SuperLife Honors Memory Book Author Joshua Foer as Part of “Meta-Mind” Initiative Supporting Improved Thought and Consciousness in People Everywhere

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Joshua Foer, a noted science writer, is honored by the SuperLife professional network for his work on helping people remember better. Contributions like Foer's are part of a trend toward "meta-mind" or "intentional thinking," a higher level of mentality tracked by SuperLife. Supported by sharper memory, souped-up thought and consciousness are essential for solving our problems and achieving a prosperous, sustainable society, according to SuperLife's director. The results of widespread mental improvement, thanks to Foer and others, can extend from job creation and crime reduction to the elimination of poverty and terminal pollution.

Science writer Joshua Foer

Science writer Joshua Foer

Everything starts in our heads. Perceiving better and remembering better feed the creativity we need for building the economy, reducing crime, creating new occupations, achieving sustainable wealth ...

Today SuperLife, the professional network devoted to positive trends, announces adding science writer Joshua Foer to its list of featured sources for a better, sustainable society. Foer is author of Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything, published by Penguin Press. "We're delighted to single out Foer and his work," says Richard W. (Dick) Samson, director of SuperLife, a service of EraNova Institute. "He is helping people hone their short- and long-term memories, key to cognition, creativity, and effectiveness in all fields and situations."

Efforts, like Foer's, to boost memory are part of a broad trend toward "meta-mind" or "intentional thinking," a higher level of mentality with incalculable transformative powers, according to Samson. "Intentionality is coming to the fore to sharpen everything from visual perception and logic to creativity and decision making. And we'll be honoring other outstanding contributors like Foer."

The importance of sharper minds cannot be overestimated. "Everything starts in our heads," says Samson. "Perceiving better and remembering better feed the creativity and determination we need for building the economy, reducing crime and conflict, creating new occupations, achieving sustainable wealth, ending poverty, and releasing human potential."

An article on the SuperLife site features Foer, his book, and a speech by him at a recent conference.

The "meta-mind" trend is one of many life-changing, leading-edge developments tracked on SuperLife. Positive trends are covered within six categories: money, mind, health, living, technology, and culture. Experts in the six categories are invited to join SuperLife to collaborate and let people learn about their discoveries, innovations, principles, books, art works, useful products, or services.

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