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- Realize your potential to be AWESOME.
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Thank you for the email. I just downloaded the E-book. May I share it with my postsecondary class in August? I think it would help to get them reacclimated to studying. Most will have been out of school for some time.
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Thank you smart student secrets…I have an upcoming test of Biology and
I’m gonna try this method for that
Just finished reading it and after imagining the feeling that I would get after getting the results I really deserve my face changed, I started smiling with my eyes closed.
I appreciate the information, and promise to both you and myself to change my current grade, to not settle for less, to become a high achiever.
>From the bottom of my heart thank you,
(5th year pharmaceutical student)
Unlock Your True Potential
Have you ever felt like you could be more?
I’m going to go out on a limb and say “You’re right.”
I know this because you’re here. Because you’re reading this. (I’ve seen the analytics. Most people that show up on this site don’t have it in them to read this. Honestly, this stuff isn’t always easy to understand. They’d much rather get back to their memes that require zero IQ.)
You’re capable of great things.
Hi. I’m Aaron. I graduated college early taking a double course load while working 30 hour weeks. – And I didn’t do it because I’m particularly smart. – I barely survived some years in high school.
I learned strategies that took my academic game up to the next level.
And those are the strategies I’d like to teach you…