Memory Improvement - How to Use Your Brain More Effectively throughout the Day
Weston Gritt, Kendra Lords, Thomas Cassidy, Angie Negus, Casey Wayman
Publisher: A to Z Publishing
There are several different titles in this book, which are the following:
Book 1: Sometimes, parents think high grades is a good thing, and it can be. But did you know that this is not always the case?
Book 2: Where do you go if your child is gifted? Should you do anything differently?
This question lies at the heart of this book, as well as other sub-topics that relate to it. Your knowledge will increase about giftedness, and solutions will be provided for a problematic child who is looking for the right therapist.
Book 3: Gifted children are typically a bit more advanced in their thinking, but they still need to be taught how to apply that intelligence towards practical goals.
Book 4: Mind mapping is not a new concept. It has been proven by academic studies and psychological research to be one of the best techniques to remember information for a test in college, business presentations, or to develop the abilities of your memory, period.
Book 5: Some people get older and never grow up. Others are very mature for their age. How can you determine when someone is really emotionally mature?
Book 6: Many people have tried to do so, and few understand the real secret. Emotionally intelligent people go through life much happier. They understand how to react, and they have more control.
Book 7: You will be amazed at the things you’ll hear. In this guide, the author made sure that all the quick tricks and long-term strategies that work are listed. You will hear about various topics that cover the most important things you should do to improve your memory.
Book 8: Are you neglecting your right brain?
Have you ever wondered if you are using the full capacity of your brain?
Book 9: What if I told you a lot of people don’t know the difference between the left brain and the right brain?