Are you a student who sometimes asks, "Why am I learning this topic?" Or, "When am I going to use this in the real-world?" If you've asked these questions, then you're probably bored with those subjects. I will show you how to master a topic and as a result, become passionate about that subject.
For more than 30 years, I've tutored and taught a wide-range of subjects. I've taught students: writing skills; computer applications; business classes; trumpet playing and even martial arts.
I learned early in life that the best way to master a subject is to "learn how to learn". Therefore, as your instructor I will give you a systematic way to approach your subjects.
Over the past thirty years, I've been able to change careers multiple times in order to capture opportunities. I received my degree in Economics from UCLA. Most people get locked into a profession because of their college major. I've managed to successfully transition into a wide range of professions such as IT project management, stock trading, paralegal work are a few examples.
In this economy, possessing the ability to learn new subjects and skills is important for career survival. Knowing how to research and learn new skills will save you time and money.
As your instructor, I will promise you this:
Learning is one of the greatest joys in life. All of us have the capacity to enjoy learning. I will help you find that "joy". Mastering a subject takes dedication and passion. But, it can also be quite fun. I will always strive to make learning fun. Lastly, I will never force you to learn through "rote" memorization. This is painful and tedious. I will show you how "subject immersion" is superior to learning through sheer repetition.
Credentials: UCLA, B.A. Economics -- UCLA Alumni Scholar; UCI, Paralegal Certificate 4.0 GPA and Certified Shaolin Kung Fu and Tai Chi Chuan Instructor -- Certified by Grandmaster Ark Yuey Wong in 1977. Second certification given by Grandmaster Ralph Moi Shun in 1989. Studied trumpet from the late studio musician and master instructor, Claude Gordon.
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