Brain Training: Techniques for Memory Improvement and Critical Thinking

Narrated by: Weston Gritt
Length: 1 hr and 20 mins
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Publisher's Summary

How would you like to develop a super brain?

As we all know, we only use a small portion of our brain, and just like muscles in other parts of our body, the brain can be trained to function better. The author will take you by the hand and show you what’s possible, and you will be amazed at what you are capable of. No fluff, just getting to the point and indicating all the power of the mind you aren’t using. You will hear, among others:

  • What Lumosity is and how you can use it
  • Brain training exercises you might not have heard about before
  • Why it’s okay to do brain training games and even video games
  • How brain training can keep you looking and feeling young
  • The most important conditions to keep your brain active, healthy, and highly functional
  • Health benefits to a powerful brain
  • And much more!

Don’t miss out on this concise guide to train your brain the right way.

©2018 Adrian Tweeley (P)2018 Adrian Tweeley

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Not a good book

This is not a good book . Having the word brain and the title could mean that it’s gonna be interesting but no it was boring and this is all stuff you hear on the radio every day.

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I am soldier and I recently did a 6 week course that focused on everything you just talked about AND MORE. Thank you

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  • 11-09-18

Great info

I think you can learn new things from this guide to training your brain. The human brain is complex and requires some explanations in order to better understand ourselves.