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Educational Video: ROIL System

by John on 04/28/2013

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This is another educational video.

This one is about — the basis of informed not inflamed — the roil system. R-O-I-L.

Roil stands for read, observe, interview, and learn.

The word roil means to stir things up, to be in a state of turbulence or agitation.

You do these four things and you’ll stir things up in your mind.  It will make you less biased or more tolerant of bias – and you’ll find that you’re a better informed and less inflamed person.

More importantly, this roil system will help you become informed efficiently – using the daily routine of your life to get informed.

The next few videos go more in-depth for you.  They’re full of suggestions.

But first, here’s a quick overview.  It might feel like you’re drinking from a fire hydrant.  But don’t worry. You can go at your own pace.

The r in roil stands for read.

So how do we read in an informed not inflamed way?

The answer.

Read four newspapers a day.  Don’t worry.  It’s not as tough as it seems.

In addition, you will read two political blogs, two morning news letters, and a weekly news magazine, plus a work of non-fiction.

Again, don’t worry.

It seems like a lot, but i will have suggetions for you to make it easy.

O stands for observe.  This means watching t-v or videos on the internet.

I will cover — what t-v — is worth watching for news and information – not just entertainment.

I is for interview.  We will go over how to touch base with experts around the world.  It’s easier now – thanks to communications technology.  And i’ll also have some short-cuts for you.

Finally, L means learn.  I will give you tips on how to put the whole thing together, so all this information means something and is useful to you in your life.

A lot of this is in my book.  Sign up on informed not inflamed and i will send you a p-d-f version of my book – for free.

Feel free to move onto the next video.

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