Think Like Sherlock Holmes

  • von David Waterhouse
  • Sprecher: Kevin Theis
  • 1 Std. 25 Min.
  • ungekürztes Hörbuch


David Waterhouse holds one of the highest IQ scores possible…and you’re about to transform yourself into a living Sherlock Holmes with super genius intelligence - fast!
Think about this... What if, in a few months from now, you woke up to a whole new, improved, brilliant mind? And your next IQ test showed that your score soared far beyond Super Genius? Does this sound great to you? If your answer is YES! Then I invite you to sit back and imagine how great it would feel to have the IQ level you’ve dreamed about all your be freakishly smarter than everybody you solve the toughest mathematics problems - without skipping a beat.Now, think about all the things you could do or be in your life with a brain more powerful than anyone you know. How much easier would your life be? At school? At work? Making friends?
You may be surprised to know you already have everything you need to be a super genius now. It’s true! All you have to do is tap into the gold mine that lies inside your head - you just don’t know how to access it yet.I know you’re just dying to know my secret to helping you unleash the Super Genius within you.
As an author and successful business-owner, you’d think I was pretty smart, eh? Well, you’re right. Last time I checked, my IQ level was over 190. That’s well above genius level.
I've spent the last 15 years researching mind and brain development techniques to transform anyone with a 'less favorable' IQ level to a GENIUS status.
In Think Like Sherlock Holmes, you’ll get the same step-by-step system that took me from being a dumb, social outcast to having one of the most intelligent minds known to man.What’s better is you’ll be taken by the hand and shown EXACTLY how to achieve the brilliant mind you’ve only dreamed of.


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  • Erscheinungsdatum: 27.11.2017
  • Verlag: David Waterhouse