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You don't have to be a divemaster to master the art of  diving...

Discover Simple Techniques That Will Rip Off Your "Newbie" Label Before Your Next Dive Trip  

Do you want to increase your bottom time, master buoyancy control, quickly equalize your ears and improve all aspects of your diving? With our simple steps, you too, will soon be acting and feeling like the seasoned divers you meet on the dive boats. No one will know that you don't have 500 dives under your (weight)belt! 


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Does this sound familiar?

You're on the dive boat and getting ready to go in the water.

You can feel the anxiety mounting as you are about jump in. The divemaster described the site and there is some unfamiliar territory for you. While you are still thinking about that, now you have to try and remember all the things your are supposed to do before you get in the water.

Make a dive plan with your buddy. Do a pre-dive safety check. Put air in your BC. Hold your mask and regulator when entering the water.

The list feels like it could go on and on.

And then you get underwater and have a whole new set of things to remember and work on.

Equalize as you go down. Empty  your BC. Don't hold your breath. Get neutrally buoyant.

And then if you are doing your first night dive, wreck dive, drift dive, etc. - well forget about it. Nervous heaven.

This isn't to mention the anxiety you felt just trying to remember how to put all that gear together. After all, if you are like most recreational divers, you don't get to go diving every week. Each dive is like a new challenge as you try and remember everything you need to do.

From: Dianne Rein

Dear Fellow Diver,

It can all seem too much at times. I know because I have been there. When I first started diving, I was worried about something going wrong during the dive or looking like the “newbie” in front of the other divers.

I didn't want to be the one that couldn't descend, had little control over buoyancy or had to cut the dive short because I ran out of air. And I certainly didn't want to get the dreaded "bends". There was so much to remember and work on, it was a bit overwhelming.

Why did some divers seem so calm, cool and collected? How did they know what to do in all situations? And how did they seem to move through the water without any effort?

All reasonable questions. Since I remember what it was like and I want to help you get past that point, I have put together a straight forward user-friendly course full of tips, tricks and techniques that will help you become a safer, more skilled and confident diver in all aspects of diving.


Introducing “How To Jumpstart The Divemaster In You”:

Practical and Easy to Follow Tips That Will Bring Your Diving to the Next Level and Teach You How to Get the Most Out of Your Diving And Your Dive Trips


Certification classes only go so far. Now that you have your C-Card, you need real life experiences and tips that will help you think and act like a dive veteran even if you don't have hundreds of dives logged.

This is NOT what you were taught in your scuba certification class. That taught you the technical aspect of diving such as how pressure affects our body, the composition of the gas we are breathing, etc. I'll leave that aspect to the training agencies.


 This is the 100% practical real life side of diving. 


It's like having a down-to-earth friend answer all your questions and give you advice.

Throughout the course, I give you my real life experiences and examples in all types of situations. You can learn from my experiences - and my mistakes.

Every lesson is written in plain English - no technical jargon and undecipherable steps here.


I would like to say thanks for the modules, I am enjoying them very much.
I have read them over and over to reinforce the previous read.

I found all the modules useful but the module on buoyancy control helped
me the most. I had been bobbing like a yo yo and your tips brought to light
what I was doing wrong. Since I finished the module, my control of buoyancy
has improved dramatically. As a result of not constantly fighting it, my
air consumption has also improved.

My overall diving skills have improved as a result of your course. I liked
the informal presentation of the modules. They were easy to read and

Thanks again,
Didier  Figueroa



I have already told so many people about your “Jumpstart the Divemaster in You” course. I have learned so much and have used every bit of information over and over. There is so much the Open Water Certification Course doesn't tell you and this fills in the blanks.  

And no one tells you except the manufacturer how to care for your equipment, so your information was valuable. I just went on dives in the western Caribbean and Cozumel was every bit as great as your recommendation.  

Keep the information coming. Thank you....from a rookie to diving. 

Diane A.

There are 8 modules which make up this course. They cover all aspects of diving and leave no stone unturned.

Each module contains extensive tips, techniques and/or lessons on the topic at hand. Every module is strategically created in such a way that you'll see results once you have implemented the techniques discussed.

Each module in this course can stand on its' own, but taken as a whole you will have a full lineup of tips on the real-life, practical steps you can take to improve your confidence and diving skills.

It's Not One Little Tip Or Tactic That Makes
New Divers Look Like Old Pros…

If you truly want to bring your diving up to the next level, then you need to use a course that covers all aspects of diving.

