Thomas Edison… Leonardo da Vinci… Albert Einstein… Eleanor Roosevelt… Winston Churchill… What do these famous folks have in common?
Yes, they were all brilliant. But they also knew the value of a good nap.
Edison, who was especially adept at napping, kept sleeping cots in both his summer and winter laboratories in New Jersey and Florida, where he developed over a thousand patented inventions in his lifetime.
Research shows: If you want to boost your brilliance, napping is a great place to start. A sleep study at the University of California Berkeley found that an hour's nap significantly increased learning performance among healthy young adults.
Whenever you're in the midst researching a business report, studying for an exam, or learning a new skill or hobby, consider napping as a helpful tool. And use this learning strategy from our Personal Genius Paraliminal to improve your learning outcomes:
You'll improve the effectiveness of your learning sessions, sharpen your memory, speed your skill development, and enhance your creativity. Maybe you have kids at home who could improve their skills with a nap.
To develop your ability to quickly attain and maintain an ideal state for learning, listen to the Personal Genius Paraliminal in the MINDTRX app.
Simply push play, close your eyes, relax, and listen. This closed-eye process activates your "whole mind" with a precise blend of music and words to help you get the most out of every minute.