Peak Brain Plasticity: Remember What You Want to Remember and Forget What You Can't Forget

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Said Hasyim, Mar 14, 2021 - Brain - 134 pages
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Unleash your brain's limitless potential with neuroscience.

Do you notice feeling more forgetful? Are you self-limiting your progress because you believe that your brain is old already? Do you have anxiety that you can't forget-even after trying every suggestion available?

This life-changing book contains the concept of neuroplasticity made digestible for everyone.

  • Strategies to enhance your brain capacity to superlearn and have better memory
  • Simple tricks to have fun mastering 62 foreign vocabularies that stick in your memory in as little as a month with less than 20 minutes daily, without paying for the expensive tuition fee
  • Solutions to get rid of anxiety from the inside and start to live again
  • Efficient studying methods to ace your exams without rehearsing late at night and sacrificing your sleep
  • The hidden dangers of your daily routine that increase the risk of getting brain diseases
  • 5 often-overlooked techniques to learn anything fast, and grow every single day
  • World-class memorizing techniques to remember shockingly long numbers, including 100 digits of Pi

With the secret ingredient that builds successful people, Peak Brain Plasticity unlocks your limitless brain power that you can use immediately to accelerate self-learning.

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About the author (2021)

Said Hasyim is a certified IT project manager with an obsession for finding the best ways to maximize his productivity. After half a decade of arduous self-experimentation and research into bio-hacks, Said discovered various methods to improve his productivity. Now, he hopes to share his findings with his readers in his Peak Productivity book series to unleash their inner potential.Find out more about Said at

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