this book is harder than change your brain change your body.
very hard to understand. will take re-reading to get it.
I have been reading and rereading Use Both sides of your brain for over 10 years.
The Edward Hughes story is highly motivating. Read more
small book but its a life saver the book has great resource on how to use mental skills
and is a worth while buy and asset
Tony's Buzan's book and ideas about "mindmaps" got many people excited. We all read the story of Edward Hughes who used mindmaps and went from a mediocre schoolboy to making... Read morePublished on August 15, 2012 by Judith R. Fishel
The book is limited and not applicable. It will be better if it is thicker: more examples and author's (or others') experiences.Published on May 19, 2012 by Pippi
Book arrived in a reasonably short time and was in good physical condition. My one complaint is that the description of the book's condition should have identified that the... Read morePublished on February 25, 2012 by mphillips13579
There is lots of explanation how the brain works, but there is very little to actually learn how to use your brain.
I don't recommend it.
This book gives you tools to build better mind maps. I am a technical writer and I use mind maps to organize the processes and procedures I write about. Read morePublished on July 31, 2011 by KM
Page 113 in the index still shows "The study book is a threat", it is page 119 in my 1983 edition. The two pages preceding this heading are most likely still there, although the... Read morePublished on February 16, 2011 by Hibernating Hummingbird