Naked Numbers: The 3 Rules to Make Your Life Add Up
Adapted from the Michel Thomas language method, this truly life-transforming course dispels the myth that one needs an aptitude for math, turning the most number-phobic person into a math whiz, within hours In just 3 hours, this audio-visual course will have dispelled all its users number worries, and made them into confident shoppers, negotiators, bargain-hunters, and savers. This simple course on CD-ROM, with companion booklet, builds up the number confidence if its users step by step, so they'll never again feel uncertain when faced with all the numbers that come up in everyday life. Paul Carson uses a unique teaching method, proven and patented by celebrated psychologist and linguist Michel Thomas and followed by millions of people worldwide, to demonstrate how every aspect of using numbers can be broken down into three basic rules. Real-life examples and graphics reinforce the audio teaching time and create a stress-free learning environment with no memorizing and no homework. He presents a virtual classroom and breaks down problems into bite-size chunks which are quickly absorbed. His lessons are easily understood, and effortlessly incorporated into daily life.
- Dewey Decimal: 158
- Physical Description: 5.7"x8.1"x1.6"; 0.4 lb; 1 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2011-05-01
- Self-Help -- Success
- Business & Investing -- Personal Finance -- Budgeting & Money Management
- Science & Math -- Mathematics
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