Being smart does not elusively entailed going to school and getting a doctorate degree. Sure, there is nothing wrong with getting a traditional education, but what’s more important is self-education.
If you are someone who is continuously self-taught and never stops learning, you are building up your brain power at all levels that exceed beyond someone’s else who are confined to institutional learning.
The following tips are going to help you broaden your new level of education, guaranteed to make you smarter fast.
- Read Books (Even Audio Books)
Guess what? Reading is fundamental. However, who has not said to themselves that they don’t have enough time to read. If you’re one of those people who have used this excuse in the past, it’s time to change all that.
Reading doesn’t require you to spend hours and hours on a book every day. Instead, you can start with one page at a time. The purpose of reading is not solely to be entertained; it’s to increase your vocabulary, help with comprehension, and enlighten you with information.
Still don’t have time to physically pick up a book? No problem. Just pick up audio books that deliver the same thing. All it takes is for you to passively listen while going about your day.
- Learn One New Word
Every day, learn a new word. You can do this through a variety of methods. You could go to a dictionary and start with A and work your way to Z, or you could purchase a vocabulary book from a store. You could also go to websites that feature a new word daily.
The point is to memorize as many new words, and use them at least once in your daily routine. The increase in stimulated neural activities will strengthen your brain down the line.
- Pick Up a Musical Instrument
If you don’t play any musical instruments, then it’s time to learn. Why? Because you want to force your brain to not only work with hand-eye coordination, you want to incorporate complex elements of sound. This includes reading music, playing sounds, and tuning. This helps with a variety of different motor skills, and can even expand your memory.
Musicians are notorious for being able to hold millions of notes and sounds and memorize long complex patterns. Not only that, they have to understand timing, math, and so much more.
If you master just one instrument, you’ll be able to smarten up faster than others when it’s time to learn something new.
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