Brain Power: Learn to Improve Your Thinking Skills

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Touchstone, Apr 16, 1980 - Psychology - 324 pages
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Do you want to expand your mental power? Think more clearly, logically, and creatively? Improve your memory? Solve problems and make decisions more effectively?

Brain Power introduces the six functional thinking abilities you need to become an adaptive, innovative thinker. As you develop your ability to think on your feet, to isolate and arrange facts, and to avoid logical pitfalls you will see how to use creative problem solving strategies, both in business and in private life. With practical exercises to improve your full range of mental capabilities from concentration to intuition, management consultant Karl Albrecht answers all your questions on becoming a more efficient and effective thinking.

Offering a gold mine of ideas and techniques to use in most any situation, Brain Power provides fascinating illustrations, games, and puzzles that will stimulate and expand your brain power.

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Read it five times plus, gave many copies away to friends! Highlighted almost the whole book! Not only opens an intellectual door but an intuitive door too! ~ Larry O. Blevins ~

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What can I tell you, it changed my life. When I read this 30 years ago I was into a lifestyle of excess. Lots of drinking and smoking of pot. My mates and me were by no means Hunter S. Thompson but ... Read full review

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Karl Albrecht is a respected management consultant and executive adviser, strategic thinker, futurist, author, dynamic speaker, and an innovator whose contributions seem to defy labels, categories, and pigeonholes. He is the author of more than twenty books and many articles on professional achievement, organizational performance, and business strategy. His writings include Social Intelligence: the New Science of Success; Practical Intelligence: the Art and Science of Common Sense; the Mindex Thinking Style Profile; and The Social Intelligence Profile.

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