TTC Video – How to Boost Your Physical and Mental Energy with Dr. Kimberlee Bethany Bonura

TTC Video – How to Boost Your Physical and Mental Energy with Dr. Kimberlee Bethany Bonura
English | Size: 4.60 GB
Category: TUtorial


Wouldn’t it be great if you could wake up every morning with an unending reserve of energy? [Read more…]

TTC Video – Scientific Secrets for a Powerful Memory with Dr. Peter M. Vishton

TTC Video – Scientific Secrets for a Powerful Memory with Dr. Peter M. Vishton
English | Size: 2.23 GB
Category: Tutorial


Tap into your brain’s hidden potential and increase your memory capacity with this brief and effective course taught by a professor of psychology. [Read more…]

TTC – How to Raise Lifelong Learners – Donna Baer

TTC – How to Raise Lifelong Learners – Donna Baer
English | Size: 2.33 GB
Category: Tutorial


We all want our kids to love to learn. But learning is a fluid, ever-changing, and very subjective process. [Read more…]

TTC Video Analysis and Critique – How to Engage and Write about Anything

TTC Video Analysis and Critique – How to Engage and Write about Anything
English | Size: 5.6GB
Category: E-books


Tap into the power of effective writing by developing the fundamental critical and analytical skills that transform your writing from “good” to “great.” Regardless of your subject, goal, or occasion, these skills will help you organize your thoughts into a coherent piece, make a persuasive argument rooted in facts, and make responsible use of research materials. [Read more…]

TTC/TGC – Law School for Everyone Contracts [12 MP4 + 1 PDF]

TTC/TGC – Law School for Everyone: Contracts [12 MP4 + 1 PDF]
English | Size: 3.48 GB
Category: Business


If a product or service exists, someone might want to buy it or sell it. And if they do, the vehicle they’ll use is a contract. This makes contract law a fascinating field that is as broad as everything humans do. [Read more…]

TTC – What Einstein Got Wrong

TTC – What Einstein Got Wrong
English | Size: 2.41 GB
Category: College


But Einstein was not infallible. He rejected the possibility of black holes, and he was reluctant to accept the concept of an expanding universe or that gravity waves might exist. All are predicted by his general theory of relativity, and all have been well confirmed by observations. Furthermore, he was practically alone among his peers in resisting the startling implications of quantum mechanics-a theory that he helped found and whose strange picture of reality has been verified in experiment after experiment. [Read more…]