Hi Dianne,

Just wanted to let you know how useful I found the course, especially the air consumption and buoyancy control modules. Previously, I had trouble while I was taking the stress and rescue and wreck diving courses - principally because of bad buoyancy control and surfacing with low air.

Since purchasing the "Jumpstart" course, I have been applying its lessons on my normal dives and have seen a significant improvement in my diving skills. I can certainly stay down longer, my buddies rely on me more, I am more confident in my decision making and I am getting more enjoyment and value from my dives.

When I took the courses again, my Dive Instructor was very impressed with my sudden improvement since my last two failed wreck courses and one failed stress and rescue-which I failed due to my exceptionally bad buoyancy and my air consumption being five times more air consumption than his!

He made mention of it during certification handout to our dive group. He said that you can teach an old dog new tricks (I am 62) and that it obviously can be done quickly since it was only 2 months ago that he had to fail me for the second time.

After the first dive he actually asked I lead the penetration wreck dive, through a narrow barred hatchway opening in a submarine, had me do line work and deploy the surface marker buoy and do 4 safety stops. Happily I passed my wreck course because of your help and shared knowledge from these courses. In addition I was asked to assist lead the night course dives--and passed that too! Coincidently my last dive was my 50th-so a triple celebration.

I am now very comfortable with my body trim, my weights, breathing, air consumption (even went from a 15 litre to a 12!) and know that I am only beginning to apply and master your training. Thanks for making diving even more enjoyable and safer. With my successful Nitrox, Wreck and night courses I am now 2/3rds through my Master diver certificate."

Paul Ross, Australia


The "Jumpstart the Divemaster in You" course covers all the critcal areas:  




Become a Safer, More Confident Diver on Your Very Next Dive and Uncover Ways to Keep "The Bends" Away

In this module you will find:

  • the 4 most important scuba diving safety rules you must follow on every dive 
  • the #1 mistake new divers make - and how you can avoid it 
  • the 2-items you MUST have to dive safely
  • 13 easy steps to avoid "the bends" 
  • what you need to do before you even think about getting in the water 
  • when is it really safe to fly after diving (we have a full section devoted to this topic for all you dive travelers) 

Every Year Over 1,000 People Are Injured While Scuba Diving. Some Even Lose Their Lives.

You certainly don't want to become part of that statistic. With this rmodule you will be well on your way to becoming the safest and most confident diver on that dive boat.

There Is No Such Thing As No Risk – But These Strategies Take You Close

As divers we know we take some risks. Like a lot of other things about our great hobby the risk of injury or DCI cannot be reduced to zero. But we can do our best to get as close as we can. This module contains

Comprehensive Information That Every Diver Should Know

  This module will 

  • have you diving with more confidence on your very next dive 

  • make you a safer diver - with less chance of getting the dreaded bends 

  • have you warm and toasty on your next dives (and no, it's not a 10mm wetsuit); and teach you why you NEED to be warm 

  • make you look like you used that safety sausage 1000's of time before - even if it's your very first time 
  • have you flying with no lingering worries 

  • lower your chances of ever seeing the inside of a recompression chamber





Follow Our Simple Techniques And You Will Feel That Wonderful "Pop" In Your Ears Early On Your Next Dive

You'll never again have to make your buddy wait for you or abort a dive because you couldn't clear your ears. With these easy to follow tips and tricks you, too, can start your dive quickly and pain free.


If you ever had problems clearing your ears when you are diving, you know how frustrating it can be.

There you are, excited to start your dive and see all the sites underwater. You jump in, get the good to descend sign from the divemaster and you start to go down.

Then you feel it. The dreaded pain in your ears. Not again, you think. Why can I not get down easily like the rest of the dive group?

This Module Will Show You How To Get Your Ears to "Pop" Quickly and Painlessly

Simple to follow ear equalization techniques that you can try at home to see what works best for you.

We know everyone is different. What might work for one diver, may not work for the next diver. That's why we have several different methods for you to use on your next dive.

In this module you will also discover:

  • one technique to help equalization problems that noone seems to know about (page 43) 
  • five methods to use to try and clear your ears 
  • the single most important step to descending without ear problems 
  • the proper position to descend that will help with clearing your ears 
  • what to do if you have a cold - and what NOT to do 

Don't suffer through another episode of ear pain. Learn how to clear your ears so you can stay with the rest of the dive group.

