Exclusive Offer: Learn More, Study Less E-book

Back in March I wrote a review of Scott Young’s e-book Learn More, Study LessLearn More, Study Less is a very good e-book on learning that I personally enjoy. In fact, if you check the sidebar of this blog, you will see that I put it under Recommended E-books section.
Learn More, Study LessNow I’m happy to announce that Scott gives us exclusive offer for the e-book. For one month starting from today, you will get $15 off the e-book’s regular price of $39.95. So you only need to pay $24.95.
Here is what you need to do:

  1. Click the Buy Now button at the bottom.
  2. On the shopping cart that shows up, type this code on the Discount Code section: “LifeOptimizer” (without quotes).
  3. Press Update Cart button and confirm that the total amount on the cart changes to $24.95 from the initial $39.95.
  4. Checkout and you can then download the e-book.

Learning skill is among the most important skills to have. So, given the importance of learning skill and the value of the e-book, I do think this is a good investment. You can read my complete review for more information about the e-book.
Buy Now

  • Scott gives 120-day money-back guarantee.
  • This exclusive offer expires at January 5, 2009.


  1. Thanks for your post,
    Sounds interesting…., maybe I buy it when a ‘zillion’ people reading this post have a look at the Free Preview of my own little ebook, creating a special ‘Learning Budget’ for it that way 🙂
    I have seen your review about this ‘Holistic’ way of learning and read about the ‘Webs of Interrelated ideas’, I usually actually draw such webs.
    I frequently use ‘Mind Mapping’ because you can easliy access info or facts that way, without having to read through a zillion pages of tekst. It works very efficient, and also is a ideal tool for ‘Brainstorming’.
    You can find a nice easy tool for this kind of ‘Mind Mapping’
    at: http://www.bubbl.us/
    All the Best,
    To your Happy Inspiration,

  2. […] Exclusive Offer: Learn More, Study Less E-book […]

  3. HP,
    Thanks for the tip. Mind mapping is a good way to “visualize” our ideas and looks like bubbl.us is one of the best tools out there.

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