Your IQ Is Much Higher Than You Think
By Dr. Michael Petty
Copyright 2012 Michael Petty
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Bill Gates, creator of Microsoft, has a very high IQ; his IQ score is said to be 160. He is worth about a hundred billion dollars.
You can raise your IQ through brainwave entrainment. Some people have learned how to exercise their brains to achieve a laser-like focus. Mental focus can be achieved through meditation.
Meditation is not just for monks. The focus you will gain through meditation will greatly increase you mind power and you can achieve focus in half an hour of practice, even less, each day.
Haven’t got half an hour to spare? You have that much time to spare and more because that half hour will speed your mind and concentration so that you gain more than half an hour just through gaining focus.
The monks who taught meditation did not mean for the power of mental focus to be used for selfish ends but in fact meditation that focuses the mind can be used for any purpose, to gain success in life, even to garner great wealth.
Meditation can be accelerated through brainwave entrainment, and brainwave entrainment is as easy as listening to mp3 tracks through a set of headphones.
Read on and I shall show you how to attain a genius IQ.
My Childhood Dream Was Threatened
As a child, my dream was to become an engineer. To realize my dream I knew I would have to do well in school in order to get into university. At that time in England, where I lived, the school system was divided into two tiers. The first tier was the sought-after grammar schools for the top 15% to 25% of children. Grammar school students were destined to be lawyers, doctors, engineers, accountants, scientists and other professionals.