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Brain Training

2 in 1 Ways to Train Your Brain Effectively
Narrated by: Nicholas Santasier
Length: 2 hrs and 19 mins
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Summary

Two audiobooks, one message: Train your brain with memory improvement and the power of laser-sharp focusing

Book 1: In this world, in this 21st Century, it is becoming harder and harder to stay focused. Distractions have increased, and technology and commercial advertising has not helped us much. We find ourselves in a constant battle between shifting our attention and allowing ourselves to be "caught" by the things of the moment. Where is the balance? How can we choose what we want to pay attention to? This is exactly the theme of this elaborate audiobook. You will learn, for instance:

How social media, devices, and other technology have influenced our attention span.

The value of paying attention to something or someone specifically.

The definition and benefits of deep focus.

How disorders such as ADD, autism, and schizophrenia are related to the ability to concentrate.

A list of external and internal distractions you need to deal with in life to keep your eyes on your target.

Specific tips and exercises to help you increase your attention span and train your brain.

Different types of attention, all with their own pros and cons, and how to balance them out to reach optimal happiness and success.

Thoughts on creativity, the "bigger picture" and tunnel vision.

Book 2: Starting from a neuroscience point of view, with ample explanations about the human psyche and the annotations to it, this informational resource will show you the secret tricks to improving your memory. Learn the dos and don’ts, the foods to eat, the exercises to apply, and how to utilize the five senses of your body to your advantage. You will hear about the basic principles of the different kinds of memories and their origin, as well as the effect of aging, diseases, and more.

Implicit memories, long term memories, semantic memories, and episodic memories are explained, as well as tips to remember names, data, and numbers better. Learn what triggers forgetfulness, and what Alzheimer's does to your memory.

©2017 Charles Jensen (P)2017 Charles Jensen

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Great!

I am very glad to have this book. It is quite different to guide to listen all about Brain Training. The author has done a great job.

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Glad I got this audible.

Learn what cognitive behavioral therapy is and how it actually helps people! I am so happy I found this book. This is exactly what I needed to learn. I highly recommend it! Easy to listen, easy to learn, tapping should be on everyone's to do list. Nick briefly gives us the history and science behind EFT and clear instructions on how to use it for ourselves.

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Good guide.

I suggest this audio book for all users. It is very helpful to guide to know more important information about Brain Training.

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Really helpful

It's loaded with helpful information on the most proficient method to adapt to anxiety, depression and negativity when all is said and done.

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Very useful!

A brilliant Philosophy and way to make psychotherapy transparent, collaborative and most importantly, helpful. This book is very useful!

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  • veronica
  • 19-07-17

I really could make use of this advice

This is not any overly long book, like a deeply written book. That's in a way a good thing, because you get straight to the point. All the guidelines are easily practicable, like the proper meals. That is of crucial for you anyway, i.e. eating a balanced healthy diet. Some other ideas I instantly liked, like stimulating your brain with exercises, and activities like learning to use the non-dominant hand, doing new things, breaking monotony... I could really use this advice, coz I am a fairly monotonous person...

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  • mashaziya
  • 18-07-17

Ode to the brain.

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I found this book fascinating in its presentation. I never knew certain foods can maximize your mental faculties. Certain steps should be taken to have a better grasp on the concepts of the mind, this book delivers some excellent information.

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Amazing perform..

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I would recommend this highly to therapists or any student of psychology or psychiatry

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  • Thaman
  • 18-07-17

Brain Power, Improve Your Mind as You Age

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I highly recommend this book to everyone of all ages. I am not a regular reader, but my husband suggested that I listen it. I have not been able to put this book down. Bought the book and took two full days to read it cover to cover and take notes. Not a fast listen if you would like to implement the ideas you learn.

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Recommended book.

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  • eclectic_pet
  • 06-07-19

I'll save you the money and wasted time

Everything comes down to this...
1. Exercise
2. Eat Healthy
3. Get 8 hours sleep
4. Avoid Stress

Every chapter promises help, but it always ends up being these 4 items.

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  • Cybercat919
  • 14-08-17

Good Information

The information is good. The narrator is difficult to listen to and follow. He is choppy and staccato. A book on focus and memory that you cannot focus on does not help your memory. He is rather annoying. It took me much longer because I had a hard time following the voice and hearing the information.