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How to Become a Genius Fast

Updated on August 5, 2015

How to Become a Genius - The Fast Way

So you completely dedicate yourself to school or work and yet you don't seem to achieve the results you want. You wonder that you could reach if only you were more intelligent. How to Become a Genius Fast gathers all the information I collected in my journey to become smarter. I'm sure that if you follow the steps I provide you too will increase your IQ very fast.

These tips and tricks are going to focus on;

1) Increase your IQ.

2) Improve your Problem Solving Skills

3) Sharpen your mind

In a moment you will see that the tips are little and simple things you can do.

I even know that you will appreciate to do them!

Good luck and start improving your mind today!

Brain Games

Games that will sharp your mind


Sudoku is a very famous japanese number-placement puzzle.

The objective of this puzzle is to fill a 9x9 grid with digits, in order that each row, each column and each of the nine 3x3 sub-grids that compose the grid, contain all the digits from 1 to 9.

There is just one more restrition. An integer may not appear twice in the same row or column or in any of the 3x3 sub-grids.

It's been proven that solving sudoku puzzles helps to stimulate your mind. It improves your memory and may aid in delaying the effects of aging.

Sudoku can be a lot of fun since there are a lot of books with sudoku puzzles ranging from very easy to very hard. If you are already a good sudoku solver I recommend you to read books with advanced solving tecnhiques. It will allow you to complete those really hard puzzles.

I suggest to do at least three games each day increasing the difficulty over time.


Like Sudoku, Kakuro is a japanese logic game that is becoming more famous as time passes.

A Kakuro puzzle is usually a 16x16 grid. Not taking into account the top row and leftmost column, the grid is divided into entries, which are lines of white cells, by the black cells. Those black cells contain a diagonal slash going from the upper-left to the lower-right and a number if each of the halves. The digits of a horizontal entry must sum up to the value of the black half-cell to its left and the digits of a vertical entry must sum up to the value of the black half-cell immediately above it.

Each white cell can only be filled with digits from 1 to 9.

As you might have guessed, Kakuro stimulates a lot your mind! Like Sudoku it improves your logical reasoning.

However, Kakuro improves your math skills as well, since it requires you to do decompositions of numbers in possible sums.

I suggest to do at least three games each day increasing the difficulty over time.

Books with puzzles for sale at Amazon. - If you are looking for books of the games above, these are my favourites:

Brain Teasers

Brain Teasers can improve your cognitive power!

Solving Brain Teasers is one of my favourite ways to improve my cognitive skills!

It's really incredible how a simple Brain Teaser can stress almost all parts of your brain!

You need to be creative to find the answer; you need to use your memory to recall some past facts; you need to use logical reasoning, and so on...

Other cool benefit of solving Brain Teasers is the fact that a lot of companies use them in their interviewing process. If you are already used to solve Brain Teasers it will be much easier for you to solve the new ones that they might ask you.

But what I really love about Brain Teasers is the fact that you can tell them to all your friends and watch them suffer while trying to reach out for the answer! It's incredible how much fun it can provide!

Who would have thought that you could get fun and a great job while trying to be a genius, hum?

Books with Brain Teasers at Amazon. - If you are looking for books with Brain Teasers, these are my favourites:

Learning a New Language

The definitive Brain Booster!

I left for last what I believe to be the biggest Brain Booster that exists!

Learning a new language brings you enormous benefits:

- It sharps your memory since you will need to memorize a lot of words and its meaning.

- It improves your logical reasoning since you will have to think how to form the sentences in the new language.

- It will improve your understanding of your native language.

- It's proven that bilinguals perform bettern in cognitive tests.

My goal is to learn a new language every two years!

I study it until I'm confident enough to travel to a place where the language is spoken and be able to stay the whole trip without needing to use the English language.

So... What are you waiting for learning a new language?

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Were these tips useful? - Let me hear your opinion.

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      5 years ago

      very much and great even i would like to meet you for advice

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      5 years ago

      very much and great even i would like to meet you for advice

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      5 years ago

      cultivating ambidexterity is a bad idea. it causes lot of neural imbalance. pls don't think about it! search on the net if you don't believe me

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      5 years ago

      How about becoming ambidextrous? Many 'genius' people were ambidextrous, and I think I once read something to do with using the other part of your body to become more effective.

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      5 years ago

      I love the tips.However i think they would work best if introduced at a tender age.

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      5 years ago

      I love the tips.However i think they would work best if introduced at a tender age.

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      6 years ago

      I definitely think practice can sharpen your mental skills, but I have a few key suggestions that go beyond what you've mentioned here: sleep and diet. Brain functioning is definitely heavily effected by both sleep and diet. So, I'd add to your list of advice to make sure you're getting a full night's sleep (but not too much sleep), and that you're eating a healthy, diverse diet, especially being sure to include eating brain-friendly foods like omega-3 fats.

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      6 years ago

      Love my brain teasers, any mental exercise is good for your brain. Thanks for the tips. Good luck

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      6 years ago

      Great tips! I am not sure they will make someone a genius but they will certainly help strengthen cognitive and analytical skills.

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      Darcie French 

      6 years ago from Abbotsford, BC

      I have never played sudoku but it sounds fun :)

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      Melissa Miotke 

      6 years ago from Arizona

      I love most of these games, things look good for me:)

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      Adam Turner 

      6 years ago

      I liove to play Sudoku :)

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      6 years ago

      Great tips. Learning is my passion so your lens caught my attention immideatly.Try looking at my lenses. I am in the process of making a series on how to learn better and more efficient. :)

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      6 years ago

      interesting tips about becoming a genius.

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      6 years ago

      Very useful tips. I particularly like brain teasers.

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      mouse1996 lm 

      6 years ago

      Great tips and great lens. I already do Sudoku from time to time and I love it. I think I will do it more often. I will have to try the other game you mentioned. It looks like fun. And I plan to learn how to speak Spanish and Korean over the next few years. Here's hoping it will make me smarter. ;-)

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      6 years ago

      very great tips. How about word puzzle? seems powerful too..

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      6 years ago from Indiana

      I am puzzle illiterate and never heard of any of this, but probably played it without knowing what it is called. Typical.

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      6 years ago

      ahhhh i suck at suduko, and languages....i must be pretty thick right?? :)

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      6 years ago

      I love Sudoku and Kakuro and play several games of Sudoku daily. Great tips.

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      Linda Pogue 

      6 years ago from Missouri

      Guess it is time to learn Sudoku. Blessings!

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      chft55 lm 

      6 years ago

      I really want to learn a new language! I'm learning French in school and I took Spanish for 6 years and Latin for 2, but I also want to learn Arabic, Hebrew, Italian, Greek, and a bunch of other cool languages. If only I had the time...Great lens, by the way!

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      6 years ago

      I like hidden word searches, sadly tho' I can't complete a Sudoko to save my life! HA!

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      Maria Burgess 

      6 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      I like to do hidden word searches, but your suggestions on learning Sudoko and Kakuro puzzles I am considering. It is important to keep the mind excersized! Nice lens!

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      6 years ago

      Great lens. I'm miserable at sudoku but hopefully that will improve over time. I'm trying to learn japanese as well. These were great tips!

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      Cecil Kenmill 

      6 years ago from Osaka, Japan

      Cool lens. I love sudoku and I'm learning Japanese. Between that and writing lenses, my brain is getting plenty of exercise!

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      6 years ago

      Yes, there were very useful ideas for improving your brain power.


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