Super Brain: Strategies to Upgrade Your Brain, Unlock Your Potential, Perform at Your Peak, and Achieve Anything (Think Smarter, Not Harder, Book 9) (Unabridged‪)‬

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Descrizione dell’editore

Practical methods to fully utilize your brain. Learn how it works and you can harness it to the fullest!

This is a book about practical neuroscience. That means that while it is scientifically based, it gets down to how you can compensate for your brain's evolutionary habits and excel in spite of them. Our brains are stuck in the year 10,000 BC, so let's find out how to make that work for us.

A combination of applied psychology and self-help techniques.

Super Brain is a unique look at your brain. First, we take a quick tour of the brain's most important (and also annoying) structures and aspects. Then, we take the shortcut to addressing many of the brain's shortcomings with strategies designed to work with them seamlessly. Think of Super Brain as 20 percent textbook (only the essentials!) and 80 percent field guide to navigating the world in a better, more efficient, and smarter way.

How to stop being a slave to your brain and take charge!

Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for more than a dozen years and is a best-selling author. He has worked with dozens of individuals to unlock their potential and path toward success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. Oddly enough, neuroscience was his favorite class in school, and he has found how to apply that same information to real life situations.

Build the best habits that you never knew you needed.    

A brief guide to the universe inside our heads    
How to deal with the brain's imperfections, one by one    
Increasing your attention span strategically and boosting willpower    
How to disengage the brain's autopilot function and become more present    
The lessons we can glean from Pavlov's dogs    
How to deeply process information into your memory    
The brain's odd learning and forgetting tendencies

Russell Newton
h min
31 gennaio
Peter Hollins