Smart Students get good grades AND make it easy.
I’m going to tell you a personal story (that’s probably a little offensive, but I think it’s important.) But first…
Learning is a habit (It’s as easy as brushing your teeth.) when you have the right tools.
When you don’t have the right tools, it’s not. And I know this from experience…
I wasn’t a high scoring student early in high school. I scored just about as low as a student could score while still showing up to class. (I imagine the teachers would have just felt bad failing a student that shows up to class everyday. Even if I probably deserved it.)
At the time, school was hell for me.
I hated it.
I know there are two types of students reading that line right now…
- The students that are thinking… “oh… he’s just exaggerating. School isn’t that bad.”
- The students that get how dead serious I am.
The details aren’t important but, to put it mildly, I wasn’t one of the cool kids. And I definitely felt the consequences of it.
And, based on my scores, the teachers pretty much all thought I was stupid too.
Not cool + Not smart…
Ewww… Things didn’t look good for me at the time.
I wanted to score high. Deep inside, I knew how important it was to get good grades. At the very least, I knew people were judging me for the scores I was getting and those judgments are going to help define my future.
Colleges look at grades. Family looks at grades. Employers even look at grades.
And when I looked at my grades…
I saw a loser.
That might be the worst part.
I could look at my own grades and know… I wasn’t living up to my potential.
Have you ever felt that way?
I understand… There are truly good students out there. They keep perfectly organized folders and notebooks. They focus through every boring lecture. They study for hours a night without any stress. And then they take the test like everything is second nature.
I wasn’t one of those students. I’m still not one of them.
I didn’t have to become one of those students but still…
I was able to score near the top of my college class taking a double course load (while working as a dishwasher in a seafood restaurant for 30 hours a week.) In the process, I learned to actually enjoy school.
Didn’t expect that, did you?
I know my teachers in high school would have never seen that coming.
It actually wasn’t as dramatic as I made it sound.
It took me years. In Sophomore year, I started the transformation. At that point, I started reading just about every “self-help,” learning, and psychology book I could get my hands on. It took me years but by the time I hit college, and only 100+ books later (most of them weren’t worth my time but I just dug through them hoping for that 1 secret to change everything), I’d figured it out.
The thing is: a lot of the most powerful strategies I learned, were inspired by, but didn’t actually come from the books I was reading.
The books for students were filled with cliches that seemed to just encourage this philosophy of:
Sacrifice your life -> Get good grades
But screw that! I wasn’t willing to do it. And I didn’t have to.
The most powerful strategies I learned showed me how to get a high score while enjoying the process. And, too this day, almost no one discusses these kinds of strategies. As far as I can tell, I’m the only one.
And that message has led to my site being featured all over the web:
And it’s led to students saying some crazy nice things about my work:
101 Strategies To Improve Your Grades Without Studying More is my most popular ebook. This is a monster of an ebook because it’s packed with all the information a student needs to completely dominate in school. It includes stuff like:
- How to catch up in any classes you have fallen behind in FAST – And making sure you don’t fall behind again
- Use a commonly ignored class essential to save hours of your time every week
- What every student should know but doesn’t – that costs them big points
- What you should already be doing – but if you’re not… you’re losing out
- Super-powered test taking strategies (that don’t involve cramming or even picking up a textbook)
- How to remember everything you need for the test despite not studying
- The exclusive strategies I used to write A+ essays consistently (despite my mediocre grammar)
- How to set unbelievable goals you’ll actually achieve
- How to improve your grades WHILE improving your life
- A sure-fire method for an embarrassing failure… Don’t make this common mistake.
- How shutting your brain down can help you take tests better
- Daydream responsibly – and not miss everything important the teacher says
- Do the work in half the time and feel amazing doing it
- Doubt is killing your grades – this can stop it
- Even if you fail your finals – you can still do killer in the class
- Five minutes of this can improve your grade dramatically
- Follow your passions – and use them to score higher
- Getting an A easier than putting your pants on
- Here is an easy way to learn before losing points on the assignment…
- How to make it impossible to forget stuff
- If you act like you’re a failure… don’t be surprised when people treat you that way – I teach you what to do instead.
- If you don’t already do this – you’re sacrificing 5 points on every assignment
- How to keep a schedule and not act like a crazy person
- Learn it without studying it
- If you don’t answer test questions with 100% confidence then read this…
- It’s stupid to remember pointless things. That’s why you learn this…
- Make filler work fun – And score higher because of it
- Repetition is the idiot’s way to boring miserable success – this can get you the good kind of success
- The automatic approach to learning
- How to not be distracted by shiny things and actually focus when you need to
- Seriously relax your way to greater successes
- The non-OCD approach to academic organization
- The scientific approach to straight-A’s
- These are the academic loopholes they don’t want you to know about
- This is how you completely ruin your hope of learning better next time
- What is probably the most fun way you can improve your writing
- Find the assignments that look unimportant – but actually are super important
- You can learn things that aren’t true but still improve your grades anyway
- Why you shouldn’t ask so many questions in class – don’t listen to the common advice
- You can know what’s important to know now – and score higher knowing less because of it
- You don’t have to be completely worn out to do a good job – do this instead
- Develop understanding and forget about memorization
- How to learn what you’ll “never use” in life
- You’re smart enough to do extraordinary things (but know this or you’ll get cocky about it)
I get messages about it like this one:
“(101 Strategies To Improve Your Grades Without Studying More) helped me stay more focused with my progress and helped me do tremendously well without drowning myself in a text book everyday. I’m so grateful I found this book because I’m someone who literally hates studying for more than 1 hour unless it’s something I’m really into.”
Want to read my wall of testimonials? Read the wall (will open in a new tab)
There is a world of possibilities. Don’t miss out.
In fact, I want to make this easy for you.
I’m just a guy on the internet. There is no reason for you to take my word for any of this but you’ve given me this much of a chance, and you’ve read this far, so please let me give you the final nudge.
I want to help you improve your grade – but I’m not magic.
100% Money-Back Grade Improvement Guarantee
I can’t guarantee your grades but I can guarantee this ebook will improve them.
If you purchase 101 Strategies To Improve Your Grades Without Studying More and you’re not ecstatic about the grades you’re getting within 90 days then I will give you 100% of your money-back. No questions asked. No special secret handshakes. No trouble.
How serious am I?
You can literally buy this book, bring your grades up to 99 out of 100, wait until the 89th day, send me an email saying, “I didn’t get 100%. Give me my money back, schlub!” And I will send the refund.
I couldn’t make this offer (it costs me money) if I wasn’t confident of two things:
- The few people that try to screw me over are going to be vastly outnumbered by the good people like you that just want a fair deal.
- You’re going to see your grades and life improve enough to pleasantly surprise yourself. You’ll be thankful and super happy with this deal.
I mean, what are good grades worth anyway?
It’s complicated. What’s a top-notch college worth compared to a subpar college?
What’s a high-paying job worth compared to a run of the mill one?
What’s hours less studying, more time on the things and people you care about, and enjoying school more worth?
To me, it’s hardly even worth asking the questions.
In life, there are those that procrastinate, and there are those that just do it. It’s at times like this, you get to decide. And if you read this far, I can tell, we’re similar people – and I know you’re going to do what’s right for you.
Better grades means better opportunities – and a better life.
There is nothing to lose.
Get your book here:
P.S. We’re not going to be leaving this up for very long. We regularly change our offerings and I can’t guarantee this book or this offer will be available forever. There are two times you can do something, this book is no exception: now or never.