Our Brainpower Tips Contest
The contest has been discontinued for now. However, the winning
entries below will remain posted here.
Do you know a good way to increase your brainpower, score
higher on tests, think more creatively, solve problems, or develop
your intuition? If it isn't already covered here on the site,
or if you have a new way to apply one of the techniques here,
let me know, and you could win a prize.
Tell me about the technique, brain food, product, or whatever
it is in a paragraph or two. Each week I'll choose the best one
I get, and post the tip here. If yours is chosen, you'll win
any one of the e-books or reports at my site www.99reports.com.
I'll post your tip on it's own page, then announce it and
link to it below. I'll use your first name for privacy, or your
full name if you prefer. Tell me what country you are from as
February 2007 Winners
- Kyril, form the United States. A Memory
- Calle, from Sweden. Walking,
and other tips.
January 2007 Winners
- Steve, world citizen. Better
Listening for better brainpower.
- Jonathan, from the U.S. Pattern
Breathing and imaginary massages.
- Teryo, from the U.S. A Brainpower
Breathing Trick (part visualization exercise).
December 2006 Winners
- Zheng, from Singapore. A Multi-Modal
Memory Method used by imperial scholars in ancient China.
- Muhammad, from Pakistan. His idea for better thinking through
- Ana, from Ecuador. Her tips on Eating
- Benson, from (?). Four ideas for better Clarity
November 2006 Winners
- Vahid, from Iran. We're trying out one of his tips this
week: Cheese and Walnuts For
- Nat, from Australia. He has several tips, which you'll find
here: Brain Power.
- Gil, from the United States.The first winner! Read his entry
here: A Concentration Technique.
Suggestions To Get You Thinking
Is there a routine that you use to solve problems more effectively?
Is there a food or drink that helps you think better?
An exercise that seems to wake up your brain?
What do you do to prepare for a test?
Don't worry about the science, unless you have a theory or
evidence that goes with the tip. Just tell us what works for
you or others. If it is safe, readers can try it, and if it works
for enough of us, our anecdotal evidence might lead to more serious