106 Impossible Things Before Breakfast: Brain Boosting Techniquesto Help You Achieve the Unachievable

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F+W Media, Oct 18, 2010 - Reference - 256 pages
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Can you imagine a knife that never dulls? A gun with no moving parts? A broken clock that tells time? To these and 103 other mind-bending mysteries, Dr. Michael Laufer and John Nolan reply, "Of course!" With a revolutionary approach to creative thinking, they show how you loosen the pathways of your grey matter to solve even the thorniest problem. By rehashing problems, redefining solutions, and finding out, above all, what you really want to do, you can vault over the biggest obstacles and accomplish the unthinkable. Whether it's showering without water, driving a car without an engine, or using a computer without electricity, these are high-level challenges to train your brain for breakout thinking. With 106 Impossible Things Before Breakfast, you'll be primed to solve the next "impossible" problem before lunchtime.

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Dr. Michael Laufer received his PhD in mathematics from the City University of New York Graduate Center, where he broke new ground in mathematical physics.

John Nolan, MA is employed by Personnel Decisions International, one of the world's leading global professional services consulting firms. He received a master's degree in industrial organizational psychology from New York University.

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