The Brain That Changes Everything is the ultimate guide to accelerating your brain. We have barely scratched the surface of our limitless brains. We can improve our memory, focus, concentration and alertness beyond what we ever imagined before. To many scientists and laymen alike it is becoming ever apparent that we may be evolving to the point where we can consciously unlock the full potential of our brains. Is it possible that you too could turn your brain into a powerhouse?
Bestselling author, entrepreneur and herbalist, Shaahin Cheyene, introduces both the elegant theory and closely guarded techniques behind cognitive enhancement - with the astonishingly simple steps that anyone can take to achieve success. In The Brain That Changes Everything, you can follow a scientifically proven, easy to follow system for getting smarter and thinking faster. Supercharge your brain. Accelerate your mind. Get the intelligence that you know you deserve. In clear and easy to understand terms, this book will show you how.
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"Not what I expected."
Just not for me. The book title and description were a little misleading. Most of the information in this book is a little more common knowledge. If you are into this kinda stuff (brain function, the way our minds work) SKIP THIS BOOK.
The performance was fine. Well recorded, RJ had a good voice.
"A Good Book But"
Good time spent listening to the book as far as narrating and content, but being a fan of Tony Buzan, Paul Scheele and a few other writers on the subject, i find it easy to put a comparison and say confidently that the book lacks motivation to continue reading. Instead it focuses on direct information.Simply put, Human brain have much greater potential than described in the book, and as Buzan says : once you know your true potential, your whole attitude changes.But the good thing is that it is an abridged version of so many other books written on the subject previously.Great book but was not for me
No, it has all the necessary information and explained the needed points. If i need any more information i would prefer to see other books.
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