We know it's never fun to have ear problems. Let's face it, diving is too expensive not to be able to enjoy it to the fullest. So after this module you will

  • be able to safely descend - on the first try 
  • never have to hold up a dive group again 
  • be able to enjoy all aspects of the dive 
  • have a pain free dive 




Want To Spend More Time Enjoying Your Dive And Less Time Fiddling With Your BC? Improve Your Buoyancy Control On Your Next Dive


Nothing can take the pleasure out of a dive like poor buoyancy control.

I know because I have been there. 

However, in my search for perfect buoyancy control, I discovered that there are some simple steps you can take to speed your way to neutral buoyancy.

Once you have your buoyancy under control - look out. You will have a whole different feeling to your diving - you will be floating along effortlessly and seemingly making no movement.

No more reaching for the inflator and letting in air, letting out air. No more fighting to stay down so you can see under the coral know the drill.

You will also realize a wonderful side benefit to neutral buoyancy:

Your Air Consumption Will Improve As Your Buoyancy Control Improves

Talk about killing two birds with one stone.

And I want you to get there faster than I did. Use my experience - and not your air - to end the ups and downs once and for all.

In this module you will discover:

  • the #1 reason why most divers have trouble getting neutrally buoyant - and what to do to correct it 
  • a critical step you must take while you are adjusting your buoyancy underwater - it makes a HUGE  difference 
  • the most efficient way of determining the proper amount of weight you should wear (and it is not the way you were taught in class) 
  • easy tricks for correctly preparing your BC for descent 
  • why you need to adjust for the effect of your wetsuit at depth and how to do it 
  • 12 steps for a safe and controlled ascent (pages 68-73) 
  • diving exercises to practice your buoyancy control (pages 60 & 61) 

Don't suffer through another elevator ride underwater. Get closer to neutral buoyancy on your very next dive.

I wrote this module so you can get off that ride earlier than I did. It has all the tips and tricks that will have you

  • floating along steadily and effortlessly 
  • enjoying a dive like you never have before  
  • consuming less air so you can stay down longer 
  • looking like a divemaster instead of a "newbie" 




Spend More Time Underwater. Discover Simple Tricks That Will Increase Your Bottom Time And Have You Wringing Everything You Can Out Of Your Tank

Are you fed up with having to cut your dive short or having to surface before the rest of the dive group? Want to stop the angry looks from your dive partner because he has to ascend with lots of air in his tank? Those days will soon be over... 

I remember the moment I decided I needed to learn every single thing I could about air conservation. I had been down around forty minutes when out of the corner of my eye I saw the other divers gathered around a coral head in the distance. 

I didn't know what they found and I was anxious to go and take a closer look. Then I glanced at my instruments and I could have cried, the gauge read 800 psi. My bottom time was over, I needed to turn back and head up. 

Turns out I missed a shark sleeping under the coral head! 

Are YOU missing out on the extra dive time this  course can give you? 

Sometimes In Diving You Only Get One Chance. 

Right after I missed my one chance at seeing the sleeping shark I swore I was going to make sure it did not happen again. 

I have since improved my average bottom time by well over 10%. No longer do I have to cut the dive short. 

In fact, I am usually one of the last divers to get back on the boat. I have even outlasted some divemasters! 

Now I would like to share that knowledge with you.

This section is filled with 100% practical, achievable strategies for conserving your air and wringing everything you can out of your tank. Discover

  • the proper breathing technique that can extend the life of your tank 
  • the single most effective action to take if you want to stay down longer 
  • how to use the science of movement to decrease air intake  
  • what you shouldn't be doing underwater 
  • the specialist kick that even old hands at diving fail to utilize. I couldn't believe the difference it made.  
  • the surprising position trick that can have dramatic effect on your air intake 

Do you want more dive time?

You need these practical methods 

You will find something here to help you stay down longer. 

Even an extra few minutes could be the difference between a good dive and an extraordinary one. 

If you have ever lost the chance to see something amazing due to an air shortage or even if you just want to get the most out of every dive, grab a copy of these tips today. 

Because we all know; too much time spent diving is never enough.

Follow these tips and techniques and you will:

  • increase your bottom time significantly 
  • no longer have to ascend before the rest of the dive group 
  • make your buddy happy since he will also be able to stay down longer 
  • get the most bottom time for your hard earned money 
  • not have to stress out toward the end of a dive because you are running low on air 
  • feel more confident and enjoy your dive more 





Never Feel Anxious Again - Discover How To Look Like A Pro On (And Off) The Boat Even If You Don't Have 500 Dives Under Your (Weight)Belt

Have you ever felt a bit intimidated going on a boat dive? I know I have. Before I logged hundreds of dives, I always felt a little anxious before my dive. 

