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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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