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Most of us wish we had an extra hour or two in the day to get our work done.
While wishing for more time is a futile endeavor, making better use of the time we do have will have the same result.
Enter Jonathan Levi, an entrepreneur turned venture capitalist who sold his first startup in 2011.
After acquiring “super learning” skills, including speed reading and advanced memorization while studying in Isreal, Levi realized his newly-found skill set could help most people.
His first Udemy course, the now retired “Become A SuperLearner” was taken by over 60,000 students. This new course “Become a SpeedDemon” focuses on improving your general productivity. The course starts with general principles and theories before focusing on how to speed up specific time-consuming tasks, including health, fitness, finances, and computer work.
Over 14,000 students have taken Levi’s new course, and it currently has a 4.5/5 rating after being rated by over 800 of them. The most appealing aspect of this course — besides the prospect of improving your productivity — is that it’s only two and a half hours long.
Becoming more productive will take longer than that, but having a course help you build better habits and curb bad ones is a great place to start. This course normally costs $95, but thanks to Udemy’s sale you can improve your productivity for only $15.
We might not be able to get more time in a day, but making the most out of the time we do have is the next best thing.
Become a SpeedDemon: Productivity Tricks to Have More Time, $15 (originally $95), available at Udemy [84% off with the code: SKILLUP15]
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