Use This Breakthrough Method To Support & Guide Your Teen Step By Step To Stress Free Study Success Regardless Of Whether They’re Homeschooled, Taught Online Or Sit In A Real Classroom.
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From the desk of Michael Tipper
The Cotswolds ,UK
The move your teen is about to make or has recently made is another example of just how quickly they're growing up.
It can be a stressful and challenging time.
The jump from the style of education your teen received up until they were 16 to the one they'll experience when they go on to college or 6th form is a big one.
Up to this point they've have been spoon fed in their schooling.
Now they've got to take more responsibility for their learning.
It's a big step with its own problems and pitfalls.
What if you could set your teenager up for absolute success in this new stage of their education so they achieve the best grades possible in those career-defining exams looming on the horizon?
If the answer is yes, here’s the secret:
Here's how that worked for a teenager in a similar situation to yours.
12 months ago a 16 year old student named Hannah from Brisbane in Australia was struggling at school.
Hannah was having challenges with exam anxiety and was stressed out about her performance in a new and highly competitive school environment.
She didn’t know how to revise and prepare for her exams. She struggled to recall what she was studying and was worried she had problems with her memory.
Hannah’s parents were just as worried she wasn’t going to do as well in her exams as they knew she could.
They could see she was working very long hours but she appeared to be working inefficiently and ineffectively.
More importantly, they could see the toll this was taking on Hannah and were concerned about the impact on her health and well being.
She's now calm and relaxed about her studies. Even though the pressure of work has increased from last year, now she has the ability to control her stress and anxiety.
Her confidence in doing well in her final exams is through the roof and already she’s jumped 2 grades in her hardest and least favourite subject.
Hannah is now well organised and has a suite of tools and techniques she’s willingly become skilled at to study and learn every topic presented to her.
Exams are no longer a challenge for her. She even enjoys them - they’re an opportunity for her to show just how much she knows.
Her parents are delighted with the changes they’ve seen in Hannah in such a short space of time.
The first thing Hannah did was learn to manage her physical, mental and emotional state when under pressure.
Having got stress management under her belt, she then focused on developing a study success mindset to give her the right attitude to approach her studies.
Now calm and relaxed but highly motivated and focused, she built up powerful learning strategies step by step.
Hannah developed the skills to successfully deploy something called Leveraged Layered Learning.
This is the main mechanism of The Unfair Student Advantage, a revolutionary way of developing the study skills to turn “ordinary” students into Peak Performance Pupils.
Obviously I can’t promise you’ll read this book and be able to replicate Hannah’s results for your teen. I can give you exactly what to do but it does take work, discipline and persistence to put these things into practice.
Some teens just want an easy life and are happy to settle for whatever results the bare minimum can give them. Unfortunately for them, there’s no magic pill or quick fix
But the approach laid out in this book really does work. And not just for Hannah.
I wrote this book to fill a gap in the current education system.
It’s not a new gap. It’s been there ever since the first adult sat a child on a stone, drew a picture of a sabre tooth tiger on the wall of the cave and told them to beware.
It was there when I went through my schooling many years ago.
In fact that gap very nearly cost me a chance at my first career. Ironically it’s now responsible for my current career as I help parents help their teens bridge that gap..
So what’s the gap?
Well it’s buried in the belief you might have that a school is a place of learning. Let me shake the foundations of that belief a little when I tell you this:
Your teen's school is NOT a place of learning.
That might sound like an odd thing to say - “School is not for learning!” - so bear with me as I explain.
It’s completely understandable to mistake the collection of buildings you send your teenager to 5 days a week, 3 terms a year, as an environment for learning.
Sure, there are teachers and classrooms with desks and chairs, lots of textbooks, plenty of paper and pens and maybe even a few computers to use.
The other parents must think it’s a place of learning as well because they send their kids there too.
It looks like a school…it sounds like a school….so it must be a school.
...and don’t kids get to learn when they’re at school?
No, they don’t.
Despite what the education system tells you, a school is not a learning environment.
Their websites and glossy brochures proclaim they’re all about learning, but they’re not…
...because first and foremost, a school is a TEACHING environment.
The role of the school is to teach pupils information.
