Course Description

Triple your research and creativity with half the biases and mistakes. Immediately after learning, reflect effectively about the new information. Transform data into wisdom. Apply critical thinking in a way not taught in any school.

People spend many years of their lives working on PhD, learning new methodologies, and most importantly learning how to learn. Some are more successful than others. You do not really have to acquire a PhD to use proper methodology.

This course is about the research wisdom and addresses the tasks any PhD student does. Understanding the theory and methodology, using simulations and emulations, acquiring professional intuition...

Only many PhD students quit and very few are lucky. You can make your own luck, reduce the number of failures, and actually learn from the failures that happen. Then, you can boost your imagination and creativity. There is no limit to what you can achieve if you learn properly.

Senior Instructor

Lev Goldentouch

Dr. Lev Goldentouch, Lifehacker and technology guru.Dr Lev Gold finished PhD in machine learning and information theory when he was 27 years old. Understanding of similarity of machine learning and human super-learning allowed Lev to learn immense amounts of knowledge in many technological and cognitive subjects. Immediately afterwards Lev opened a consulting company, which offers its services to highly skilled individuals, agile startups and technological giants like Samsung. The super-learning tools developed by Lev allow ordinary people to learn x10 speed of their colleagues, and enable machines to solve extremely complex problems. Lev is an active lifehacker, constantly looking for new and better ways to do things, and willing to share his unique knowledge and experience with others.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    SECTION 1 - From Comprehension To Analysis

    • SECTION 1 LESSON 1 - Why Do You Need This Course

    • SECTION 1 LESSON 2 - I Remember Now What

    • SECTION 1 LESSON 3 - Blooms Taxonomy

    • SECTION 1 LESSON 4 - Multiple Facets Of Understanding

    • SECTION 1 LESSON 5 - Critical Thinking

    • SECTION 1 LESSON 6 - Converging Creativity

    • SECTION 1 LESSON 7 - Scientific Vocabulary

  • 2

    SECTION 2 - Declarative Vs Procedural

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 1 - The How To Questions

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 2 - Memory Markers

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 3 - How To Remember Formulas

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 4 - How To Remember Code

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 5 - How To Remember Laws

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 6 - How To Remember Psychology

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 7 - Practical Application Of Knowledge

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 8 - Basic Manipulations Of Knowledge

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 9 - Specifics

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 10 - Interpretation

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 11 - Abstract Knowledge

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 12 - Readiness To Act

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 13 - Guided Response

    • SECTION 2 LESSON 14 - Open Action

  • 3

    SECTION 3 - Simulate And Emulate

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 1 - Hands On Learning

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 2 - Simulation Taxonomy

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 3 - Handling Combinatorics

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 4 - Organizing

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 5 - Complexity

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 6 - Flexibility

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 7 - Attention To Details

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 8 - Not Reproducible Results

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 9 - Logs And Spreadsheets

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 10 - Sampling And Interpolation

    • SECTION 3 LESSON 11 - Linearity And Extrapolation

  • 4

    SECTION 4 - Logical And Statistical Results

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 1 - Reasoning Skills

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 2 - Noticing Patterms

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 3 - Interpreting Graphs

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 4 - Word Puzzles

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 5 - Attributes And Dimensions

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 6 - Evaluation

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 7 - Generalization

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 8 - Chunking

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 9 - Deductive Reasoning

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 10 - Inductive Reasoning

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 11 - Long Logical Chains

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 12 - Correlation Vs Causation

    • SECTION 4 LESSON 13 - Outliers

  • 5

    SECTION 5 - Analysis By Synthesis

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 1 - Circular Logic

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 2 - Iterations In Understanding

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 3 - Iterations In Practice

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 4 - Whole And Parts

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 5 - Significant Learning

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 6 - Learning By Similarity

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 7 - Change The Assumptions

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 8 - Communism As Experiment

    • SECTION 5 LESSON 9 - Singular Events

  • 6

    SECTION 6 - Make Your Own Luck

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 1 - Luck Is Not Blind

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 2 - Mental Agility

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 3 - Active Imagination

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 4 - Williams Taxonomy

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 5 - Run Creative Simulations

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 6 - Everything Has A Reason

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 7 - Big Theories From Small Paradox

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 8 - Fail Faster

    • SECTION 6 LESSON 9 - Leverage Crisis

  • 7

    SECTION 7 - Imagination And Curiosity

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 1 - Imagination

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 2 - Start Young

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 3 - Science Demonstrations And Awe

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 4 - Metacognition

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 5 - Elaboration

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 6 - Changing Only Two Things

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 7 - Things That Appear Obvious

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 8 - Curiosity And Career

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 9 - Managing Curious People

    • SECTION 7 LESSON 10 - Preserving Curiosity

  • 8

    SECTION 8 - Mental Math And Logic

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 1 - Not Just Computers

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 2 - Percents And Sales

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 3 - Translating Measures

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 4 - Order Of Magnitude

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 5 - Trachtenberg System

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 6 - Chances And Statistics

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 7 - Gaussian Model

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 8 - Formal Logic

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 9 - Problem Formulation

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 10 - Fractals

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 11 - Time Limitation

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 12 - Other Things To Remember

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