Struggling at school? Having a crisis at college? Just want to be able to get it right, or win more of the time, or keep sane while playing sports? This book collects three different works aimed at students from school through to university and will bump up your confidence, marks, and performance.
The Guide to Writing: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Exams and Essays but Were Afraid to Ask
A simple, FAQ style guide covering all the most common reasons students lose marks. Listen to this and you'll never get tripped up by something basic or lose marks to simple errors. It covers essays, exams, research, and more. If you've ever had a question that sounds stupid but worries you, this is the place you'll find the answers.
The Art of Being Right: The Perfect Guide to Spotting Bullshit, Avoiding Cheap Tricks, and Winning Arguments
A classic text by Arthur Schopenhauer on how to win arguments, regardless of who’s right. Includes commentary on the usage and defense against each tactic, from Will Is More Effective than Insight and Bewilder Your Opponent by Mere Bombast to Draw Conclusions Yourself and Postulate What Has to Be Proved.
Wilmot’s Words: Sports Psychology Advice for School Athletes, Their Coaches, and Parents
A collection of articles about dealing with the troubles of team and individual sports, from how to recover from the winter to what to expect from spectators. There is a strong focus on maintaining a healthy and positive mental state, with good tips and tricks to help you along.