Everyone has a bit of the Faustian frustration about him or her. We all want stronger, better, more powerful brains and minds. We will do anything, from taking nootropic and psychotropic drugs to doing brain gym exercises. We do these somewhat haphazardly.
In order to optimize your time invested in building the asset value of your intellectual abilities (the very essence of Braintenance and The Braintenance Blog) you should first determine the areas of cognitive skill where you feel deficient, and where strengthening is required; secondly, you must find the best possible exercises and protocols which can, if undertaken properly, most efficiently strengthen these areas.
The is a wonderful little Lumosity program which I've been looking at which will allow you to put your desired areas of improvement into a form (through a series of multiple choices), and which will then "crank out" the best program to suit your needs. It is fun and worth a try.
The areas which can be developed (according to the folks at Lumosity, who spend a fortune on advertising and promoting their brand and special variety of brain training exercises) are these:
- Flexibility; and,
Please give it a try -- its free, but priceless.
Click on: Douglas E. Castle's Fun With Lumosity!
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Douglas E. Castle for The Braintenance Blog