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Brainpower: Practical Ways to Boost Your Memory, Creativity and Thinking Capacity

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Learn how to unleash the amazing power of your mind and achieve extraordinary results with BrainPower!


BrainPower! takes you on a journey of self-realization and discovery. It shows how to boost your concentration, clear stress, and break old, unwanted habits by understanding how your brain works and practicing the simple yet effective techniques outlined in this book.

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Hardcover, 79 pages
Published January 1st 2002 by Barnes & Noble / Metro Books
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Arminius
Oct 12, 2011 rated it liked it
Brian Power is a book which mimics the teachings of Napoleon Hill and Dr. Joseph Murphy in their fantastic books “Think and Grow Rich” and “Power of the Subconscious Mind.” However it goes beyond them in describing how the various subconscious, super conscious and ordinary unconscious mind works and why they work. It lists foods to eat and foods to avoid. There are lots of exercises listed as well. Some are the usual ones that are often told as ways to increase memory like doing crossword puzzle ...more
Robin
Nov 14, 2008 rated it really liked it
A very intersting book. And heaven knows I could use all the help I can get in exercising that thing in my head called a brain. Had some great tools for memory, learning and all sorts of things. It's a read through kind of book, then keep it around and go back to the pages that you want to practice on. It's a keeper.
Rik Schnabel
Sep 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing
A nicely designed and simply and well-written book for those who would like to realise their full potential. Similar content to Laureli's previous book, "Neuro Intelligence" however some nice additions and packaged as a great gift for someone special.
Mary Ann
Aug 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: re-read
Well written explanation of how the brain works and the potential for creating new neurological connections. Thought-provoking with practical exercises to increase brain power and creativity.
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