Let’s face it: There are a lot of people in this world who could afford to be a bit smarter, including many who are reading (and writing) this article. Hope abounds for us, however, as the How To Be a Genius book offers insight into and advice on how to become a smarter person. The book is packed with 101 different techniques to stimulate and “exercise” your brain before time and age cause it to gradually grow duller and... hmm... what’s the word? ..uh...
Oh, yeah. Dumber.
See, How to be a Genius is all about exercising your brain (all goofiness aside). Inside, you’ll find 101 workouts to help you improve your memory, sharpen your reasoning skills, win at strategic games like chess and bridge, and make better moves in every area of life. Introductions to powerful mind-training tools (including mnemonics, self-hypnosis, neurolinguistic programming, and Mind Mapping) round out this mind-enhancing workout. With your copy of How to be a Genius, your brain will soon be beating up every other brain around you.
It sounds like a great book and, at $12.95 from ThinkGeek, it’s priced modestly for aspiring genii. Now that we can all learn to be smart, the only book the world still needs is a How To Not Be a Jerk book.
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