Learn Like Einstein

Author: Peter Hollins
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781544834870
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Wish you could learn and memorize more in less time? Stay focused, quit being frustrated, and absorb info like a human sponge? If you're looking to (1) accelerate your learning abilities, (2) improve your memory instantly, (3) pick up new skills efficiently, and (4) fly through material and ace tests - the answers are right in front of you. Step by step methods and habits to train your brain. Learn Like Einstein is your scientifically proven field guide on using your brain to its fullest potential like Albert Einstein. This is NOT a boring textbook full of generic tips like -manage your time better and don't cram at the last minute.- There are specific and actionable tactics to address every aspect of your learning - from memorizing, reading faster, absorbing more, and focusing better. Become an expert and decipher complexities rapidly. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years. This book represents the scientifically proven methods he has used to become an expert in multiple domains. Learn faster and save your valuable time. -Discover how to double your reading speed and finish any book in less than an hour. -Develop bulletproof focus and concentration. -Learn memory techniques used by top experts. -How to CRAM the absolute best way. Become an information processing machine. -Why your current notes are sabotaging your learning. -Why some people learn by hearing, doing, music, or moving. -How to rehearse and practice to achieve expertise in record time. -How to use the secret superpower of spaced repetition. Rediscover your life with laser sharp focus and mental clarity. Learning to learn is one of the most valuable skills you will ever possess because it unlocks everything you want in life. Imagine learning any skill, hobby, or passion in just days versus months, and becoming good enough to make money with it. Imagine remembering important dates and appointments, and breezing through tests with less studying time than anyone. What could you accomplish if you could guarantee being able to learn and perfect it? Success in business, personal satisfaction, better relationships and friendships, and overall: creating the life you want. Reach your brain's potential by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page.

How To Think Like Einstein

Author: Scott Thorpe
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1492626295
Size: 24.24 MB
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You can be a genius too! Learn the skills and hacks from the greatest minds in history! From creative business and to improving relationships, How to Think Like Einstein provides the tools for the everyday challenges at the home and in the office. Innovator and author Scott Thorpe guides you step-by-step through the process of freeing yourself from your "rule ruts" so you can dream up amazing (and doable) solutions to the seemingly impossible. With brand-new material for today's readers, this new edition will reveal how you can solve problems in astonishing ways, including: • thinking like a bug • organizing a party • learning the game of poker • pretending you're James Bond • acting like a millionaire • and more!

Moonwalking With Einstein

Author: Joshua Foer
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101475973
Size: 36.28 MB
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The blockbuster phenomenon that charts an amazing journey of the mind while revolutionizing our concept of memory An instant bestseller that is poised to become a classic, Moonwalking with Einstein recounts Joshua Foer's yearlong quest to improve his memory under the tutelage of top "mental athletes." He draws on cutting-edge research, a surprising cultural history of remembering, and venerable tricks of the mentalist's trade to transform our understanding of human memory. From the United States Memory Championship to deep within the author's own mind, this is an electrifying work of journalism that reminds us that, in every way that matters, we are the sum of our memories. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Thinking Like Einstein

Author: Thomas G. West
Publisher: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 1615922970
Size: 80.76 MB
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Thinking like Einstein is a refreshing intellectual drink in the drought of contemporary visual literacy. It raises important issues and historical facts that restore the balance-of-power between non-verbal/visual creative thinking and verbal/math creative thinking. The book is a valuable tool that recognizes the potency of data-driven digital visualization and empowers our visual technological futures. It is a must read for any visualization educator.-Professor Donna Cox, Director, Visualization and Experimental Technologies, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of IllinoisThis book is a fascinating look at the history of the relationship between logical and visual thinking. There are aspects to this history that are both frightening and encouraging and, with the current pendulum swing back towards visualization as a respectable thinking tool, it provides an important guide to what has been done before and what can be done in the future.-Dr. James F. Blinn, Graphics Fellow at Microsoft Research, MacArthur Fellow, and columnist for IEEE Computer GraphicsAlbert Einstein once said that all of his most important and productive thinking was done by playing with images in his imagination. Only in a secondary stage did he translate - with great effort, he says - these images into the language of words and mathematics that could be understood by others.According to Thomas G. West, Einstein was a classic example of a strong visual thinker, a person who tends to think in images and visual patterns, and sometimes has difficulty with words and numbers. In his awarding-winning book, In the Mind''s Eye, West discussed the connections between highly talented, visually oriented persons like Einstein and certain learning disabilities such as dyslexia. Now, in Thinking Like Einstein, West investigates the new worlds of visual thinking, insight, and creativity made possible by computer graphics and information visualization technologies. He argues that, with the rapid spread of inexpensive and powerful computers, we are now at the beginning of a major transition, moving from an old world based mainly on words and numbers to a new world where high level work in all fields will eventually involve insights based on the display and manipulation of complex information using moving computer images.West profiles several highly creative visual thinkers, such as James Clerk Maxwell, Nikola Tesla, and Richard Feynman, pointing out that there is a long history of using visualization rather than words or numbers to solve problems. Citing the longstanding historical conflicts between image lovers and image haters, West examines the relationship of art, scientific knowledge, and differences in brain capabilities - observing how modern visual thinkers with visualization technologies seem to have learned how to cut through the problems of overspecialization in academia and in the workplace.West predicts that computer visualization technology will radically change the way we all work and think. For thousands of years the technology of writing and reading has tended to promote the dominance of the left hemisphere of the brain, with its linear processing of words and numbers. Now the spread of graphical computer technologies is permitting a return to our visual roots with a new balance between hemispheres and ways of thinking - presenting new opportunities for problem solving and big picture thinking. Thus, he argues that the newest technologies will help us to reaffirm some of our oldest capabilities, allowing us to see previously unseen patterns and to restore a balance in thought and action.Thomas G. West is a writer, lecturer and consultant based in Washington, DC. In connection with In the Mind''s Eye, he has been invited to provide over 200 presentations, interviews and documentary segments for computer, business, education, art, design, scientific and medical groups in the U.S. and fourteen countries overseas.More on In the Mind''s Eye

