Brain Boot Camp: Boost Your I.Q. and Sharpen Your Memory in Only 7 Days

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If you have a problem remembering names, numbers, or even where you parked your car, then Tony Buzan can help. His revolutionary 7-day program can supercharge your brain power and make your memory razor sharp.

Start off by taking the brain fit quiz to see how you rank on the memory meter. Then--at your own pace--begin the short exercises and questionnaires in the 7-day program. Some of these brain boosters can be done in as little as 30 ...

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Overview

If you have a problem remembering names, numbers, or even where you parked your car, then Tony Buzan can help. His revolutionary 7-day program can supercharge your brain power and make your memory razor sharp.

Start off by taking the brain fit quiz to see how you rank on the memory meter. Then--at your own pace--begin the short exercises and questionnaires in the 7-day program. Some of these brain boosters can be done in as little as 30 seconds!

In just 7 days, you'll discover your memory noticeably sharper and your mind more agile. Loaded with quizzes and puzzles, tricks to remembering names and faces, as well as a fantastic introduction to mind maps, Brain Boot Camp is the perfect way to flex your memory muscles.

This kit includes:

  • I.Q. Exercises
  • Memory Teasers
  • Problem-Solving Techniques
  • Lateral Thinking Boosters



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781435100732
  • Publisher: Sterling
  • Publication date: 6/28/2008
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 10.36 (w) x 11.28 (h) x 1.11 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2009

    An excellent tool

    The methods and excercises in this book have increased my ability to retain and recall information. This is a great progam for beginners who need the aid of implementing a memory method. It's also beneficial to those who would like to bolster techniques to improve their existing memory.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 25, 2008

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    Boosting My Memory Seemed Just to Good of an Opportunity to Pass Up

    Some things I do well, nevertheless, I admit I have trouble remembering some things. It's hard for me to remember to check in at the computer when I get back from lunch. It's also hard for me to remember people's names, it seems I can tell loads about what all went on when I met new comes and then, sometimes I feel silly as I just can't remember the names. I'm hoping this book will truly boost my memory, and plan to come back and update this computer when I finish this program.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 18, 2011

    Try it!

    At first, I purchased the book for somebody else, but I realized that I may need it myself so I gave it a try.

    I especially benefited from the mind maps. Before, I used to have all these thoughts in my head as to what I wanted to do, but it got pushed in the back of my mind. After doing the mind maps, without even realizing at first, I was automatically accomplishing more. I was taking little baby steps and finally accomplishing my goals. I had put away the little book with the maps in it and sort of forgot about it. Then one day, I looked at it and realized, I had accomplished much of what I had mapped out. Since then, I have made maps for future goals.

    My advice is, try it, it really worked for me.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 16, 2009

    Maybe a software package would be better

    As I head toward old age I am concerned to keep my marbles so I bought this book/kit on sale. To be honest I am not very far into it yet so maybe I shouldn't be pronouncing judgement. Based on what I've read so far, here are some comments: It is a mystery why scientists can't figure out ways to boost intelligence they way they can boost strength, speed and agility or (they claim) cure depression with pills. Maybe there's not enough money in it. This book annoyed me because on one page the author speaks as if the goal is to keep you from LOSING your intelligence and memory and on the next page he speaks as if you can INCREASE them. Or, he talks in terms of REGAINING what you have lost. He doesn't seem to be aware that he is equivocating between three distinct claims. He also cites some inspiring heresay, such as listening to Mozart boosting your IQ, which subsequent investigation has cast doubt on. Nonetheless, people who are mired in fatalism regarding their eventual mental decline will derive inspiration and, probably, concrete benefits from this book. If you have more money to spend on such a project, there are a lot of alternative products using CD-ROMs that may be more effective, but I really have no business saying until I complete the course. For all I know now it could be just as good or better.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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