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21Jun/091

The Talent Code Review

The Talent CodeI don't know about you but for me learning new tasks, jobs and hobbies can be a daunting challenge sometimes. For instance, I've been wanting to learn how to play the drums but in looking at my life I wonder "When will I have the time to practice to get to be as good as I would like to be?" Have you ever found yourself asking the same question? Enter The Talent Code. This book is like the idiots guide to neuroplasticy or a skill growing 101 at your local college. It takes the stand point that skills (or talents) are not something that is just given to us but something each and everyone of us can earn!

While this book does use some science and medical terminology it does so in a way that any new comer to the fields would be able to pick it up and feel comfortable with the content. The author does an excellent job of explaining how your brain forms skills and how it improves upon them through the learning process. It then takes you through the various ways to manipulate this process to make your brain work on your talents and skills for you instead of having to work on them yourselves. It's an easy and quick read that will leave you feeling like you can take on the world and change your life!

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  1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the talent code. Regards


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