Unleashing Your Brilliance: Tools and Techniques to Achieve Personal, Professional and Academic Success

Walsh Seminars, 2005 - 284 pages
Students are usually not taught HOW to learn. This book explains how the brain processes information, and examines the effects on learning of emotions, beliefs, and inherent neural structure. Albert Einstein called our normal state the ?optical delusion of consciousness.? Almost all of our awareness is processed in our conscious minds. The interesting thing is that 90 percent of our mental processing is not conscious at all. Like an iceberg, only about 10 percent is obvious. Your brain learns in a way entirely foreign to how you have been taught. That?s a bold statement, and I am asking you to suspend your beliefs in traditional learning and teaching methods while you read this book. This will be to your advantage. My purpose in writing this book is to share what I have learned from my experience as a corporate trainer working with various cultures, and my training and research as a hypnotherapist and a practitioner of Neurolinguistic Programming. A great deal of my study dealt with what lies beyond conscious learning. In this book you will learn how the brain processes information, and how emotions and beliefs affect learning. You will discover that the way your brain is wired can be altered both intentionally and unintentionally. With this knowledge, you can effectively apply the accelerated learning tools and techniques found in the latter part of this book. No matter how well you think you learn, after reading this book, you will be able to achieve more, in less time, with less effort.

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