Do you struggle with your schooling? I'd like to help, and I'm pretty sure that I can.
For starters, I can help you learn how to learn. For most of us, this is our biggest deficiency: we haven't learned how to learn. As a result we've all gotten into the habit of gorging ourselves with information and then regurgitating it, yet without it ever really becoming a part of us. "What is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge," T.S. Eliot wrote in his 'Choruses from the Rock,' "What is the knowledge we have lost in information?" Indeed! But it doesn't have to be this way, does it?
So we need to learn how to learn. You, perhaps, need to learn how to learn. But you can't do that in a vacuum. You can't "learn how to learn" separately from the study of some subject in the same way that you can't learn how to swim without getting in the water. So let's plunge on into whatever it is you're struggling with, and see if I can't help you learn it. As a trained instructor in Latin, grammar, logic, mathematics, and history with over three years of formal teaching experience, I have yet to find a student whom I am unable to help.
"But I need help with Bio 102/Marketing Management/Underwater Basket-weaving." Well, chances are that I can help with that, too, as well as with any number of other subjects. Why? Because I, too, am a student. A constant student. An autodidact, as it were, who is gifted with the ability to learn that which he must teach. It has been well said that people learn by teaching. While this is wonderfully true, there are some of us who teach by learning.
This might sounds absurd, but if I'm wrong I offer you a money-back guarantee. No, I'm not superman -- not even close. But I do think I can help you.
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