Train Your Brain
- Mental Toughness Training for Winning in Life Now!
- Narrated by: Kirk Hanley
- Length: 48 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 10-16-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: Yap Kee Chong
Regular price: $3.95
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Get your hands on Train Your Brain: Mental Toughness Training for Winning in Life Now! You can't go wrong with this audiobook because it's written to improve your cognitive skills and throughout the process your brain will not be overworked. Think about this as like building a figurative mental shield around your brain; one that's so tough that unless it's good for something, anything outside of it can't get in and overwhelm you. The training in this audiobook will help you to bring about this mental toughness or shield that will in general, improve your life. Once you start seeing what a positive difference these improved cognitive skills can make for you, you'll wonder why you didn't start putting these things into practice sooner.
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By Stacey on 04-28-14
Don't waste your brain on this!
This blurb on this book purports that, "You can't go wrong with this audiobook because it's written to improve your cognitive skills and throughout the process your brain will not be overworked." This is flat out crap. There are chapters on Long term memory, short term memory, amnesia--but maybe 1-2 minutes spent on exercises to do for MEMORY! This is definitely not what it says it will be. Further, Kirk Hanley's voice is scratchy and hard to listen to. DO NOT BUY!
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By P. Leveraas on 02-14-14
No training here
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
People who need a basic understanding of how the brain works. Very basic.
Has Train Your Brain turned you off from other books in this genre?
How could the performance have been better?
By delivering what the title promises.
What character would you cut from Train Your Brain?
The author and the narrator.
Any additional comments?
This book is a waste of time in terms of actually training anything, except maybe one's tolerance level.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful