Unschooling Education
with Sapiente

We are an e-learning platform that advocates for an educational shift. Approaching uncommon topics, Sapiente ignites curiosity, making learning a process from the inside out.

Why us?

Discover who you are while developing your interests

There is a lot we did not learn at school. Sapiente respects your individuality and helps you develop your interests while providing tools that help you understand your role in the world.

Why now?

Be ready for the real world with new techniques

Sapiente questions conventional education, offering you practical and high-quality content. The theory learned is designed to help you decide what to do, how to do it, and in which circumstances.

Meet Luís Martins Simões

Luís is a renowned international specialist in leadership and intrapersonal and interpersonal intelligence. For 35 years, he traveled the world, inspiring people in corporations.


Luís Martins Simões Method

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Benefits of Sapiente

On-demand content

With 24-hour resources, you'll be able to play around freely, keep track of your activity and discover a wide variety of materials.

Time Management

Learn at your own pace, dive into a new topic, or revisit earlier courses when needed or required.


Choose the topics you want to develop and be the decision-maker behind your learning process.

Discover how to deal
with specific situations:

  • How to end a relationship
  • What to do when you make mistakes
  • How to handle complaints
  • How to deal with poor-quality work
  • How to manage a packed schedule
  • What to do when you need to deliver a public presentation
  • When someone asks you to lower your price
  • When it’s the end of the day, and you haven’t done anything
  • When you know the truth is very uncomfortable

Learn about topics that
make a difference

The topics explored by Sapiente give you options to become more aware of yourself and those around you.

How to deal with expectations? | The origin of beliefs and filters | Functioning of beliefs and filters | Where do emotions come from? | Cause and effects of emotions | Q&A

Yin & yang in communication | Communication skills – questions | Communication skills – listening | Communication skills – confrontation and conflict | Communication skills – effective confrontation | What are justifications for? | Communication skills – be direct | Communication skills – dealing with difficult situations, empathy and sympathy | Q&A

What’s the final goal in any sale? |Selling Skills – the first contact | Selling Skills – dealing with the product’s strengths | Selling skills – reacting to objections (avoid justification) | Selling Skills – a matter of timing | Selling skills – when to talk and when to keep silent | Selling the price | Handling complaints | Q&A

Leadership – what’s a good leader? | Leadership and management – what’s the difference? | Leadership, vision and brain hemispheres | Leadership and brain waves | Leadership and self-esteem | Leadership, grand principles and common language | Leadership, culture and qualitative objectives | Inspiring leadership | The art of top leadership | Q&A

To motivate or to satisfy? | Connection, Inspiration, Motivation and Satisfaction | Goals, objectives and results | Leadership and stretch goals | Anxiety and fear in leadership | Leadership and delegation – what and how to delegate? | Leadership and delegation – advantages of delegation | Leadership and delegation – what not to delegate? | Q&A

Authority and power – what is the difference? | Authority and power – leadership styles | Authority and power in new responsibilities | Q&A

The difficult balance in leadership – yin and yang | Effective communication of decisions – how and why? | Effective communication of decisions – a matter of timing | Leadership and authority – adjusting to colleague’s reaction | Leadership and collective authority | Q&A

Talent, work and effort | Coaching – the coaching session | Monitoring and double-check | Effective reprimand | Q&A

Effectiveness and efficiency – which comes first? | Effectiveness towards the top and the bottom – which comes first? | Q&A

Preparation, flexibility and effectiveness | Short and effective meetings | Q&A

The grand principle of time management | The grand principle of resources management | Time management – the four key attitudes | Time management – dealing with urgency | Dealing with time relativity – effectiveness first | From the big picture to the detail | Planning and organising events | Q&A

Grand principles of presentation skills | On-stage skills and storytelling | Achieving the next level of pubic speaking | From technique to art | Q&A

Difference between negotiation and selling or buying | Isolating the price and initiating a negotiation | Negotiation is 90% psychological and 10% techniques | Distributive or integrative negotiations? | Essential moments of a negotiation | Swift and effective negotiations – the proposal | From positions to motivations | Reshaping and negotiating | Clumsy and innefective communication to avoid | Q&A

Concrete Examples

The training course features 49 concrete examples