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This was a disappointment, and the only thing I think it got me to improve on was my accuracy at slamming books down in disgust. Mar 05, Rick Bavera rated it it was amazing Shelves: With such a large verity there is sure to be an lest one farth everyone to enjoy. Trivia About Brain Trust: The book is a very condense and simplified guide to the many curious things in life that is happening around This book is a collection of life hacks that beain supported by scientific experiments.

Jul 06, Ami rated it it was ok. I brushed them over and didn’t really consider any of them. Brain Trust consists of many little essays relating science to problem-solving.

I would recommend it to people with many points of interest It was on my favorites list for a while. The book Brain Trust does a good job of talking about “trivial” things, like making paper airplanes, the colors needed on a map, delayed gratification, or how to scam-proof yourself. Some of the “secrets” were really interesting to read about.


Preview — Brain Trust by Garth Sundem. Mar 20, Joshua McDowell rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was actually obvious to us that what was attributed to evolution just reaffirmed the design of sundrm Creator.

There’s a nice mix of psych and behavior with more physical sciences, and it is really fascinating. My favorite quote from this paperback braun the title of one of the sections in it; “Eat more to eat less” because I liked the sound of it.

But after reading this book you do have a brand new idea about how things could be done differently. And resist the urge to eat more. On the one hand, it provides insight into behavioral choices and evolutionary patterns.

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Feb 11, Daniel Sperry rated it it was amazing Shelves: As less people notice when it’s in plain sight than they do when someone is sneakily doing it behind them.

Feb 28, Melanie rated it liked it Shelves: Another addition to the pop “brain science” books I’ve been enjoying this year. tarth

Apr 19, Lauren rated it liked it Shelves: Ranging from interesting to weird to hilarious, the essays within yield some interesting tidbits. In fact, I was in awe that he could explain such complicated scientific findi I’m a total science geek, so I was really happy when I won Brain Trust on Goodreads. Truth be told, this a great sunem fun read. But I don’t think that’s what the author wanted. Sundm to Read saving….


Garth Sundem on ‘Brain Trust’

Tends to make you think differently about a lot of them. One can even make you a third robotic arm if you want. To do the opposite is to be frustrated at not being able to engage further in an idea. Good exercise in exercising your brain with some fun yet useful trivia.

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Some topics made eundem sense while others were surprising. Sundem also explained many psychological effects that are very commonly used in marketing and policies today. If Wikipedia can explain concepts like quantum gravity and Hawking’s work in the field, surely a book on better decision making can do the same.

This book is fast paced, sometimes funny, and most important I am then left with a vague, almost dream like memory of useless facts.

Brain Trust

Just a moment while we sign gartb in to your Goodreads account. Mar 16, Leslie rated it it was amazing. Sometimes I like books that are divided in lots of little parts because I can pick them up and put them down pretty easily and don’t feel too guilty leaving them to sit for a few weeks before resuming my read.

Reviewing this book is conflicting. I received this book for Christmas.