Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Be Smarter & More Creative Instead of Worrying!

According to Dr. Paul Nussbaum, a neuropsychologist from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, start thinking differently by exposing your mind to new and more challenging experiences which can gain you intellectual skills.

Try learning a new skill, and as you move from a newbie to an expert, you can make neural connections which can enable you to think faster with lesser effort.

Always practice to relax which will let you synthesize info in new ways.

Learn to appreciate experiences from multiple perspectives to enhance your creativity.

Switch your side of the bed. Even smaller changes in your environment can help stimulate your brain and help it build neural circuitry.

Are you dreaming of your own dream house? Practice designing it on your on by picking a location and layout. Focusing on certain facts and ignoring others strengthen your frontal lobes, where problem solving occurs.