Brain 2.0. Personal Development in the XXI Century [Russian Edition] Audiobook, by Rob Sherwood Play Audiobook Sample

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Author: Rob Sherwood Narrator: Stanislav Ivanov Publisher: Author's Republic Audio Length: Release Date: July 2017 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781518957215

Publisher Description

In the modern world you constantly have to rush somewhere. You do not have time to look around, half my life already disappeared around the bend. I would like to recall the statement of the classic on this subject, but here's the problem - it is impossible! How so? Where is this knowledge? Why over the years, has solving simple tasks become so complicated? As we age, does our ability to think deteriorate? Unfortunately, this is true!

The older we get, the less we are able to think. The brain is starting to degrade. This process is inevitable, if we are not regularly engaged in development of the brain. This book presents a set of methods for the development of mental abilities of the brain. They not only help to preserve the clarity of your mind for years to come, but also will allow you to open new facets of your ability.

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About the Narrator

Robert Kiyosaki is best known as the author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad—the bestselling personal finance book that has challenged and changed the way tens of millions of people around the world manage their finances . An investor, entrepreneur, and educator, his perspectives on money and investing fly in the face of conventional wisdom. In 1994 he sold his business and, through his investments, was able to retire at the age of forty-seven.