Their primary aim is to get each cohort of kids through that year’s curriculum.
Their job is to teach the content their administrative authorities deem necessary for the kids to walk away with relevant qualifications.
So the school environment is set up to make the teaching of that content as slick as possible.
Teaching and learning are two sides of the same coin we call “education".
But the school’s priority is only to keep the TEACHING side of that coin shiny.
It’s up to your teen to polish the other side with the activity called LEARNING.
That’s your teen’s responsibility, not the school’s.
Unfortunately the school’s focus on teaching is usually at the cost of learning.
Don't believe me?
How much time is spent giving your teen the skills to learn?
If they had one lesson a term during their 11-16 school years, that would be less than 1.3% of their schooling.
In my experience of going into schools and delivering this sort of training, they don’t even get that.
I was being generous because it might only be 1 lesson over that entire 5 years which equates to 0.1% of their education in that time.
That’s the importance the school system places on the skills to consume what they’re pumping into classrooms every single lesson.
Learning how to learn warrants less than one tenth of one percent of the school’s time.
That’s the gap that threatens the success of every child entering the school system today, including your teen.
This book fills that gap and helps you help your teen take back control of their education.
It shows you how to equip them with:
For those who are willing to put in what’s required, I can show you how to help your teen:
The book I have for sale is called
How To Give Your Teen An Unfair Student Advantage - The Step By Step Guide To Stress Free Study Success.
It is a step by step guide for parents to help their teens develop the vital learning skills the education system doesn’t have the time to give them.
You can buy it if you want it.
It’s only £4.99.
If you like it, maybe you’ll become a client and have me work directly with your teen.
Either way, it’s a good book that outlines everything you need to work with your teen to give them an advantage the other students just won’t have.
In such a competitive world, that may well be the edge they’ll need to get ahead.
Some might say that’s an Unfair Advantage.
Hey! That’s life.
Success belongs to those who see an opportunity and then take it.
It’s a fully illustrated 257 page book with 16 chapters and jam packed full of practical ideas you can help your teen implement to give them an Unfair Student Advantage.
Chapter 1: Who This Book Is For - Parents Eager To Support Their Teens During The Defining Years Of Their Education
Chapter 2: How You Can Get The Most Out Of This Book To Help Your Teen
Chapter 3: My Story - If I Can Do It, So Can Your Teen.
Chapter 4: The Many Challenges Teens Have To Overcome At School & College
Chapter 5: Three Case Studies
Chapter 6: Achieving Calm - How Your Teen Can Stay Calm & Relaxed Under The Pressure, Stress & Anxiety Of School Work & Exams
Chapter 7: Because Mindset Matters - How Your Teen Can Think Like A Peak Performance Pupil To Rise Above Their Peers
Chapter 8: 5 Powerful Principles & 1 Meaty Mechanism - The Science & Psychology Behind This Powerful Approach
Chapter 9: Layer 1 - Gather - Getting Your Teen Organised
Chapter 10: Layer 2 - Structure - Begin Laying The Foundations Of Long Term Recall
Chapter 11: Layer 3 - Activate - How To Get Your Teen’s Neurons Firing Every Day
Chapter 12: Layer 4 - Understand - Getting Your Teen To Think DEEPLY About What They’re Learning
Chapter 13: Layer 5 - Learn - How Your Teen Can Embed New Knowledge Into Long Term Memory
Chapter 14: Layer 6 - Remember - How Your Teen Can Benefit From The World’s Oldest Memory Technique
Chapter 15: Layer 7 - Revise - How Your Teen Can Prepare For Exams Efficiently, Effectively So They Can Remember & Recall All They Need To Know.
Chapter 16: What Else You Can Do For Your Teen - Top Tips For Creating The Right Learning Environment At Home
You'll receive How To Give Your Teen An Unfair Student Advantage - The Step By Step Guide To Stress Free Study Success digital book and all of the included bonuses (17 videos)
I’ve spent years teaching people how to improve how they use their memory.
And I’ve lost count of the number of times people complain they have a bad one.
Usually there’s nothing wrong with their memory.
They’ve just not been taught how to use it properly.
That was the case for me too when years ago I was on the verge of failing some important exams.
