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"Do you envy those people who always seem to be intelligent and witty? Do you ever wish you could unlock your own intelligence and wit? I found myself in the same situation not too long ago. I desperately wanted to be as witty and smart as so many of my friends were. The trouble was that no matter how hard I tried or what I did I just couldn't seem to get the hang of it. Something had to change! I knew I had to do something. That's when I decided I had to find out the right way to approach brain enhancement."
©2007 Good Guide Publishing; (P)2007 Good Guide Publishing

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  • James
  • Brentwood, CA, USA
  • 07-17-08

Don't waste your time or money

The author explains how the brain works and advises you to search the internet for brain enhancement tools. No advise on how to improve your mind, no tips, nothing, zip, nada.

17 of 17 people found this review helpful

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  • Sarah.
  • Brooklyn, NY United States
  • 12-15-10

very awkward writing!

This 'book' is read much like the script for an informercial. While there are a few nuggets of information in here, there's an awful lot of repetition and the narrator repeats "Guide to Brain Enhancement and other long drawn out tittles with such repetition that you get extremely annoyed after a while. It could be easily cut down in length without any loss of info. The redundancy of tittles, names and phrases takes so much away from this recording that you wonder if it was written by a computer or a very autistic individual and it makes for reading that lacks flow. There are a few chunks of knowledge to be had here, but it's a painful way to get at them.