By Neil Pavitt
Hack into the key strength of your brain
100 Billion Neurons
100 Trillion Connections
And you simply command five% of it.
Now it is time to take again control!
In Brainhack, creativity trainer Neil Pavitt delivers assistance and tips to re-programme your mind, constructing the abilities and insights that could remodel the way you imagine, remedy difficulties and make decisions.
This ebook can assist you:
• learn how to imagine smarter
• turn into extra focused
• become aware of artistic ways to problem-solving
• Generate rules with leading edge techniques
• liberate your mind blocks
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