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We love quoting geniuses here at Brainetics. In honor of Income Tax day coming out tomorrow we will quote one of the smartest men who ever lived Albert Einstein. The man who discovered "The Theory of Relativity" and a man who worked thousands of hours developing and figuring out mind boggling formulas said: "The hardest thing in the world to understand is the Income Tax." Good luck everybody.

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TV has gotten very predictable over the years. I probably watch two television episodes each day (about 700/year). I can't remember the last time I was shocked by a show. That streak has ended with "The Good Wife." Won't spoil the ending if you haven't seen it yet but OMG.

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A shoutout to Brad Binder - the last person in America to have his NCAA bracket busted. I went to school with his mother so it shows that people with Niles North blood in them can accomplish amazing things. The odds of going through the round of 64 without making a mistake is 4.3 billion to 1 - greater odds than any lottery on Earth. Congratulations Brad. Go Vikings!

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My book, "The Power of Forgetting", was released today and I am so proud of it. Really cool to see it on the "New Releases" table at our local bookstore. How do you fit a lifetime of thoughts, inventions, and anecdotes into 340 pages? Write small. I hope everyone enjoys it and I hope it helps you reach your goals.

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Become involved with your child's education. Be their advocate at school and their coach at home to help your child succeed in the classroom. You are your child's first and forever teacher. This important role needs to be enforced with a stress-free environment at home and positive reinforcement. There are three daily rules that parents need to abide by in order to help children succeed. By attending parent-teacher conferences, knowing what's going on in the classroom, and keeping up with teachers, your child will benefit with higher test grades, better attendance, an elevated self esteem, and so much more! "Learning is the greatest gift you give to yourself."-Mike Byster

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There are about 20 sections in the Brainetics program. Everyone should go at their own pace, but each section takes approximately 15-20 minutes to learn and then there is also additional practice time to master the concepts. Anyone using Brainetics should master each section before moving to the next one.

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