Case Studies: Help Me Write My Next Book

I’m working on a major expansion to Learn More, Study Less and I need your help.

I’m looking for learners who can be case studies for the upcoming expansion. Specifically, I’m looking for people who have read either:

Second, I’m looking for people who received tangible results from the ideas. Saying you liked the book or learn “better” won’t work for a case study. The improvements don’t need to be dramatic, just something specific. Examples:

  • “I increased my GPA from a B to an A”
  • “I’ve been able to study 30 minutes less each day.”
  • “I got an A+ on a recent exam.”
  • “I was able to teach myself Python/Cantonese/quantum physics because of the ideas.”
  • “I reorganized my study habits to give me enough time to take up a new hobby.”

Finally, I’m looking for people who can be ultra-specific in how the book/ideas helped them succeed. These are case studies, not testimonials, so I’m looking at walking through exactly which ideas worked, how you implemented them, etc.

Of course, you have to also be willing for me to interview you either via Skype or email and to be okay with me publishing the case study in the next edition.

If you’ve read the book, gotten results and can explain in specifics, please send me an email. If you aren’t sure whether your case will fit, send me an email anyways, as I’d rather have too many examples to choose from than too few.

  • David Head

    What is Python and how do I learn it?

  • Thomas
  • Wesley

    Dear Scott,

    I admire your “gumption” and willingness to take on new challenges. Are you originally from the U.S.? Also, I think taking advantage of the best life one can possibly have is great! However, when you do finally die…do you know where you will go? I was wondering what it is that you believe.

    I believe that even after this life, which can be pretty great, there will be something that comes next that will be either absolutely terrifying and painful or glorious and joyful beyond imagination or human abillity to contain. As many others would agree, I would rather have the one with joy. I would like to give you the hope that you can experience that joy after death by having your sins (anything you do to displease or dishonor God) forgiven by God. The sacrifice for your sins has been paid by the blood of Jesus Christ; the Son of God. The door to heaven is flung wide open for you.

    All that you have to do Scott, is choose which one you would rather have and choose life! I believe that God has an AMAZING future for you. If this life is something you want…let Him know…ask forgiveness of the things you have done and believe in Christ’s death and resurrection from the grave. It is that simple. Your life will never be the same. Thank you for taking the time to read this. May God bless you in your pursuit of self fulfillment and happiness. Please add me on Facebook if you would like to talk.

  • Scott Young


    Nope 100% Canadian. I don’t focus too much on the afterlife, since I see this life as being the focus of importance right now.


  • Richard | RichardShelmerdine.c

    I’d love to help you but I’m not in University any more. Nice reply to above by the way.