Are You A Genius? Read These Signs And Find Out

Are You A Genius? Read These Signs And Find Out


Books for a better understanding of your brain and solutions that may work for you

“The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining.”

John F. Kennedy

My Current Reading List with books for a better understanding of the brain:

1. The Edge Effect: Achieve Total Health and Longevity with the Balanced Brain Advantage 

2. The Mood Cure: The 4-Step Program to Take Charge of Your Emotions

by Julia Ross (ttp://,–Today/dp/0142003646/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1392824953&sr=8-1&keywords=the+mood+cure+by+julia+ross

3. The Better Brain Book: The Best Tool for Improving Memory and Sharpness and Preventing Aging of the Brain

The chief function of the body is to carry the brain around.  - Thomas Edison

Aftermath / Welcome to the Revolution.

Aftermath / Welcome to the Revolution.

James Radcliffe:
“If you’ve read this blog and like it, or you like the music, or you just plain want to support me so I can create more stuff and share it with you, then: Buy the album. You’ll get: a kickass album, you’ll be supporting independent art, and 10% of all profits go to a charity called VSN which houses, feeds, and educates orphaned children in Nepal.


Enjoy The Sound!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Towards the end, things got a little crazy…

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The First 20 Hours — How to Learn Anything…Fast! by Josh Kaufman

The first 20 hours — how to learn anything: Josh Kaufman

The First 20 Hours — How to Learn Anything . . . Fast!

Ten Principles of Rapid Skill Acquisition

Here’s the checklist for rapid skill acquisition:

  1. Choose a lovable project.
  2. Focus your energy on one skill at a time.
  3. Define your target performance level.
  4. Deconstruct the skill into subskills.
  5. Obtain critical tools.
  6. Eliminate barriers to practice.
  7. Make dedicated time for practice.
  8. Create fast feedback loops.
  9. Practice by the clock in short bursts.
  10. Emphasize quantity and speed.

Ten Principles of Effective Learning

Here are the ten major principles of effective learning:

  1. Research the skill and related topics.
  2. Jump in over your head.
  3. Identify mental models and mental hooks.
  4. Imagine the opposite of what you want.
  5. Talk to practitioners to set expectations.
  6. Eliminate distractions in your environment.
  7. Use spaced repetition and reinforcement for memorization.
  8. Create scaffolds and checklists.
  9. Make and test predictions.
  10. Honor your biology.

Charles Kettering:  “A problem well stated is a problem half solved.”

Karl Popper : “The best thing that can happen to a human being is to find a problem, to fall in love with that problem, and to live trying to solve that problem, unless another problem even more lovable appears.”