Because I struggle to remember, I thought I had a bad memory.
Until I discovered there was nothing wrong with it - I just didn’t know how to use it.
Once I did, there was no stopping me.
It’s the same with your teen.
They may have written off any hopes of doing really well in their exams because they struggle to remember things. Or they might even think they have a bad memory.
But that’s because they’ve not been taught how to learn or how to use their memory.
That’s the gap in the education system this book is designed to fill.
Once they know how to learn, even when the pressure is on, they’ll not only fly, they’ll soar.
The approach is also perfect for bright and hardworking students.
Many are destined to do well because of their intelligence and their work ethic.
They can benefit from this knowledge too.
Helping them apply what’s in this book will make them more efficient in how they learn, giving them more time to excel in other things too.
They’ll be less stressed which can only be good for their health and well being.
They’ll apply more of themselves to the work they do meaning they’ll more likely shine against their peers.
But perhaps more importantly, parents are often the last to know when their teen is struggling, especially if they’ve historically done well.
High performing teens like that are often the last to ask for the help they need.
Giving them an Unfair Student Advantage may well be the support and the breathing space they need right now to sustain their track record without burning themselves out.
And then there’s the plodder.
The average student who doesn’t struggle but who’s rarely at the top of the class either.
Helping them develop an Unfair Student Advantage may well be the spark that’ll ignite the genius in them they’ve kept hidden for so long.
The young people I’ve given an Unfair Student Advantage to are often amazed by what they’re capable of.
When they see what’s possible for them, progress and development can become addictive.
There’s something quite magical about seeing their confidence grow when they surprise themselves with what they can do.
Stress and anxiety are the biggest challenges facing teens in schools and colleges today.
Whilst there are many different causes - the workload, the pressure of exams, social media, troubles at home etc etc, the impact is the same.
Stress impairs their ability to think about, learn, remember and recall information.
Over the long term it can affect their mental health and wellbeing and lead to all sorts of dark places if not dealt with early enough.
The last thing an already overwhelmed and stressed out teen wants is to have to develop new skills.
That’s why stress is the very first thing I have you work on with your teen when you read the book and start implementing its guidance.
In fact, being able to develop resilience and deal with stress and anxiety are so important for your teen I’ve made them the starting point for the book.
I even consulted some of the UK's leading experts to provide additional bonuses to support the book in these important areas.
I’ve written this book to help parents like you help teens like yours.
It’s about getting your teen to do the right things in the right way to get the right results.
But they have to do all the work.
You can’t do it for them.
Your role in their development is to act as a guide to point them in the right direction (as advised by the book).
All you’ll need to do is help them start the journey, keep them accountable for what they say they’re going to do and positively reinforce them for their effort.
You’ve likely been doing that for them for years already as their parent.
So you’ve already got the skills, you’re just going to use them in a different context.
Once you get started with this, you’ll realise how addictive it is to see your teen develop new behaviours that become habits and then grow into skills.
And then who knows what great things you’ll be able to achieve between you?
That’s why I’m so excited to be sharing this book, and its bonuses with you today!
This interview covers:
What stress is and why it happens.
What happens in the body and brain when your teen gets stressed.
The difference between positive and negative stress.
Why managing stress is so important for your teen's mental well being.
The four areas everyone has problems with that cause them stress.
The three core responses to stress.
How to differentiate between the symptoms of stress from the causes of stress.
Why we all have the ability to return to a calm state after being stressed.
The important difference between stress and anxiety.
Why anxiety is a recognised mental health condition and stress is not.
The three types of stress your teen might be experiencing.
Typical causes of teenage student stress.
What to look for in your teen to work out if they're stressed.
How young people are demographic reporting the most levels of stress.
How to support your teen if you think they're suffering from stress.
The biggest mistake many parents make when trying to help their stressed out teen.
How to get your teen to open up to you.
Why Ches goes out of his way NOT to give advice to his clients who are stressed.
The difference between focusing on what you DON'T want vs what you DO want.
Ches's simple but powerful top tip of what your teen can do to control their stress.
This interview was with the amazing Ches Moulton aka " The Stress Master".
An executive coach, qualified psychotherapist and hypnotherapist and corporate trainer, Ches has been helping people deal with stress for over 25 years.
