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Welcome to 30 Days to a More Powerful Brain: The BrainX Learning Mastery System (TM), Nightingale-Conant's program for amplifying your mental power for maximum success in every area of your life. 30 Days to a More Powerful Brain contains practical real-world application of breakthrough discoveries in science, psychology, and business. The material is structured so you can learn quickly and apply it to any area of your life, no matter what age you are - in 30 days! In this dynamic, high-energy program you will learn:

  • How Bruce's research has shattered many popular learning myths and how you can learn the truth to accelerate your learning capacity
  • Powerful ways to improve your memory
  • Seven specific things you can do to strengthen your brainpower, starting today
  • The different stages of sleep and how they affect the learning process
  • "Understanding gaps" and how theyaffect your ability to learn rapidly
  • How to quickly increase your ability to learn new information
  • The effects of diet on your brain 10 ways to motivate yourself toward increased learning

The power that lies in this program is that it's mind expanding on so many levels - and we're confident that it will be life changing when you put its lessons to use. Get ready for a powerful 21st-century learning experience with 30 Days to a More Powerful Brain.

©2007 Brain X Inc. (P)2007 Nightingale Conant

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Lots of great information

What did you love best about 30 Days to a More Powerful Brain?

It walks you through the process and gives you specific things to do along the way while explaining why things happen.

What was one of the most memorable moments of 30 Days to a More Powerful Brain?

Can't pick.

Which scene was your favorite?

NA

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No

Any additional comments?

Some things may be common sense. Other things are insightful. It all is presented in a way that truly makes you reinforce the information so you retain it and can apply it to any future information (school/work/etc...). Highly recommended.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Snake Oil

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

If you believe everything on the internet then this book is for you. If you like hard facts that are not easily accessible with a 15 second google search, this book is for you. If you like bashing Doable Trump and believe that speculation and the opinion of the authors is fact, then read this.

What was most disappointing about Bruce Lewolt and Tony Alessandra ’s story?

They used words that imply uncertainly. Like Probably and the most current study… However, the most disappointing, is that there was no real facts and the little bit of information that was factual was nothing new. I have read all this stuff before, some more than 10 years ago. Then there are also plugs for his other products which are most likely just as bad.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator was terrible. The voice slurred words and was not well dictated. The higher pitch of the voice was not easily likable. Finding someone with a deeper voice would have improved this book, to almost bearable.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

This book sparked anger, if I could get my money back I would. It just goes to show you that if you have time, to write information, that is easily obtained and not original you can get people, to give you money. Book in a nut shell. Eat Healthy, Exercise, create an imaginary group of piers, Sleep and reduce stress and your mind will work better… Da..

Any additional comments?

When the author uses Thomas Edison as an example in one of the chapters more bad news is, to follow. As Edison was a con-artist that took credit for others inventions because he was wealthy, Nikola Tesla is the most famous example. Then bashing Doable Trump saying a Billionaire is completely wrong about his sleep habits goes, to show that the author doesn’t have billions and should do his research better.

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great science

no fluff. Real science. responsible author. useful insights. It was nice to finally read something about enhancing the brain that does not talk about cool ideas that are not realistic. This book talked about the realities of what is actually possible for enhancing learning and memory.

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Awesome but missing the online component

A great overview of the brain as it relates to learning. Clearly backed up by firm scientific evidence with many tips for practical application in everyday life. I really enjoyed the clearly defined how-to approach presented by the authors. The only disappointment was as an Audible purchase you are unable to access the online digital assistant mentioned frequently throughout the book to help reinforce
the information. The only way to accomplish that is to purchase the book through Nightingale-Conant website or other source. It is approximately $69.00 to purchase.

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Not what I expeced

This was basically presenting old information with out any new concepts. I was disapointed.