Strengthening Academic Potential

“If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.” Henry Ford

If you are a college or graduate student …

Many students in the U.S. believe that academic results are largely a matter of inherent ability, mostly inherited from parents who were either smarter than anyone has a right to be, or not quite as dumb as a box of rocks.  Many students in other countries believe that academic results are largely a matter of hard work.  The truth of the matter is that academic potential can be developed.  It is not just a matter of genes.  It is not just a matter of hard work.  Developing one’s potential to be successful academically is a matter of smart work.

Intelligence is not just one thing.  It is a multiplicity of processes that the brain uses to make sense of the world around us.  Glitches in any of those processes can slow us down, keep us from “getting it” as fast as we should, and as fast as we need to, to keep up with the demands of academic standards and the expectations we set for ourselves.

BrainWare Safari helps develop your cognitive ability and your capacity to learn.

If you are a high school student …

Many students in the U.S. believe that their ability to get into college is largely a matter of inherent ability, mostly inherited from parents who were either smarter than anyone has a right to be, or not quite as dumb as a box of rocks, and possibly somewhere in between.  Many students in other countries believe that academic results are largely a matter of hard work.  The truth of the matter is that academic potential can be developed.  Doing well on ACTs and SAT is not just a matter of genes.  It is also not just a matter of hard work.  Developing one’s potential to be successful academically is a matter of smart work.

Intelligence is not just one thing.  It is a collection of processes that the brain uses to make sense of the world around us.  Glitches in any of those processes can slow us down, keep us from “getting it” as fast as we should, and as fast as we need to, to keep up with the demands of academic standards and the expectations we set for ourselves.

BrainWare Safari helps develop your mental fitness and your capacity to learn.

If you are a junior high student …

Many kids in the U.S. believe that getting good grades is largely a matter of the intelligence they inherited from their parents.  If their parents are “smart,” they think they are too.  If not, they think, “Why bother?”   But that’s not how everyone thinks.  Many students in other countries believe that academic results are largely a matter of hard work, and their parents push them to work hard.  But the truth of the matter is that intelligence can be developed.  Doing well in school is not just a matter of genes.  It is also not just a matter of hard work.  Developing your potential to be successful is a matter of smart work.

Intelligence is not just one thing.  It is a collection of processes that the brain uses to make sense of the world around us.  Glitches in any of those processes can slow us down, keep us from “getting it” as fast as we should, and as fast as we need to, to keep up with the demands of school and what everyone seems to expect of us (and what we hope to achieve, even if we don’t always admit it).

BrainWare Safari helps develop your brain power and your ability to succeed in school.

If you are an elementary school student …

Kids in the U.S. think that they have to be smart to get good grades.  They also think that whether they are smart or “dumb” is something they came into the world with.  They think:

“My parents are ‘smart,’ so I must be too.”

Or

“I’m just not smart and there’s nothing I can do about it.”

The truth is that being smart is something you become, not something that you are.  It takes work, but you don’t have to work until your fingers fall off.  You can develop your “smarts.”  That’s what BrainWare Safari is all about.

BrainWare Safari helps you build your brain and your ability to succeed in school.

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