It seemed like all the other divers were seasoned pros and I was the only "newbie" .

If you ever felt this way - don't worry. Those feelings will soon be a thing of the past. 

I have "been there, done that." Many times over. Now you can...

Learn from my experiences so you never again have to feel nervous before even getting on the boat.

After reading the tips in this module you will know:

  • 3 things you need to do before even thinking about getting on the dive boat 
  • the single most important thing you can do to gain the respect of other divers 
  • 3 things you are NOT supposed to do on a dive boat 
  • the BEST thing to do with all of your gear  
  • what you really need to bring on the boat - and what should stay on the dock 
  • the proper technique for exiting the boat - no matter what kind of entry the divemaster wants you to do 
  • what you never want to do when getting back on the boat 
  • how to exit deep water if you don't have a ladder (page 104) 
  • the best techniques for avoiding seasickness 

Since I remember what it was like to feel like a "newbie" on the boat, I want to help you get past that point - without having to log as many dives as I did.

So don't waste any more energy and time worrying about your next dive - use this module to start feeling and looking more confident on your very next dive.

This module will  

  • make you feel like a seasoned veteran before you even step foot on the boat 
  • help you walk on the boat with confidence 
  • have you entering and exiting the water like you have done it 100's of times before 
  • give you a stronger stomach so you won't have to be leaning over the side again 
  • have people thinking that you must have been diving for years  - even if it has only been months 





Are You Hesitant About Doing Your First Night Dive? Or Wreck Dive? Are You Unsure Of What You Have To Do In A Drift Dive?

Follow These Simple Techniques And You Can Master All Types Of Specialty Dives

Never feel uncomfortable and/or anxious again when you hear the divemaster describe the dive site.

Wall dive? No problem. Shore Dive? Check. Drift Dive? Easy-peasy.

To get you to that point, this module covers the most popular types of diving you are likely to encounter during the course of your dive career. These include:

  • Night Diving 
  • Wreck Diving 
  • Drift Diving 
  • Shore Diving 
  • Wall Diving 
  • Deep Diving 

Each of these dive specialties has some specific guidelines you need to know.

We cover each type in detail so you will have the confidence and skills to have a fun and enjoyable dive - no matter what type of dive the divemaster throws at you. In this module, you will discover:

  • who you need to talk to before you consider a shore dive 
  • one critical criteria your first - and subsequent - night dive sites should always meet 
  • what you need to be on the lookout for during your deep dive (page 133) 
  • the most important skill you need for a wreck dive 
  • the one question you should always be able to answer at any point during a wall dive 
  • how to slow yourself down during a drift dive - and what you need to do at the end of a drift dive to stay safe 

Each of the dive specialties we cover in this section have their own special appeal and being able to do these dives confidently will make diving that much more relaxing and fun.

There is nothing like speeding along on a drift dive (but knowing how to slow down, of course!). You want to talk about fun? There's nothing like it.

So don't delay in expanding your knowledge of the different dive specialties. It will increase your joy of diving tenfold. After this module you will

  • confidently be able to do any type of dive 
  • know the proper procedure for your particular dive 
  • look like you have experience in all types of diving 
  • increase the amount of dive sites you are comfortable diving





Get the Most Out of Your Hard Earned Dollars

One of the great things about scuba diving is it always gives you an excuse to travel to some beautiful and fascinating countries/locations.

But there is always work and research to complete before you can finalise your plans and take off. I have traveled extensively to go scuba diving and in this module I share my best tips with you. You will discover

  • the best way to pack that scuba gear - and how it can help you avoid excessive baggage charges  
  • what NOT to put into your checked bag 
  • the most important questions you need to ask a dive shop before you sign up with them 
  • what you need to know about a dive shop's operations so you have the best chance of an enjoyable dive 
  • how to determine what to tip the dive crew - and when it may not be necessary to tip 
  • what you need to know about your dive location - and where you can find that information 
  • what you need to leave at home when you take a dive trip 
  • where NOT to go on a dive trip (pages 175-177)

We all work hard for our money so we want to get the most out of every dollar. After this module you will

  • not have to worry about your scuba gear getting damaged enroute 
  • know how to breeze through any screening and entry requirements 
  • confidently pick the best dive shop for you 
  • never be uncertain about tipping again 




This module may not be the "sexiest" but it may be one of the most important - it covers "Dive Etiquette & Responsible Diving". We all need to be considerate divers and continue to protect what we are all going to see underwater. 

