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Tips for Boosting Your Intelligence

Part Two of Two Our brains don’t stop growing and developing the day we graduate from high school or college. Far from it! The human brain is continuing to develop throughout our lives and scientists and doctors agree that you need to feed it in order for it to flourish. Here are a few ways to “feed your brain”: Do a puzzle. Jigsaw, crossword, logic problems – it doesn’t seem to matter which kind. Your brain loves it! Tackle a jigsaw puzzle a few nights a week instead of watching television. Or sit down and do a crossword puzzle with your partner. You may just see that you are not only spending more quality time with loved ones, but you are feeding your brain. Read a book. “Scientific studie

Understanding Intelligence

Part One or Two Maya Angelou said “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.” We are always learning and searching for better ways to do things. Be it a better way to think, or finding more information to help us come to a decision about a particular issue, we as humans are naturally curious. When we make a mistake, we learn from it. When we have questions, we ask people who will know the answer. When that doesn't work – we turn to Google, Facebook, Twitter, Quora, Reddit and beyond. The problem is, we are suffering from too MUCH information. We are surrounded by so much Internet spam and noise that it’s sometimes hard to get the information that is pertinent to

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