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Supercharging Your Brain Without Make-Believe

April 18, 2011


I went to see the movie Limitless starring Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro.  It is the story about a guy whose life has peaked at low level of achievement who is given a drug that supercharges his brain so that he can learn anything and everything very quickly. 

This make-believe drug supercharges his ability to absorb information.  It is interesting that when they portray him consuming this amazing amount of information, it seems unlike reading because the information flows effortlessly through his eyes into his brain.  Of course, only super-humans with make-believe drugs could possibly do that, right?

As he learns more and more, he becomes wealthier and more powerful.  At least, they made a clear connection between knowledge and wealth and power.  The more you know, the better able you are to spot trends and take advantage of them.

In the television show Chuck on NBC, the lead character is visually exposed to a brain absorption device that stores the entire spy agency database into his brain through his eyes within a few hours.  This supercharges his brain so that he can "flash" to access the information he didn't learn on his own, but was uploaded to his brain by a make-believe device.

These make-believe technologies may be in our future, but RPS is a real-life technology available today that can enhance your ability to absorb information through improved reading skills.  Two differences between these fantasy technologies and RPS is that RPS is real and it requires some effort for it to work.

The similarity is that reading more and knowing more will improve your chances of being successful.

John


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