Attention: Parents, Students, Teachers, Job Seekers, Business Owners, and Anyone Who Works With Figures…

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"I *stumbled* upon your wonderful (and fascinating) book "Fun With Figures"… and I’m so happy that I did!" – Tamara Hunt, homeschooling parent

"We’ve been trying the "left to right" method for addition and multiplication. My 12-year-old son picked it up in just a few minutes. Seemed very logical to him. I’ve been using it and have noticed that I am MUCH less likely to look for a calculator now when adding a few numbers."

"Before taking your course, with numbers I was one of the dumbers. Now I can figger ’em good! You’ve done something that ‘they’ never could do at school some sixty years ago – taught me that maths is easy and not an insurmountable brick wall.

In one supermarket, having rolled up to the checkout with a loaded trolley, I was able to correct the ‘young lady on the till’s addition, to her and my surprise."

"What I particularly like about ‘Fun with Figures,’ is the sheer simplicity of the techniques contained within the course. There is no theory, there are no complications, there are no longwinded explanations, there is just a simple statement of a technique, and then a few examples. It is all so simple and so well presented.

Another thing that I have noticed, is that now I do most of the fiddly little calculations in my head. I do a fair bit of graphic design and this often involves repeating very small calculations a number of times with slightly varying data. Now as a result of ‘Fun with Figures.’ I set these as challenges to myself, and actually enjoy doing them in my head.

I have also noticed that my ability to remember a series of digits, and or numbers has greatly improved, which can be important in graphic design. I would attribute my improvements in mental arithmetic, and mental memory to the confidence which I developed…