|Preface to revised edition ||xiii|
|PART ONE : APPROACHES AND ATTITUDES-HOW TO GET THE BEST OUT OF YOUR MIND ||1|
|The Young Manager/Professional ||11|
|Your brain: or why you can look down on computers ||15|
|The pleasures of bribery ||17|
|How not to bribe yourself ||18|
|Using your brain's natural facility ||19|
|Discover your own best method of working ||21|
|Be honest with yourself, but not puritanical ||22|
|The problem of parents, and the limitations of 'hard work' ||24|
|If you get bored with something, then STOP ||26|
|Think of your brain as the strongest muscle you possess ||34|
|Keep physically alert as well as mentally aware ||34|
|Take time out for rest and recuperation ||36|
|Never be afraid to ask ||36|
|Keep reviewing your work ||37|
|Remind yourself what your ultimate achievement will be ||38|
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Brain Train: Studying for Success.
Contributors: Richard Palmer - Author.
Publisher: E & FN Spon.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: vii.
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