About the course
Smarter Brain, Better Life. Brain Training and More Ways to Increase IQ, Focus and Creativity.
What Will I Learn?
- If you could increase your brain power, then theoretically you could accomplish almost anything. While having a healthy and strong body is highly important as well, most of us would probably agree that our activities are more reliant on our cognitive abilities rather than our physical ones. And what is very exciting is that there really are ways that you can boost your intelligence – albeit to a slightly lesser degree. There really are ways you can bring about tangible, measurable improvements in your life by focussing on ways to increase your IQ and your focus. In this course, you’re going to learn precisely how to do that. You’re going to see how you can increase your intelligence and focus to a profound degree, how you can become sharper, how you can learn faster and how you can even improve your ‘social IQ’. By the time you’re finished, you’ll know how to train your brain in just the same way that you would normally train your body. And when you apply the principles taught here, the results will be incredible.
- The one prerequisite for this course is a desire to learn and a belief that you can train your brain.
It’s Time For You To Learn How To Train Your Brain and Increase Your IQ, Focus and Creativity!
- Are you having trouble concentrating? There are ways to increase your IQ and your focus.
- Do you need to work faster but you try and try without seeing results? You can do it by following the right training.
- There really are ways that you can boost your intelligence and your brain power to accomplish almost anything.
If you could increase your brain power, then theoretically you could accomplish almost anything.
While having a healthy and strong body is highly important as well, most of us would probably agree that our activities are more reliant on our cognitive abilities rather than our physical ones.
Many people have computer-based jobs for instance, and this means that we need to use our brains to handle data, to manipulate software, or to come up with business strategies.
Much of our success comes down to our ability to interact with others…
Which of course is very much dependent on our intelligence and our brain power.
Whether you’re giving a presentation and choosing the best words to communicate your message, or whether you’re in an interview or date setting and trying to quickly find the wittiest or funniest response to a question.
And even when an activity seems ‘physical’ on the surface, it is in fact very often just as much cognitive.
Take sports for example, which require you to be aware of the positions of your team mates and opponents and to use your body efficiently and accurately through space.
In this course we will cover:
Becoming Limitless. The Neuroscience of Intelligence and How it Works. Neurotransmitters, why we need them and how they work. Brain Plasticity, why it’s important and how to enhance yours. We discuss Nootropics, the whys and hows and do they really work. Nutrution plays an important part in your physical health so it stands to reason that nutrition place an important part in a healthy brain as well. We will spend an entire sectin on brain nutrition. Just like the rest of your body your brain can be trained and section five will teach you how to train your brain. You will learn memory training excercises and a plan to upgrade your brain. And then finally, a section on mindfulness to help you keep that new, fully upgraded brain at ease when it needs to be.
Who is the target audience?
- Do you ever feel tired, worn out, or just not on top of things? It happens to all of us… There are times in life when we just feel totally drained. Sometimes it’s physical, but in many cases, it’s more than that. There’s something that plagues many people… And it’s related to your brain. Although many people don’t realize you can improve your brain health and increase your performance in all aspects of your life... You can, and you will learn in this course.
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