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  • SubGenre:Learning Styles
  • Language:English
  • Pages:110
  • eBook ISBN:9798350945720
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350945713

Smart People

How To Build A Brilliant Mind In Your Children and Grandchildren - While Getting To Know Your Own Intellectual Prowess

by Zimmie Williams

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A book written as a guide to building a brilliant mind in young children. A mind that will give them an intellectual advantage in whatever field or occupational endeavor they choose to pursue
The book was written as a "How to Guide" for developing a superior intellect in the minds of young children, by exposure to reading, writing, musical instruments, problem solving, elevated thought processes and creative reasoning while they are very young. By providing a heightened degree of intellectual stimulus at an early age, the parent, grandparents and educators responsible for enrichment of a child's developing mind, can help them become an intellectual titan among their peer group members as they develop and grow into their own autonomous adult personality.
About the author
A book written by a retired Los Angeles Police Department patrol sergeant, and former United States Navy Sailor. The book was written and designed as a mechanism for incorporating many of the latest methods for developing a superior intellect in the young children of the book's readers who will go on to become the leadership of the future. By incorporating the principles outlined in this book, you can turn the young mind of your children and grandchildren into a "super computer." You can develop in them a mind that is superior to those of the young people they will go on to compete against in the modern world that their future will bring. A young child who is exposed to reading, writing, musical instruments, multi-tasking, divergent thinking, and problem solving, while their brain is still developing, will go on to become bankers, lawyers, architects, surgeons, bridge builders, captains of industry, congresspersons, and leaders in every field of endeavor they choose to pursue.