By Jim Sarris 由Jim sarris

If you were thinking you could learn anything fast in just one step (maybe two), you’re in for a surprise.如果你的思想你可以學到什麼快速,在短短一個步驟(也許是兩) ,您在一個驚喜。 You see, there are 3 steps you need in order to learn anything fast (and easy, too!).你看,有3個步驟您需要,以了解什麼快速的(和容易,太! ) 。 The problem is, people (young and old), want to skip one of the steps and get right to the success part.問題是,人(年輕人和老年人) ,要跳過的步驟之一,並獲得權利,成功的一部分。

Well, these are the people that end up frustrated, discouraged, and unable to understand why they can’t seem to learn like other people.那麼,這些都是人,最終沮喪,氣餒,和無法理解為什麼他們似乎無法了解像其他人。 I’m here to tell you that it all comes down to these three points.我在這裡告訴你,這一切可以歸結為這三點。

Step 1 - organize what it is you need to learn. 第1步 -組織是什麼,您需要了解。 If you’re studying, organize the topics and the material so that you understand the “whole story.” Not just isolated facts.如果您學習,組織專題和材料,讓您了解“整個故事”並不只是孤立的事實。 That goes for a history test, a driver’s test, a pilot’s license test, you name it.即便歷史的考驗,司機的試驗,試驗的許可測試,您的名字。 When you have things organized, then you can see how different parts relate to each other and you develop an understanding.當你的東西,有組織,那麼你就可以看到如何的不同部分涉及到對方和你發展的認識。

Step 2 - use memory skills to remember the details. 第2步 -使用記憶體的技能,記得細節。 Once you organize things, you need to remember the lengthy sections.一旦你組織的事情,您需要記住冗長的部分。 For example, if you’re studying to be a massage therapist, you need to learn about body systems and sensory receptors.舉例來說,如果您學習是一個按摩治療師,您需要了解身體系統和感官受體。 Now, there are a lot of sub-groups within these main topics and the best way to remember these sub-groups is with memory strategies.現在,有很多小組在這些主要議題和最好的方法記住這些小組是與記憶策略。

Now, keep in mind, I didn’t say memory strategies replace understanding the material.現在,請記住,我並沒有說記憶策略取代認識的材料。 I said, once you understand, then it’s time to commit it to memory.我說,一旦你了解,那麼現在正是時候承諾它的記憶。 It does you no good to be a “know-it-all” the night before the test and then “go blank” the next day.是否你沒有好處,是一個“知道這一切”的前一天晚上測試,然後再“走出去空白”的第二天。 This is where memory skills save your behind.這是記憶的技巧儲存您的背後。

Step 3 - you have to develop a winning mindset. 第3步 -你必須制定一個贏得的心態。 You have to believe you can learn, believe you can remember the information, and believe you can show it when necessary.你必須相信你可以學習,相信您能記住的信息,並相信你可以查看它在必要時。 Success only goes to the people who believe it’s possible.成功的,只有去的人,相信它的可能。

Sound simple?健全的簡單?

Success takes a combination of effort and strategies.成功需要相結合的努力和戰略。 These three steps represent a strategy.這三個步驟,代表了一種戰略。 You need to give the effort.你需要給的努力。 Start today and find the success you have been looking for.從今天開始,並找到成功的,你一直在尋找。

If you do, you will be unbeatable.如果你這樣做,你將無可匹敵。 You will learn in half the time with half the effort.您將學習在時間的一半一半的努力。 And, you’ll remember more the next day, the next week and the next year.和,您會記得更多的第二天,下週和下一年。 That’s這是

Ok, what are you going to do now?確定,是什麼,現在要走向何方?

Jim Sarris is a veteran math/Spanish/ESL teacher of 15 years and the author of two best-selling books that help students and adults improve their memory: Memory Skills Made Easy and Comic Mnemonics for Spanish Verbs.吉姆sarris是一位資深的數學/西班牙語/英語教師, 15年和作者兩個最暢銷的書籍,幫助學生和成年人改善其記憶體:記憶體技能,取得容易,及漫畫助記符為西班牙語動詞。 Pick up your free copy of “Why You Can’t Remember What You Study” at his web site拿起您的免費副本, “為什麼你可以不記得你的研究”在其網站 。