Hi!

I’m Red-beard The Pirate and I’ve helped thousands of students get killer grades with my book (and I’m even talking about the procrastinators too.)

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Problems can be opportunities.

I don’t know what problems you’re facing right now.

(But, I am right about you facing a problem right now, right? That’s just life. Problems will always be there. My philosophy revolves around trying to improve the quality of those problems.)

I can remember the disappointment in my mother’s face when she talked to me about my high school report card.

I could justify my grades to myself –

I could really convince myself –

“Grades don’t matter”

“I’m never going to use any of this”

“I could do better if I want to”

But… the face of my mother wasn’t as easy to defend against…


For me, it was an opportunity to see exactly what I was really made of. In some way, I still think grades are mostly symbolic. But it’s a symbol that opens doors for your future. And I think it’s a huge disappointment when someone wastes a great opportunity.

– Aaron

P.S Thanks to everyone sharing the site over the last week. I’ve had no internet connection for a while (and, yes, there were withdrawal symptoms,) so I haven’t had a chance to catch up on my emails yet.

The best opportunities look like problems

Have you ever sabotaged your success doing this silly little thing?

Ever procrastinate?

You only procrastinate the stuff that sucks. You don’t say, “Ahhh… I’ll read that text from my crush later.” Nope. Now… Any pause is intentional and coordinated to respond better.

Here is the problem with academics:

You probably think most academic stuff sucks – at least a little. (Especially compared to other things you could be doing.)

And the thing is:

FORCING YOURSELF TO STUDY JUST MAKES IT WORSE!

You’re slowly hardening your association of school and being miserable.

You need to create positive associations with academics. You want your brain to be getting hyped  up and positive when you’re thinking about studying and giving into this internal oligarchical instinct to force yourself to studying – ain’t helpin’.

Chill the internal dictator for a moment…

A big secret: You need to STOP forcing yourself to study so much.

But, if you’re not forcing yourself then how are you going to see those killer straight-a’s that you’re always dreaming about?

WAKE UP!

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It only costs $4.99 (and if these strategies don’t work like magic like it has for thousands of other students then you can get a full refund.)

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One thought on “The best opportunities look like problems

  • June 14, 2021 at 5:02 am
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    I could not refrain from commenting. Very well written!

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