a self-experiment on this research for my own learning skills improvement. If you have any questions about why I think it’s so significant (even in ways I don’t think the researchers “get”), I’d be happy to share with you. Hope you’ll check out my blog Tom’s University. And the name of my company is Learning Goals Institute. The name of my company is based on the 30-plus years learning motivation research of Carol S. Dweck, which is best summarized (in my strong opinion) by her 1999 book SELF-THEORIES: Their Role in Motivation, Personality, and Development.

    Wish you the best and look forward to your newsletter,

    Tom Huntington

  • http://yourlifeamp.com Jason Dudley

    Scott my man you are a machine, I don’t know how you have the time for all of these endeavors. Clearly your productivity hacking is paying off :P

  • http://www.howtospeak-japanese.com How to Speak Japanese

    Thanks for providing us with more of your writing.
    Just subscribed for the NL – looking forward to the mails.

  • Gouda

    This would be great. I look forward for good learning tips from you.