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By Tony Buzan, Adam Khoo

Author note: ahead by way of Tony Buzan
Publish yr note: First released in 1998
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The writer stocks the "secrets" of his good fortune with readers in basic and transparent phrases, with workouts to assist teach others in his recommendations. It takes the reader on an exciting trip of self-discover and it's not on the subject of studying, yet stretching and realising one's potential.

It is the proper e-book for college students, mom and dad, educators and someone who desires to improve his or her brainpower.

If you must be "gifted" in enhanced studying and considering thoughts, this is often the e-book for you!

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By Tony Buzan, Adam Khoo

Author note: ahead by way of Tony Buzan
Publish yr note: First released in 1998
------------------------

The writer stocks the "secrets" of his good fortune with readers in basic and transparent phrases, with workouts to assist teach others in his recommendations. It takes the reader on an exciting trip of self-discover and it's not on the subject of studying, yet stretching and realising one's potential.

It is the proper e-book for college students, mom and dad, educators and someone who desires to improve his or her brainpower.

If you must be "gifted" in enhanced studying and considering thoughts, this is often the e-book for you!

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STEP 4: Lastly, write down new empowering beliefs you must have to replace the old limiting ones. What kind of beliefs or labels would you like to have in order to get the results you want? Next, write down reasons and references to back up these new beliefs of yours. Again, if you look hard enough, you will find reasons to back it up. 1) New Empowering Beliefs References I am a motivated person When I was preparing for the inter-school basketball game, I practised four hours every day after school, even when I was exhausted.

Many made this generalisation and formed this belief because anybody who attempted had failed. Doctors reinforced this belief by showing evidence from their study of the human body that it was physically impossible to achieve this feat. Then in 1954, a man called Roger Bannister refused to believe this. He formed a new belief that it was possible. Chapter 4 • I Believe I Can Fly… So I Can! 29 After lots of training mentally and physically, he accomplished this supposedly impossible feat. That, however, is not the amazing thing.

Now, I want you to change direction and fold your arms the opposite way. Go on! Was that easy? Did you get a bit confused in the beginning? When you eventually did manage to change the direction in which your arms were folded, did you feel comfortable or uncomfortable? If you are like most people you would have been a bit confused at first but after a while, you would eventually figure it out. Chapter 5 • You Have the Brain of a Genius 39 Now, you may be asking what does this have to do with my brain and with learning?

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