Here you will see students as young as 4 and 5 years old doing algebra and "advanced" math, without ever knowing it's supposed to be hard.
You are invited to learn how to use this method...

Saturday, June 20, 2015

How do trainings work?

One: You need a Gmail address. Install the video chat plug in.

Two: You send me your Gmail address. Add me to a circle if you like.

I add you to the Friday Training circle.

Four: Watch FB or other forum for time and date usually Friday or Saturday. Use this so you don't screw up the TIME ZOMES BTW noon means PM and 12AM is the middle of the night. You big fat dorks.

Five: Friday. Have computer turned on and the Gmail window/tab open. Chome or Firefox are the best browsers then Safari then Explorer. Shut down all other programs including mail, preview etc. Click on invitation. You may want to practice a little with friends or family so you know how it works BEFORE you come to the training. You will be EXPECTED to PARTICIPATE not just watch. math is not a spectator sport.

Cost is JUST $25.00
...and 3 to 4 hours usually flies by. You will not be bored and you will be shocked at how fast the time goes. Ask anybody who has been. 1 hour is not enough to get anything done. And this is meat and potatoes not fluff and feather so bring a paper and pencil and be ready to be blown away. Get in now because that price is also going to increase as time goes by...but for now it's $25.00.



  1. I read these, you big fat dork, but you didn't post the time of the training last week.

    Are you going to do one on the third and if so, what time?

    1. That's because this supposed to be a generic post. Also just because you (in general) get added to a group called the Friday Training Circle doesn't mean there won't be training on Saturday.

  2. Hi Crewton, will these be offered again in September? I saw the August page after it already started. Thanks!

  3. The trainings are on going pretty regularly on Fri and sometimes Sat...