Nine incredible books to help sharpen your brain!

We would achieve so much more if we could just find a way to optimize our brain’s performance. Today, We offers you a chance to do precisely that! Listed below are nine books that will help you keep your mind running in high gear, producing one brilliant solution after another. All you need to do is arm yourself with patience and optimism and start practicing!

’Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything’ Joshua Foer

’Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything’ Joshua Foer

The book tells of the twelve months the author spent trying to fathom his own memory — its inner workings, natural defense mechanisms, and hidden potentials. Also described are the methods developed by Mr. Foer for memory training.

’Train Your Brain For Success: Read Smarter, Remember More, and Break Your Own Records’ Roger Seip

’Train Your Brain For Success: Read Smarter, Remember More, and Break Your Own Records’ Roger Seip

A selection of tried-and-true recipes that might appear trivial yet work like a charm! Try them, and you’ll forget you ever had memory problems!

’Stay Smart: 100 Exercises to Keep Your Brain Sharp’ Charles Phillips

’Stay Smart: 100 Exercises to Keep Your Brain Sharp’ Charles Phillips

This book is a veritable treasure trove of riddles that will help you develop your intellect. Start off with a simple enough ’warm-up,’ then move on to a proper mental ’workout,’ before finally attempting a true cerebral equivalent of an advanced obstacle course! All of this plus a scattering of fascinating facts about the human brain!

’The Sherlock Holmes Puzzle Collection’ Richard W. Galland

’The Sherlock Holmes Puzzle Collection’ Richard W. Galland

A collection of incredible brain benders that should enthrall kids and grown-ups alike! Speaking of your little ones, they’re sure going to love the sheer variety of puzzles contained in this book — from simple ones to those worthy of the great Sherlock Holmes himself!

’Your Brain: The Missing Manual’ Matthew MacDonald

’Your Brain: The Missing Manual’ Matthew MacDonald

A book that offers answers to many important questions, such as: Why do we fall in love? What makes us leave our bed early in the morning? How and what should we eat to stay healthy? What can we do to ’recharge’ our brain? How can we improve our memory?

The author does a great job summing up and explaining the latest developments in neurobiology, psychology, and dietary studies. You’ll find tons of useful information in this great tabletop compendium!

’Train Your Brain: 60 Days to a Better Brain’ Ryuta Kawashima

’Train Your Brain: 60 Days to a Better Brain’ Ryuta Kawashima

A leading Japanese neurophysiologist, Ryuta Kawashima, has developed this 60-day course to optimize your brain. Consisting of simple logical exercises, it does a fantastic job of stimulating the performance of your ’little gray cells.’

’Train Your Brain: Teach Yourself’ Terry Horne and Simon Wootton

’Train Your Brain: Teach Yourself’ Terry Horne and Simon Wootton

An assortment of practical exercises, mind teasers, games, and tests that help bolster your intelligence. The authors also offer some invaluable advice relating to diet and healthy lifestyle.

’Your Brain at Work: Strategies for Overcoming Distraction, Regaining Focus, and Working Smarter All Day Long’ David Rock

’Your Brain at Work: Strategies for Overcoming Distraction, Regaining Focus, and Working Smarter All Day Long’ David Rock

This book sheds light on the reasons that lead to our minds becoming overworked. Just as importantly, the author provides helpful instructions on how to restore your mental faculties and get them into high gear once again. You will find out how to keep calm in any situation and develop the ability to make the right decisions in a crisis.

’The Brain Power Workout’ Joel Levy

’The Brain Power Workout’ Joel Levy

You can train your mind just as you train your body — by increasing the capability of your memory and heightening your analytical abilities and decision-making speed. Joel Levy’s book contains tests that will help you find out your IQ level and determine the areas that need ’beefing up.’ The author also provides a description of simple exercises that should produce desired results!