Saturday, 22 August 2015

Tips to Improve Your IQ

We all want to be a little smarter, know a little more and figure things out a little faster. But with today's innovations and forms of entertainment, it is a little harder to accomplish. However, if you are looking for a way to improve your IQ, know that you are not alone and that there are many things you can do to achieve this. Just like a muscle you want to develop, the brain needs a work out as well if you want your IQ to improve.
Read more
I was definitely one of those who grew up with adults advising me to constantly read. What you may not realize, especially with distractions such as television, reading is a great exercise for your brain. Not only are you able to use your imagination as you go through a story, but you also develop a strong vocabulary. Dictionaries and thesauruses are available online to help you look up a word you are not familiar with. But reading is a definite way to help increase your IQ.
Physical activity is another sure way to help you get the IQ you want. By exercising, you are allowing your body to clear your head. This will allow you more energy to think of new ideas and concentrate on other things more easily.
Do puzzles
Whether it be a jigsaw puzzle, crosswords or sudoku, puzzles will help exercise your brain logically and analytically. You will be stimulating your mind a little more and improving your IQ in no time!

Write whenever you can
Because of today's technologies, we no longer do much writing. Try writing a letter or note instead of sending an email or text message. Switch up your writing hand as well to increase activity on the opposite side of your brain.
Listen to classical music
There is a theory called the Mozart effect that basically states that the more you listen to classical music, such as Beethoven, Chopin or Mozart, the more you are able to develop spatial temporary reasoning.
Get plenty of rest
Little to no rest is a great way to damage you mental powers to think clearly or concentrate. Be sure that you are getting plenty of rest every night. The recommended number of hours to sleep is 8 hours. If this is something you can't do, be sure to give yourself power naps when you are tired. A good 10 to 15 minutes worth of rest should help you to reboot your brain.
Keep the television off
Television can hinder you from getting the IQ you desire because it will not allow you to use your mind much. You are already given images and you are informed about the things going on by the shows dialogue. You should avoid becoming a television watcher since it will only increase your chances of becoming a coach potato. You can also help boost your IQ by eating right. Involve yourself in activities that will make use of your brain.
Eat right
Did you know that there are food for the brain? Fish is a great source of brain food. Also, by adding Omega 3 to your diet, you will be helping yourself improve your IQ.

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Friday, 21 August 2015

You Learn Best by Doing

Thomas Edison, inventor and innovator, leader and entrepreneur, one of the greatest minds in the history of the human species, once said: “I only hear and I forget. I see and I may remember. But I do and I understand.” Edison’s quote here is an eloquent and simple manner of expressing a singularly inarguable fact, a fact that high achievers have always known: the best way to grasp new information and turn it into new results, skills, and the completion of goals is not just to learn new things but to apply them.
There’s no secret. Human beings can definitely learn by hearing, reading, watching, seeing, and analysing…but when it comes to getting results you simply cannot learn better than to learn by DOING.  You learn best by doing. So do I. 
Think of how you learned as a child. Remember how you mastered your mother tongue, the way you picked up the trick to tying your shoes, how to get your parents’ attention when you were hungry, sleepy, or cranky, or think on the trial-and-error scared-but-joyful minutes and hours of your first couple of bicycle rides. Did you read how to do those things from a book and then just magically have the skill? Or did you learn these things by doing them, and in the practice get feedback on how to get better, until eventually you could do it without thinking?
That’s why the best trainings of any kind are interactive, and that includes learning “how to” information or new skills, both in school and on the job. When you set out to really learn something, whether it’s the science of building rockets like the teenagers in that favourite inspirational movie of mine “October Sky”, or how to get results for a real estate business through internet marketing like the members in my free apprenticeship for aspiring real estate investors, finding what works to best train the human brain isn't about just seeking more information. And while we all love to have fun and live life, the purpose of seeking knowledge to ‘hear’ and to ‘see’ as Edison would say, is certainly not to just entertain us.

If we want to get the most out of any powerful training or information designed to help us gain new competence (skills) and confidence (ability), then we need to take what we learn and immediately apply it to the real world through a practice-first and practice-often approach that allows the continual trial-and-error feedback loop we receive back from our efforts to give us much-needed data for the improvement of our success ratio.
That’s why the best education, whether it’s an academic course in school, or a training “how to” information such as those currently for sale in today’s world to teach you how to make more money, marketing tactics to get more customers, information on how to buy and sell properties, or  the specific strategies professional real estate entrepreneurs use to build wealth in real estate, or anything else, should be structured as a “learn by doing” experience. It should be an experience that, like we learned as children, that will literally take you by the hand and regularly stimulate your response, ask for your input, and channel your ability to take action on what you’re learning.

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Sunday, 16 August 2015

Maintain High-Level of Self-Motivation to Achieve Success in Life

Have you ever wondered why many a time’s people very close to achieving success encounter failure making them feel unhappy and unfulfilled? Though, this might seem to be strange yet there are obvious reasons to it. One of the main reasons why some people achieve success and many others don't is presence of self-motivation. While most of the people are motivated primarily by external rewards, it is this internal motivation that paves way for success.
There may be times when circumstances may make you lose confidence and faith in your own self and, in the worst case make you lose hope. Your family, friends and other social networks may support you to get out of this situation but at the end of the day you have to depend on your own resources and strengths. In other words, you got to become self-motivated failing which may make you feel disheartened and unfulfilled.
In order to motivate oneself to achieve success, one must be able to identify core desires. As a matter of fact, each one of us has the power to achieve his or her greatest desire but for that is - It is necessary to find the motivation and direction required to achieve that goal. Whatsoever, you wish to achieve in life, you must first identify your core desires, that is, things that drive you from within.
Once you have identified your core desires, you got to have the wisdom to be able to succeed. If you have proper planning and ideas in place, you can be sure of your success that can be achieved through self-motivation.
Having got your ideas in place, next thing that require to be done is to set goals and plan. Make sure the goals that you set for yourself are achievable. In your pursuit for success, you may encounter disappointment but the real fun lies in knowing how to overcome challenges
Besides your goal-setting, it is very necessary to have a dream. Without a vision, a person becomes directionless and does not know where he or she is heading to thus failing to develop a strategy.
You need to devote significant amount of energies and display your full potential into the venture you are engaging yourself in. Remember, if you wish to carve a niche for yourself, you would require deploying all your sincere efforts while reactivating your self-motivation mechanisms.
So, think rationally, aim realistically and learn to prioritize your goals for a happy, fulfilling and wholesome life. In fact, you got to be physically as well as mentally prepared, to keep your motivation at a high level in order to achieve success. 

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