Get Ahead (Buzan Centre Books 1992) By Vanda North with Tony Buzan A practical, easy and inviting introduction to Tony Buzan's Mind Maps. How to apply them to your life to get ahead quicker. Video also available.
Brain Power for Kids (Brain Power for Kids Inc 1991)
By Lana Israel with Tony Buzan Lana has used Tony's Mind Mapping to improve her grades at school, write a book, conduct research, travel to Russia and be on national television at only 15 years of age. You can too!
Brain Training (Buzan Centre Books 1993) By Tony Buzan with Pecub Cartoon character, Brain Brain, guides you through a little handbook introducing you to the astounding capacity of your own bio-computer and how to use it.
Brain Sell (Buzan Centre Books 1993)
By Tony Buzan with Richard Israel Based on latest brain research with example experiences from the top sales producers. You'll discover how to communicate, sell and live better.
Radiant Remembering (Buzan Centre Rooks 1993)
By Vanda North with Tony Buzan Practical application of the memory principles, systems and rhythms of everyday life, work and study. Saving yourself time, frustration and embarrassment.
Radiant Reading (Buzan Centre Books 1993)
By Vanda North with Tony Buzan Practical application of information about the eye and brain to manage all kinds of reading material with speed, efficiency and appreciation. Climb over that stack of information. Make informed decisions.
Radiant Speaking (Buzan Centre Books 1993)
By Richard Israel and Vanda North with Tony Buzan
Step-by-step practical application by three leaders in their fields to effective speaking under any circumstances!
Radiant Selling (Buzan Centre Books 1993) By Richard Israel and Vanda North with Tony Buzan
Sell from one brain to another the way you would want to be sold to! A revolution in selling techniques.
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The pace and intensity of our lives, both at work and at home, leave several of us feeling like a person riding a frantically galloping horse. Our day-to-day incessant busyness too much to do and not enough time; the pressure to produce and check off items on our to-do list by each day’s end seems to decide the direction and quality of our existence for us.