Mindhacker: 60 Tips, Tricks, and Games to Take Your Mind to the Next Level
It delivers on the title – the book is a description of 60 habits and mind exercises you can do to get smarter.
It’s okay. Some of the chapters are really drawn-out/padded, and the authors go down really esoteric rabbit holes sometimes – there’s a weirdly long chapter in there about 4D modeling/thinking that just goes on and on.
This is one of those books that doesn’t lend itself to casual reading. To really get value out of it, I think you’d need to take, like, a week for each tip, put it into practice, evaluate the results, etc.
Also, my ebook was infuriatingly confusing because of poor formatting. Chapter headings were just bolded text, and they didn’t start on a new page. Headings and subheadings were the same size, and one of them was centered (I couldn’t even tell which level it was supposed to be). It seems minor, but it made the text harder to follow. Sometimes I would start an entirely new chapter without realizing it.
- I have read this book. According to my records, I completed it on July 8, 2020.
- I own a(n) digital copy of this book.