These strategies improve memory, boost mental performance, and support brain health.
1. Stimulate your brain to fire new neurons by engaging in mentally stimulating activities such as: analyzing data, creative writing, playing chess, strategizing, journaling, reading books written by smart people
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2. Feed your intelligence with foods that are shown to improve concentration, develop more focus and help with memory retention: such as omega 3 fats (fatty fish, avocados, nuts and seeds, MCT oil) and antioxidants (cacao, berries, green tea)
3. Balance the left and ride sides of your brain with regular activities that promote creativity and expansion of your consciousness, such as dancing, painting, transcendental meditation, etc…
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4. Learn to speak at least one more language (learning a new language creates novelty in your brain!)
Studies show that learning a new language increases the volume and density of gray matter, the volume of white matter, and brain connectivity.
5. Become an eloquent speaker who can present your arguments both firmly and empathetically for the other person’s point of view
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