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Brain Exercises to Empower

Work Out Your Brain to Increase Intelligence and Memory
Narrated by: James H. Kiser
Length: 34 mins
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Summary

Have you asked yourself what makes someone very smart and what it takes to qualify as such? How would you define intelligence? Is being smart a matter of innate endowment, or is intelligence mere potential that you can activate and use constructively or alternatively dissipate?

Discover what smart people do to get even smarter!

In this book I will share the best methods for maintaining not only an active mind but a brain whose powers tap in to resources that may be latent. I will introduce you to the vital means of increasing your intelligence and learning new things the best way possible. The book will focus on activities designed to stimulate your mind and directly make you smarter.

Here's a preview of what you will learn:

  • Seeking new experiences and facts
  • Stimulating your creativity
  • Enhancing abstract reasoning skills
  • Playing strategy games and solving puzzles

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Audible should credit me back for this bad book.

What would have made Brain Exercises to Empower better?

Actually talk about Brain exercises. Even reading grocery bills is probably better for your brain than reading this book!