Let's face it, especially these days, there's a lot going on and things are constantly coming at us to the point where overload sets in and mentally our brain is just not handling it. If that describes you, there's something you can do about it starting now. Get your hands on Train Your Brain Mental Strength: How to Train Your Brain for Mental Toughness & 7 Core Lessons to Achieve Peak Mental Performance! You can't go wrong with this audiobook because it's written to improve your cognitive skills and throughout the process your brain will not be overworked. Think about this as building a figurative mental shield around your brain; one that's so tough that unless it's good for something, anything outside of it can't get in and overwhelm you. The training in this audiobook will help you to bring about this mental toughness or shield that will in general improve your life. Once you start seeing what a positive difference these improved cognitive skills can make for you, you'll wonder why you didn't start putting these things into practice sooner. In addition, if you are one of the individuals that is seeking health and wellness on not just the physical level but the mental as well, you need to listen to Train Your Brain & Mental Strength: How to Train Your Brain for Mental Toughness & 7 Core Lessons to Achieve Peak Mental Performance. This audiobook gets right to the point and explains the best techniques that can be used to improve mental performance. The author has gone to great lengths to make the audiobook as easy to understand as he possibly can and he also has put his own seal of approval of the methods as these are things that he has tried himself and has found to be successful. Bear in mind that the test is only focusing on the core methods to improve mental performance which makes it that much easier to execute. The listener has the opportunity to try the best known methods to date and get back on track.
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I can't be certain who this book was targeted towards but it is only useful as an EXTREME beginners guide to personal development. Things like "try to be happy, try to laugh and smile, think of the things you say to yourself and others, be nice to people" are the topics covered. Every three or four sentences the book announces that it is changing the subject even though it is really saying the same thing a slightly different way which makes the book even more frustrating. I actually think this might be a decent guide for children aged 8-12 or for severely emotionally or socially disabled adults. If you want to introduce your child to monitoring his/her mood and thoughts this might be a decent guide provided an adult is there for coaching but for stable and normal adults this book is useless as most of this book will have occurred to the reader naturally in the course of getting older.
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