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Mentalrobics™

You exercise your body to stay physically in shape, so why shouldn't you exercise your brain to stay mentally fit? With these daily exercises you will learn how to flex your mind, improve your creativity and boost your memory. As with any exercise, repetition is necessary for you to see improvement, so pick your favorite exercises from our daily suggestions and repeat them as desired. Try to do some mentalrobics every single day!

Many creative people like inventing or improving upon things, but it is often hard to discover what needs to be invented or improved. Here are three common ways that you can discover these unmet needs.

1. Interview or observe your target consumer. For example, you might talk to a bunch of teachers to see if they have any problems that you could solve.
2. Imagine yourself in their shoes. For example, you might pretend that you are a teacher and see if you can find any unmet needs.
3. Use yourself as the consumer and keep track of your own personal unmet needs.

Whichever method you use, a great way to discover unmet needs is to keep a bug list. Any time that you notice something that takes too much time, is complicated, or seems inconvenient to your consumer, write it down on your list. You can then refer to your bug list later to see if it sparks any ideas for inventions or improvements.

 



bom-bast

noun :: Cotton, or any soft, fibrous material, used as stuffing for garments; stuffing; padding.

noun :: High-sounding words; an inflated style; language above the dignity of the occasion.

adj. :: High-sounding; inflated; big without meaning.

"Ordinarily I am not given to long speeches, nor ever before had I descended to bombast, but I had guessed at the keynote which would strike an answering chord in the breasts of the green Martians, nor was I wrong, for my harangue evidently deeply impressed them, and their attitude toward me thereafter was still further respectful." -- Burroughs, Edgar Rice

 



Here are some words for the first 100 numbers in the Phonetic Mnemonic System. You don't necessarily need to memorize these, but if you plan to use the phonetic system, it would be a good idea to review them and practice making words from numbers and vice versa.


1. head
2. honey
3. ham
4. hair
5. whale
6. jaw
7. oak
8. hoof
9. pie
10. dice
11. tattoo
12. tin
13. thumb
14. tire
15. tail
16. dish
17. duck
18. TV
19. tape
20. nose
21. window
22. onion
23. gnome
24. winner
25. nail

26. notch
27. neck
28. knife
29. nap
30. mouse
31. meadow
32. moon
33. mom
34. hammer
35. mill
36. match
37. hammock
38. movie
39. mop
40. rose
41. heart
42. horn
43. harem
44. warrior
45. railway
46. ridge
47. rug
48. roof
49. rabbi
50. lasso

51. lady
52. lion
53. lamb
54. lorry
55. lolly
56. lodge
57. lake
58. wolf
59. lobby
60. cheese
61. jet
62. chain
63. gym
64. chair
65. jewel
66. judge
67. sheik
68. shave
69. ship
70. kiss
71. cat
72. gun
73. gum
74. car
75. coal

76. cage
77. cook
78. coffee
79. cab
80. office
81. photo
82. phone
83. foam
84. fur
85. veil
86. fish
87. fog
88. fife
89. VIP
90. base
91. boot
92. piano
93. bomb
94. bar
95. pillow
96. peach
97. book
98. beef
99. puppy
100. disease

 





 

 



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