• Brain Training

  • Melatonin, Imagination, Neurons, and Psychology
  • By: John Feisel
  • Narrated by: Harry Thomson
  • Length: 5 hrs
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Brain Training

By: John Feisel
Narrated by: Harry Thomson
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Publisher's Summary

What is neuromarketing? Should I worry about it, or embrace it? 

What does psychological imagery do? Can it improve my life, and if so, how? Is it related to hypnotherapy?

 What does the hormone melatonin do? Can I have too much or too little? 

What about psychological mind-sets, how do I use them? Can they be used with mental imagery? 

All these questions and more are answered in this book. These are just a few of the subjects that will be covered to teach you the answers to your questions. 

In this audiobook, you will learn about:

  • Advantages and disadvantages of neuromarketing
  • Entrepreneurial neuromarketing
  • Promoting to your customer’s brain
  • Effective visualization when using mental imagery
  • Ways to use it and the different techniques available
  • Ways how expert golf enthusiasts and athletes use it to up their game
  • Application in various art techniques such as painting, and sculpting
  • Ways to increase your self-confidence with this technique
  • Information on melatonin and the pineal gland that produces it
  • The health advantages, side effects, best source, and ideal dose of melatonin
  • Ways to use psychological mind-sets to turn your life around. 
  • Steps to stop complaining about your life
©2019 John Feisel (P)2020 John Feisel

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A must read... uhm... listen

This is something you should listen to. It's a fascinating compilation of thoughts on the human brain and the neuroscience behind it.

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Nice book

I have always been intrigued by the human brain. This book sheds a lot of light on the neurotransmitters in our brain. It's a great read, or listen, for that same reason. I was also wondering about melatonin, since I have some of those pills for when I cannot sleep because of anxiety. Well, this book explains that perfectly too, so if these are the kinds of topics that interest you, then I recommend it. If not, move on. But yeah, I enjoyed it.

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Not bad

I am trying to point out something bad about this audiobook, but I can not. It's simply way too great. So without any more exaggeration, I just think everyone must think of listening to it.

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Got it

I enjoyed it so much that I may tune in to it again at some time. Despite of the author's knowledge about the idea, the storyteller was still the aspect I was most amazed with. This is what actually offered me on the author's book.