How To Think Like Einstein

Author: Daniel Smith
Publisher: Michael O'Mara
ISBN: 1782432698
Size: 31.25 MB
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Best known as the creator of the world's most famous equation, E=mc2, Albert Einstein's theories of relativity challenged centuries of received wisdom dating back to Newton. Without his groundbreaking work in relativity and quantum physics, our knowledge of the cosmos might lag decades behind where it is today. But Einstein was not only an extraordinary scientific thinker. He was a humanitarian who detested war and tried to stem the proliferation of hitherto unimaginably destructive weapons that his work had in part made possible. He spent a lifetime fighting authoritarianism and promoting personal freedom, selflessly standing up to those who posed a threat to those ideals. He was also a bona fide superstar and was instantly recognizable to millions who had not the least understanding of the intricacies of his scientific theories. Even now, the image of the tussled-hair 'mad professor' poking his tongue out at the camera is familiar across the globe. In How to Think Like Einstein, you can explore his unique approach to solving the great scientific mysteries of his age and trace the disparate ideas and influences that helped shape his personality and outlook - for better and worse.

Think Like Einstein

Author: Peter Hollins
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781546792635
Size: 32.16 MB
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Develop clarity of thought. Avoid analysis paralysis. Make better decisions. Never miss a beat. Clear and effective thinking clashes with most of our instincts and habits. Think Like Einstein will shine a light onto the mistakes you've been making and show you how to defeat them once and for all. Learn to think outside the box. Think Like Einstein is a scientifically proven guide for improving your critical thinking skills and developing a sense of intuition and judgment. You will learn how to attack problems from a multitude of angles and generate solutions that previously seemed impossible. This book is not a simple list of tips - it is full of 100% actionable insights into human psychology and action patterns. Discover what is holding you back from quick strategic thinking and decision making that can make huge differences in your life. Analyze situations, people, and data better. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with dozens of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. Create consistent flashes of insight in your daily life. -Discover the four types of obstacles to clear thinking. -What Mozart, Chess, and brain training programs mean for you. -How an ancient Greek method can help you discover your information gaps. -How to make optimal decisions with the given information. Work smarter; not harder. Improve your focus and productivity. -How to help your brain perform at its peak. -How to think creatively in any situation. -Understanding everyday data, statistics, and probabilities. -Einstein's most effective thinking technique. These are the skills that allow you to live the life you want. It was Socrates himself who once said, "The unexamined life is not worth living." When you can think effectively and creatively, you will be able to tackle your problems and take advantage of your opportunities. You will work faster than others, catch more mistakes, discover more insight, and create better outcomes and conclusions. Thinking better doesn't just help you in school or work - it helps you with people, fixing the toilet, and even deciding what to eat for dinner. You will be able to find the path of least resistance yet biggest impact consistently. You might not discover a new theory of relativity like the book's namesake, but you will gain a drastically different approach to life. Reach your brain's potential by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page.

Einstein Zen

Author: Conrad P. Pritscher
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781433108709
Size: 70.61 MB
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This book makes a strong case for free schooling, comparing the mind of Albert Einstein – who said much – to Zen conscious practice, which says little but encompasses everything. Examining the work of brain researchers, neuroscientists, physicists, and other scholars to illuminate the commonalities between Einstein’s thought and the Zen practice of paying attention to one’s present experience, the book reveals their many similarities, showing the development of self-direction as a key to fostering compassionate consideration of others and to harmonious, semi-effortless learning and living. Examples demonstrate that students who choose to study what is interesting, remarkable, and important for them tend to become more like Einstein than students with the rigid school curricula; students who are free to learn often demonstrate empathy, and less rigid rule-following, while involved in the process of imaginatively becoming their own oracles and self-educators.

Dancing With Einstein

Author: Kate Wenner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416585442
Size: 33.97 MB
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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.

The Einstein Factor

Author: Win Wenger
Publisher: Harmony Books
ISBN: 9780761501862
Size: 41.94 MB
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Introduces exercises and techniques designed to access the subconscious to increase intelligence, improve memory, increase creativity, and buid self-esteem

Einstein

Author: Walter Isaacson
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061893897
Size: 36.78 MB
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Presents the life and achievements of Albert Einstein, focusing on his rise from struggling patent clerk to eminent scientist and providing descriptions of the famous personalities and political upheavals of the time period in which he lived.