100 Ways To Increase Your Mind Power [NOOK Book]


Are you ready to develop a more powerful and creative mind? This is the book for you.

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Are you ready to develop a more powerful and creative mind? This is the book for you.

"100 Ways to Increase Your Mind Power" has four parts. Part One, "Instant Mind Power Helpers," shows you ways to quickly rev up your

brain and mind. There is a simple mental exercise that can clear your mind in just minutes and give you the power to concentrate more

fully. Breathing techniques are covered as well.

In Part Two, "Mind Power Through Brain Training," you'll learn ways to change your brain and mind over time. Techniques for creating

new habits are outlined.

Part Three, "Foods, Drinks And Supplements," shows you what to eat to nourish your brain, and why sugar can be so bad for your mind.

One entry is a list of more than twenty brain foods. Another reports on research showing that red wine can be good for your brain--

and you'll see just how much to drink to get the good effects without the harmful ones.

In Part Four of the book, "Other Mind Power Boosters," you'll find everything that didn't fit into one of the other parts. For

example, one item here looks at the 200 hours per year of "dead time" that the average person has, and how to profitably use it to

learn something new.

What else?

Stop the mind-draining effects of worry--techniques to try today.

Nuts that increase brainpower.

Brainwave entrainment technologies and how to use them.

The use of periodic reviews for better memorization of new information.

Some essential oils that wake up your brain when sniffed.

How taking off your shoes can lead to more creative ideas.

How avoiding arguments can lead to better thinking ability.

Research showing that curiosity may lead to longer life.

"100 Ways To Increase Your Mind Power" has been through some revisions, and although the title has not changed, now there are closer

to 150 ways to increase your mind power.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013376892
  • Publisher: Webhiker LLC
  • Publication date: 9/15/2011
  • Series: Mind Power Series, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 59 KB

Meet the Author

Steve Gillman is the author of "Problem Solving Power," "100 Ways to Increase Your Mind Power," and many other books. He is the

founder of several websites on brain power topics, and publisher of The Brainpower Newsletter.
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