If you enjoy your brain training, you’ll do it consistently.
How is this brain training different from other brain training methods?
This brain training uses a fun creativity method to keep and enhance your intelligence.
How do you do this brain training?
Use this eBooks’ 90 Brain Training Tips to analyse movies (and novels) that you watch. Write a film file about each movie. Develop this film file until you’re bored with it, then move onto the next movie and again write a film file.
Your film files are your creations, you own them. Come back to them at a later date and you’ll be amazed how much your creativity (intelligence) has increased.
These eBook 90 story writing tips (brain training tips) are for you to write your own stories. But by understanding these tips (tools) you’ll be able to analyze films to a much deeper level and to write your own film file regarding each movie. This is creative writing and great brain fitness.
You are brain training when you make the connections between the tips’ meaning and the interesting movie (or novel) you viewed.
Pretend that you wrote this movie’s screenplay and the movie is one of your drafts. Using the writing tips, analyse how the screenplay developed and what you would do different.
You can do this brain training for 10 minutes in your lunch hour (cell phone) or 10 hours at your home as you write your information into your film file you’ve made for that movie. This stimulates your creativity, which is wonderful brain fitness.
Record this film file in your computer or laptop (or on paper). When you record your film file creative thoughts, list the brain training tip number and write how the movie relates to that tip.
Grow this film file larger and more complex over weeks, months, and years. Watch the movie again and go back to the eBook for more creativity. You’ll be amazed how your increased creativity will enhance your film file and how this type of brain boosting never has to end.
What homework or research is necessary for this brain training method?
Your homework is to watch an interesting movie (or read a novel) that makes you think.
One good movie is enough to supply you with weeks or a month of brain training opportunities as you can refer this eBook’s tools to that movie you have watched.
You can add to your film files for as long as you desire because YOU OWN them – they are your creations. Keep your files and refer to them if you again when you again watch that movie. Your creativity and brain training will increase as your files continue to grow as you analyse favorite films.
Increasing your creative ability through this brain training will result in your having a higher intelligence and more confidence.
Creativity=intelligence=confidence=optimism is this eBook’s theme.
The Stimulus tools should be kept close at hand and easily available (cell phone, laptop) to arouse imagination, intellect and optimism – it’s like oxygen to a fire regarding brain maintenance and mental boosting.
What is Special about The Writers’ Stimulus Brain Training Tips?
EFFICIENCY. IT IS SHORT, CONCISE, INFORMATIVE AND EFFECTIVE. These summarized tools are what I wish I had had when I started fiction writing. In every screenplay I write, I refer to these story tips to make sure I’ve included everything I need for a solid story.
With the two most important subjects (math and writing ability) in business, university and high school dependent upon creativity (right brain), these brain boosting tools are effective from the teenage years right through adulthood.
Good luck with it.
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