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Contrary to accepted belief, YOU CAN INCREASE YOUR INTELLIGENCE AT ANY AGE! Smarter Next Year presents the latest scientific evidence for improving your mind and staying healthy at all stages of life.
This inspirational book provides simple but eye-opening steps to lead you to a healthier and happier life. This quick 1-hour read written by Dr. David Bardsley will change the way you think about your brain. The insightful brain hacks provided in this book give you a foundation of change for improving your health and mind.
The bottom line? GENES DON'T CONTROL YOUR INTELLIGENCE. YOU DO.
Your brain ― and every brain ― is constantly evolving and changing. In fact, there are multiple scientifically proven paths to increasing your memory and IQ ― at any age ― through simple life changes.
Do you ever struggle to recall something you had just been thinking about moments ago? Or have an idea that was fresh in your mind become clouded before you can take action? Eliminate such issues for good using Dr. David Bardsley's simple 8-step program! No matter your age or cognitive abilities, by applying these scientifically proven tips, you can take steps to become smarter, sharper, and healthier ― NOW!
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- David B.
Who doesn’t want to be smarter!!!
Very nice succinct book. The science of how to improve your brain is explained in non scientific terminology. Excellent useful information that can be implemented immediately. Equally valuable for students and seniors. DC
- Leah Kardos
This audiobook is weak sauce. Avoid!
For such a short audiobook, why do I feel so aggrieved like so much of my time has been wasted?? I’m sorry that I spent a precious credit on this stinker. The author wasted a large chunk of time listing the different potential careers intelligent people might have. Later, explains how to get a good nights sleep... eventually suggests exercise is good for you and then goes on the list out the steps of how to exercise. Generic, shallow, useless, time wasting audiobook. Pro tip: protect your intelligence by wearing protective headgear! I’m not kidding. Rubbish.