The author of two books "Choice and Change - How to Have A Healthy Relationship with Ourselves and Others" and his most recent one "How to Get Control Of Your Stress Instead of Stress Controlling You", he is considered by many to be the UK's leading authority on stress.
He makes the bold claim that he will "...help you get control of your stress once and for all".
This interview covers:
How your teen needs to understand they already have the resources to deal with their anxiety.
How to think about your ability to deal with stress as a combination of an oak tree and a palm tree.
The similarity between stress and excitement.
How the choice of words your teen makes will affect their level of anxiety.
The one thing your teen has complete control over that will affect how they deal with anxiety.
The problems of not managing stress and anxiety.
What to notice about your teen's self talk that has a significant impact on how they feel.
Why the cause of your teen's stress could well be the solution to it too.
A simple exercise your teen can do to help them understand how they're contributing to their stress.
The connection between your brain and body and how to use it to reduce your anxiety.
How one student applied a very simple technique to deal with exam stress and passed with flying colours.
How your teen's well meaning survival mechanism is responsible for being stressed and anxious.
Why it's important to include exercise to help fortify your teen against stress and anxiety.
Generational anxiety - why you might actually be the cause of your teen's anxiety.
The important age bracket where your children are most susceptible to parental influence.
What to look for to see if you're the cause of your teen's anxiety.
A simple habit to do for 5 minutes in the morning and evening that'll help reduce anxiety.
The importance of gratitude in helping reduce anxiety.
How to support your teen so their anxiety is minimised under the pressure of school workload.
When to seek professional help to support your teen in dealing with anxiety.
Demonstration of a really powerful technique to help your teen boost their inner resources.
The number one thing you and your teen should monitor as a way of managing their anxiety.
And much much more...
This interview was with the amazing Dr Lizzy Bernthal.
With over 25 years service with the British Army and NHS as a health professional including her role as global head of nursing for the International Committee of Military Medicine, she has literally been on the front line of some of the most significant developments in both military and civilian healthcare of recent years.
When she wasn't helping change the face of military medicine, she was busy teaching others to do the same as a highly regarded research fellow, educator and coach. In 2017 she was awarded Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy for her contribution to higher education globally.
Now having left the Army she is now a highly sought after executive resilience coach helping leaders find their own voice and discover their awesomeness within so they can soar.
Discover an 8 step process for helping develop resilience in your teen. This bonus includes a full interview explaining the technique and then 8 separate videos to explain this step. This process has never before been released on video.
This interview was with the ever joyful Vanda North.
An international speaker, serial entrepreneur, TV and Radio Presenter and author of many books, she circumvents the globe about every 18 months as she travels the world spreading her message.
The Author of Mind Chi, How To Rewire Your Brain In 8 Minutes A Day, she specialises in developing resilience in people working in companies and teams who suffer from stress and burnout.
She's led a remarkable life and brings all her experiences to continually make a positive impact in the lives of those she works with.
These experiences include having run a deep sea fishing company, having an American TV show on happiness and wellness, and running a canteen for one of the NASA space programmes.
An interview and demonstration about a simple yet extremely powerful technique that instantly induces calming and relaxing brain wave frequencies.
This last interview was done with an under the radar expert in helping people of all ages find their way through anxiety, fear and stress.
He agreed to do the interview as long as he could remain anonymous. The reason is he willingly shared an underground technique currently taking the world of stress and anxiety management by storm. Only a handful of select practitioners can teach and demonstrate this technique.
He agreed to share it, but only behind closed doors to customers who have access to the private membership area for this book. It also has a powerful trauma healing benefit which our underground expert explains in this interview.
This interview covers:
How your teen can develop a study success mindset.
The importance of attitude vs skills.
How your teen can define their success.
Holding your teen accountable.
The impact of beliefs on your teen’s success.
And much much more...
A 3 Video, 90 min deep dive into the mindset secrets of the most successful students with Gavin Ingham, one of the UK’s leading motivational and peak performance coaches and speakers.
Described by the brilliant Brian Tracy as one of the top motivational coaches in the UK, he has personally worked with over 250,000 people delivering over 2000 paid presentations around the world.
