I’ve had the pleasure of being involved in education in both the content development side as well as the methodology side for over twenty years. If there is one thing that has been made abundantly clear to me from both sides of the learning equation it’s that the key to learning is an organized mind.

It’s a simple notion but it can have a revolutionary impact on the way you think, learn and communicate. An organized mind increases focus, clarity and strengthens your memory.

On the flip side, so many of the problems in education, from the classroom experience to curricula development, stem from pure, unadulterated disorganization.

Cluttered, fragmented and fuzzy learning is the pits yet it’s quite commonplace.

It’s a shame because I’ve met so many students and adults who were convinced that they couldn’t effectively process material when in fact they were being fed difficult to process material.

Organizing is at the core of the learning process and it’s what I love to teach and show others how to do. My hope is to share what I’ve learned here and contribute solutions.

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