Andy Will gets great success with BrainIgnite - a review and case study
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Intelligence is like finger prints, all children are born with them yet no two are alike. Take a moment to look at your finger tips, notice the how the lines swirl, wave and curve to create patterns. These seemingly random lines form a signature that identifies you from all others and yet, unless you are aware of what is specific about them, they would not look any different from those of anybody else. Your child has an innate signature of [...]

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Andy Will gets great success with BrainIgnite - a review and case study


Client Name: Andreas Will Location: Germany Status: Student — working towards his doctorate in business Age: 33 years old BrainIgnite Member Since: April 7th, 2010 VPA: Taylor Wilson, President of Volition Before: Andy was an iMusic user for a few years– when he heard about the BrainIgnite program, he wasn’t sure how this would help create more improvement considering he was already using iMusic CDs each day, but after we explained the benefits of the BrainIgniter Player and a customized [...]

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Boys, if your idea of an ideal girl is based solely on beauty – not the brain – because you are clever enough for two, think again. Swedish scientists found out in a study that a wife’s intelligence has more to do with a man’s long life and good health than his education. In a study published at PubMed.com, “for men, the wife’s education is more important for the mortality risk than his own education when the man’s social class [...]

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Ear lobe massage lowers stress and tension


With economic difficulties on the horizon longer than we hoped for, stress looms over people’s shoulders. A back rub would be great. We bet that if you were to inquire with your local health club we would find a rise in the number of patrons’ visits. Zen Habits has an interesting post:  8 Unconventional Ways to De-Stress and Release Tension. Get a load of this: 1. Massage your ears; 2. Finger paint; 3. Strip down your living room; 4. Try [...]

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We simply can not over emphasize the importance of sleeping. Especially now that scientists link lack of sleep to Alzheimer’s, obesity, heart ailments, and even death, among others. Check out 5 of the dangers associated with chronic lack of sleep: 1. Alzheimer’s Disease – that dreaded ailment anyone approaching the age of 65 starts worrying about. Why? It afflicts 34 million worldwide (Alzheimer’s Disease International), and this number could increase by more than 35 million by 2010. In a study [...]

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Your favorite tunes can affect you in more ways than you think


Whether you’re singing along Lady Gaga’s Paparazzi, or head-banging to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” in your Guitar Hero, you get a certain level of high – no matter how out of tune you may be. Listen to a Tchaikovsky or a Rachmaninoff, or a Mendelssohn symphony and you will be moved to tears. Listen to Steppenwolf while cruising on a highway, and you’d feel like flooring your gas pedal. For most people, whether it is a melodious melancholic Alicia Keys [...]

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