His IAM10 methodology has helped thousands of professionals become peak performers.
Today when he is not helping business leaders or inspiring others to peak performance you’ll find him either with his kids, half way up a tree or eating ice cream.
You can watch the videos or download the mp3s to listen to at your convenience
A set of proven positive statements to help your teen begin to programme their subconscious and shape their identity and self image for ultimate study success:
Staying Calm And Relaxed
Being A Successful Peak Performance Pupil
Making Studying For Exams Easy - Powerful & Impactful Revision
These statements support Mindset Matter #5 - Talk A Good Game, in Chapter 2 of the book.
A practical template your teen can use to help them get the most out of their studies and activities every week. This template helps implement Mindset Matter #4 - Plan The Work & Work The Plan, in Chapter 2 of the book.
The guidance is clear and really easy to follow. The step by step process really helps parents support their teens to gain an “unfair” advantage. Chapter 6 is all about “calm” and helped reduce my stress massively too.
Michael has had huge success helping teens unlock what they have learned but just couldn’t recall. Check out his case study on Dan in Chapter 5.
This book is an absolute must read if you have a teen (in fact any child!) about to start working towards sitting their exams."
Parent, Author, Managing Director
"Having struggled at school myself and yet somehow ended up as a city lawyer and then helped my daughters who had similar struggles and yet ended up as professional with 2 degrees each, I wish this book had been around to make the journey easier when each of us was learning how to negotiate school, college and university.
The key distinction is the difference between what is taught and what is learnt and this book gives you and your teen a very simple system Leveraged, Layered Learning together with the mindset and encouragement to gain the advantage and achieve their potential in learning and in life!"
Parent, Author, Lawyer and Mediator
AKA The Barefoot Mediator
"A refreshingly clear book that does what it says on the tin. Free of the usual patronising guff of similar books, it offers practical tools, tips, techniques and ideas. Every great teacher will have a copy of this book (but probably keep it hidden out of view).
Michael has a lovely energy for his subject that stops this being a book about cramming (and we don’t need another one of those). Surprisingly this book is not (just) about passing exams; it is about an approach and philosophy to life!
I suspect your teen will thank you for buying this book. Maybe not now but when they are ready.
Parent, Author, International Business Speaker & Business Growth Consultant
"If you love your teenager, you'll buy a copy of How To Give Your Teen An Unfair Student Advantage and work through it. The suggestions are simple, yet brilliant."
Parent, Barrister and presenter on LBC Radio
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1. I’ve developed a proven system for giving students an Unfair Advantage over their peers by giving them powerful skills to learn anything they have to study. The education system doesn’t (for some inexplicable reason) teach these to your teen so this system fills that gap.
2. The book specifically helps the parents of teenagers making the jump from school to college or 6th form. It explains step by step how to support their teen in developing these skills. It's exactly the same way I do it when I personally work with teenagers .
3. For just £4.99 you can get the book I wrote that explains how you can help your teen gain an advantage over their peers. That’ll see them manage their stress, get focused and disciplined and develop skills to learn, remember and recall information that’ll amaze their teachers and make you proud.
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When he was a teenager Michael Tipper thought he had a bad memory and very nearly got kicked out of the Navy because he was struggling with exams. A chance encounter with an ad for a memory course in the Sunday papers led him to discover there was nothing wrong with his memory. He just didn’t know how to use it.
Shocked that the education system didn’t teach him how to learn, he developed a passion for improving his own skills and went on to win the Silver Medal in the World Memory Championships.
After a successful career in the Royal Navy he decided to play his part in filling the study skills gap in the education system. Pioneering delivering large seminars to teenage audiences he’s personally worked with over 100,000 young people. Learning programmes he’s developed have been delivered to over 2 million students across the UK and Europe.
Michael Tipper is now an award winning international speaker, author, trainer and coach who’s been helping people develop their learning skills for over 20 years. His 5 books on memory and learning have been published in 7 different languages.
When he’s not writing books or helping people develop their skills, Michael’s interests include salsa dancing, learning to play blues guitar, improv & stand up comedy. Health is his primary value and so he regularly meditates, practices yoga and the Wim Hof method, eats well and takes frequent cold showers.