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Summary

Can studying really be interesting and enjoyable? This book explores attitudes towards studying and offers tips and techniques to turn studying into an interesting, enjoyable activity instead of the dull drudgery that it is for most people. Why study subjects you don't like? How do you exercise and diet right to keep your brain alert? How can you use mind maps to study during an emergency? Art of Living teachers Khurshed Batliwala and Dinesh Ghodke distill years of learning and teaching young people into this fun, easy-to-listen-to book.

©2016 Khurshed Batliwala and Dinesh Ghodke (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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a nice story but very little actual study tips

most of the book was about spiritual things, Indian culture and health/yoga. the first few chapters were good but the rest of the book was just too irrelevant and I took very little value from 80% of book.

for example the book talks about...
- yoga
- gurus
- health
- suicide
- jobs
- the authors courses
- business

sadly very little content on studying.

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