NICK VELASQUEZ is a passionate learner and devoted student of mastery. He’s the founder of the popular blog UnlimitedMastery.com, where he writes about learning science, peak performance, creativity, and mastering skills.
His writing has been featured in outlets such as TIME and Thought Catalogue. Nick speaks multiple languages and spends his time between Tokyo and Montréal.
Learn, Improve, Master will teach you the principles, strategies, and mindset used by top performers to learn and master any skill. Get the first chapter for FREE by signing up below.
“Learn, Improve, Master is a necessary read for anybody on the jouney to learn and master a new skill. I wish this book had been available 20 years ago—it has supercharged my ability to learn quickly both professionally and personally. Get this book.”
—Jeff H., Entrepreneur
We usually see the polished performance or refined work from the people we admire—a virtuoso cellist giving a concert, a great quarterback playing in a championship game, or an inspiring speaker commanding the stage.
What we don’t see is how they developed their skill—the process behind their greatness—and so we believe that what they do is beyond our capabilities.
But we can achieve greatness too, regardless of talent or innate traits, if we follow the right process. This book is about that process: How to Learn, Improve, and Master any skill.
Use your memory like top memory champions and remember anything you want.
Optimize practice like elite musicians, chess players, and athletes so you get the most out of your time and effort.
Develop the practice habit and implement strategies to stick to it.
Overcome the eventual obstacles, setbacks, and plateaus that come with learning and pursuing mastery.
Choose mentors and coaches that will help you develop your potential.
Accelerate your learning and become a master of your craft.
“I love the flow and style of this book—it’s direct and efficient and has helped me reframe my learning and how to integrate it.I’ll be revisiting these lessons regularly.”
—Jessica M., High School Teacher