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"Many of the hacks here take advantage of the fact that the way you see your mind and your world are often radically related, if not often the same thing. What I mean is that a lot of these are not just mental exercises, but tricks for productivity, ways to communicate better, hacks for breaking bad habits, tips for time management, and creative ways to be more creative. It's not just about the hacks though. Mindhacker is also stocked with other (re)sources: Relevant URLs, books, and articles are listed on every page, along with the stories of the hacks' origins, and the book's website has even more, including pieces of code as well as complete programs."
—Roy Christopher, RoyChristopher.com
"The examples mentioned are just a couple that I found immediately useful, but this book seems like one I will return to again and again. Areas that may not seem as pressing to me today may well become very important to me tomorrow, and Mindhacker may be my best hope yet in fighting off senility."
—Greg Barbrick, BlogCritics
"There's a real embarrassment of riches in this book, all of which are well-researched and scientifically rigorous, which reflects Ron’s psychology background. This is a book that seems tailor-made for browsing. "Mindhacker" is extensively cross-referenced. When you pick this book up, you'll find yourself zooming around the pages, bouncing from hack to hack to hack. I was already a fan of the previous book, "Mind Performance Hacks," and this is certainly a worthy sequel, in spirit if not in fact. It will definitely become part of my personal canon, and if you're really serious about stretching your mind, it should be part of yours, too."
—David Delony, Walyou.com
"Mindhacker really is a good match to Grey Matters readers, as it is all about improving your mind, and having fun while doing so. It's approachable, educational, fun, and neither intimidating nor condescending in tone. I highly recommend Mindhacker. If you haven't already picked up "Mind Performance Hacks," do your mind a favor and pick them up together."
—Scott Cram, Grey Matters blog
They say the mind is a computer, right? Boost its performance with this collection of mind-blowing ideas to improve your memory, creativity, logic skills, communication, and more. Put these tips to work, and you'll find your mind processes information more efficiently than you ever thought possible.
Be more creative and productive by
wooing the muse of the odd
making happy mistakes
mining the future
Manage your time with
a mental datebook
MET (Mission Elapsed Time)
a different type of clock
Master math and logic with
your own personal notations
the use of abduction
a trip to the fourth dimension
Improve your memory by
building a memory dungeon
mixing up your facts
spacing your repetitions
Enhance your learning ability when you
identify your personal sacred books
learn by teaching
study kid stuff
...and 45 more!
Visit www.wiley.com/go/mindhacker for code, various programs, and a few surprises
This was a great purchase. There are some well known things in this book as well as some unique things, but it would be great for a beginner finding ways to increase their... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MarcSpectre
Ron Hale Evans in "Mindhacker" introduces techniques familiar to those who have sought to use "peg", "link", and numero-phonetic systems to garner the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gerald D'Arezzo
Ron has gathered many life-enhancing methods you can use to improve your mind. Then, he explains how to put them into
If you like a few tidbits of wisdom with a huge helping of filler this book is for you. Disappointing.Published 14 months ago by AlexCAR
One does not need to master all 60 hacks in this book. If you can find just a few that work for you, the book will be totally worth it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Anonimas Lee
Very interesting and wanted to improve on my best tool that i think I have. Also, I offer advice secretly to people without them knowing and I needed new tools.Published 19 months ago by B. Lumbreras
Mindhacker promises 60 tips, tricks and games to take your mind to the next level. There are hacks on time management, learning, memory creativity and more. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Cathy Stucker
Plenty of people who rated just as I did waxed poetically enough for the rest of us.
+ Occasionally Good food for thought
- Not a whole lot of actual tips, and a whole... Read more
This book is an excellent resource for better brain management. The content is delivered in an easily digestible manner that makes it all the more valuable as a resourcePublished on August 6, 2012 by George J. Papison