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Why “Untrained Brains Are A Bit Like Puppies,” And How To Put Together the Building Blocks of a Smarter, Happier Mind

As a child, I was convinced that my dad just went to work to play. My father was a neuroscientist at Baylor University, and his office was full of brightly colored blocks to test intelligence, books by MC Escher to study perception, and even a soundproof room covered in blue foam that I thought was for gymnastics Read the rest of this entry »

Webinar tomorrow Wednesday: Wire your brain for success

wire-your-brainSoulaima Gourani and Alvaro Fernandez will meet online and tell all you need to know on how to Train Your Brain For Success. Why? Because without a strong understanding of your brain, you will always be subject to your fears, emotions and limiting beliefs.

Sign up for this webinar and learn:

  • How to Get a Sharp Brain
  • How to Make good and rational decisions in your life
  • How to See what you do not see (biases)
  • How to design your future life and get to live the life you really want (it all begins in your brain)
  • And finally some brain facts (what you simply should know about the brain)

Learn more and register HERE.

Update: Brain teasers and brain fitness tips to improve attention and memory in 2016

3_BRAINSDear SharpBrains friend,

Time for SharpBrains’ December e-newsletter…and we are honored to announce that the Japanese edition of The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness just became available, and is doing well! (more below)

Let us wish you Happy Holidays and Happy New Year, and share a few resources and insights that may come handy in 2016.

Resources to enhance brain fitness in 2016:

New brain research:

Take-aways from the 2015 SharpBrains Virtual Summit:

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Meanwhile, in Japan…

 

Best wishes for a sharp, healthy and happy 2016!

The Sharp­Brains Team

Brain Teaser: What “some kind of asset” are we talking about?

BrainFitnessTrajectoryAn excellent article at the Times, Who Gets to Graduate, explores new thinking and tools to help college students succeed. Towards the end of the quite long article the writer quotes researcher David Yeager as saying: Read the rest of this entry »

Update: To train your brain, work as a physician, air traffic controller, financial analyst, or similar

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Glass Brain Project, courtesy of Adam Gazzaley @ UCSF

 

Time for Sharp­Brains’ April 2014 e-newsletter. If you’re looking for new thinking, research and tools to enhance lifelong brain health, let us suggest you’re in the right place!

New thinking:

New research:

New tools:

brain circuitsFinally, we want to thank the 65 readers of The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness and Cómo invertir en su cerebro who have taken the time to leave excellent reviews via Amazon online stores (46 in the USA, 9 in Spain, 6 in the UK, 4 in Canada, and 1 in Mexico so far). Thank You! Gracias!

Everyone – have a great month of May,

The SharpBrains Team

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