Book Description

Review 'Being good at learning isn't just something you?are:?it's something you?become. This book unmasks the mystery around achieving success in school--by?putting students in the driver's seat and empowering them to learn more deeply and easily, especially in limited time frames.'~ Isabella Martinez, Harvard'The brilliance of this work is that it inspires you to rethink everything you thought you knew about learning, studying, and getting work done. Read this provocative and instructive book and then get busy reimagining what it means to be smart and succeed.'~?Megan Kiely,?The University of Pennsylvania'If you value your time and want to get ahead as soon as possible, internalizing this content is a must.' ?~?Hunter Wilson,?Duke'Beyond Brilliance is a?user's?guide?to?the brain and a shortcut to success all in one. The research is current and extensive, each essay has the potential to be hugely impactful, and the internal illustrations really enhance the message. A quick read that you'll find yourself returning to time and time again because every sentence holds a paragraph of weight.'?~?Bryce King, UC Berkeley'Superb not just for those who are struggling in school, but also for readers who wish to think and comprehend more effectively. Every 'student' should have, read, and keep a copy.'?~ Jenna DePillo, UCLA'Beyond Brilliance unravels myths about intelligence and learning, deconstructs the science behind them, and prescribes tools to enhance cognition. Certainly worthy of attention.'~ Austin Gaddie, University of Southern California'This book is about what you can do immediately, at no cost, and to great effect, to make your brain better. You will become a different person by the time you finish.'?~ Toren Berry, University of Texas at Austin'The only thought I had upon finishing the last page was 'I wish I had read this earlier.''~ Gianna Spangler, UC Santa Cruz Read more About the Author Lucas Miller is a Leadership Scholar, Phi Beta Kappa, and senior in the top 1.5% of students at the University of California, Berkeley, the best public university in the world. After spending three semesters in engineering, he now studies cognitive science and entrepreneurship, advises high-output professionals, and conducts research in memory and performance psychology. He has also served as a mentor for multiple undergraduate courses.??Learning, teaching, and sharing ideas are by far his greatest passions. Read more