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Publisher's Summary

Despite today's technology-obsessed world, you most likely feel more stressed, less focused, and way more forgetful.

Your productivity is shot, and you find it hard to think quickly and retain information.

You struggle to make up by using MORE technology...more apps...more devices in a desperate attempt to gain more control of your life.

But it's NOT working.

Not only are we more stressed, we find it harder and harder to focus, think quickly, and retain information.

And it's taking a toll on us. 

The good news is that the solution is much less complicated than you think.

How much easier would your life be if you could think quicker and learn faster? How much faster could you achieve your goals if you could easily retain the information that you read? How much more productive would you be if you could harness your mind to process ideas more quickly and make better decisions?

In this concise, practical guide, I show you exactly how you can with 15 simple exercises that take no more than 15 minutes per day to complete.

Here's a taste of what you'll discover in this book:

  • A simple to think faster and learn quicker - today
  • Why you should be making MORE mistakes (yes, more)
  • The hidden connection between empathy and learning from others' mistakes
  • How the ancient the ancient practice of controlled breathing makes you think faster
  • Why lifting weights and sprinting sharpen your brain
  • How to use visualization to make better decisions
  • The little-known skill to quick thinking that nearly all top salesmen have
  • The secret computer programmers use to think so fast
  • How to activate more parts of your brain
  • The secret Einstein and Salvadore Dali knew about naps (need I say more?)
  • Why being overstuffed makes you stupid
  • The importance of talking to yourself 
  • Taking aggressive, persistent action (it’s the only thing that matters)

It's time to take your power back and harness the power within you.

If you're ready to make a change in your life, you've come to the right place!

Scroll up and get a copy of this book now.

©100 Raza Imam (P)2018 Raza Imam

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I found this book insightful

I enjoyed the author's words and encouragement. Razr & John recommends to learn and pay attention to how we learn, additionally his encouragement to write.

My key Takeaway on this book was to take action, getting things done. Do not just get smarter but act on what you have learned. A great resource I would highly recommend you read & keep this one in the library, don't return it, revisit it, I have this book officially on my review once a month list.

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Concise and well organized

Useful reminders of habits that make us more effective. It is great to see someone advocating to read more and put your electronic devices down. Yes most of this common sense but is just what most of society lacks today.

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AN INCONGRUOUS RAMBLE

an incongruous, contradictory, ramble. The author seems to assume that the regular work-day is a mine field of mistakes, makes a sensible statement and then seems to contradict himself. A lot of words about nothing in particular.