Not that we aren't all perfectly respectful and responsible divers :). However, a little refresher never hurt anyone! Me included.

Let's face it, nothing can ruin a dive faster than some inconsiderate divers.

You have to have encountered some of these annoying specimens - they hit the coral, cut in front of you to see that fish, snap a hundred photos until the animal swims away and you miss it, stand in front of the ladder relaxing while you are trying to get on with a full set of gear, etc., etc, etc.

Once you finish this module, you know you will never be one of those annoying divers that gets the dirty look from other divers. 

Enough said.


Hi Dianne,

Each module was helpful in some way, but at the time I first read them I was still having a little trouble with - what else - bouyancy control. So I was very eager to get any tips I could on getting and controlling neutral bouyancy.

After applying the tips, my air consumption has gone from about 35 minutes to an hour and I have dropped 4 lbs. of lead and can actually stay in one position at the 3 minute safety stop. For all of these goals your tips have contributed alot. I really appreciate the simple language and format - I feel like I'm talking to my local dive instructor.

I dive more like a fish now than a pound of lead and love it! When it all comes together, it's so wonderful, especially drift dives along walls - so much fun and so little work! Many thanks!

Pam Casey, Roatan, Honduras



Of all the modules, my favorites were boat diving, travel & etiquette - the reason is that after getting certified I now know how to technically dive but not how 'to go diving' - these modules really helped in a practical way to prepare me for what to expect and what to do and not to do. Sharing your experiences and insights is priceless.

BC control was also really good - I just need to practice LOL. My favorite bonus was underwater navigation - as you just get enough good practical information on that subject without doing it over and over yourself. I also found the packing list super helpful because as a new scuba diver I simply don’t have the experience / past trips to remember everything.

After taking the course, I feel much better prepared about the actual logistics / practical aspect of the sport vs. the theory - so now I can enjoy it more.

I really liked the layout and since it's in PDF I can read it on my iPAD and ultimately reread on the flight getting to the dive site etc. It's detailed enough and also light hearted to make the information fun and easy to digest. Bonuses were great especially as they come in over time so you can read and digest before the next one.

I really enjoyed the information and if you publish more I'll be first in line :-) Thank you for sharing your experiences and helping us other less experienced divers be more aware, courteous and allow us to have more fun in this sport.

Stuart Hoskins

(Note from Dianne: I received this message from Stuart a couple months later:)

As a follow up I recently returned from my first ever dive trip in Cozumel and thanks to you the other divers repeatedly mistook me for a very seasoned diver!!.

Thanks again, I re-read your course on the flight down and I felt confident and relaxed through all the boat procedures, dealing with the crew, side entry, BC control etc - priceless.

Please keep up the great work, I'm off to a live aboard in late September.


So if you want an easy to understand and easy to implement plan for taking your diving to the next level, grab your copy of "How To Jumpstart The Divemaster In You".

I promise you won't have any formulas to look at or technical jargon to decipher – this is going to be fun and entertaining while you learn.

We will help you with all aspects of diving and make it click in your head. There will be many light bulb moments in this course as it all clicks and comes together. I relate many real life stories throughout all the lessons. I tell you what I have observed during my diving career.

You can learn from other people's mistakes.  And from my mistakes. I tell you all about those too. After all, nobody is perfect. But I learned from them and now you can too.

 This is the 100% practical real life side of diving. 

There is no need to reinvent the wheel. Use this plan to quickly master all your diving skills.

Once you finish "Jumpstart" you will be able to: 

  • Increase your bottom time so you won't have to surface before the others 
  • Relax underwater so you can really enjoy that dive once and for all

  • Look like a seasoned diver even if you don't have 500 dives under your belt

  • Walk confidently on the boat and know what to do

  • Descend painlessly and effortlessly - and with the rest of the group

  • Confidently be able to dive any type of divesite

  • Conquer any feelings of panic and/or anxiety

  • Have a safe and stress free dive

  • Stop fiddling with your BC and glide along steadily 


With your copy you will get techniques, tips, hints, in-depth explanations, resources, examples and real life stories that are only available in "How To Jumpstart The Divemaster In You".


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Never find yourself back on the wrong dive boat. You will learn how to navigate underwater using simple methods that you can master on your next dive. This report shows you what to look for and how to find your way back to your entry point.


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