Exam Day Breakfast

In 2001, I created a way for people to pass exams very fast. The first part of the four part process to passing exams fast, is to put your mind in peak performing condition. You do that with various diet, exercise, and lifestyle practices (most are the same that are identified in the Anti-Cancer book referenced in my past couple of posts). To date, approximately 30,000 people have used my accelerated exam prep technique to pass the Project Management Professional (PMP ) exam after one week in the Cheetah Exam Prep program. Cheetah Learning just was awarded the Project Management Institute Global Provider of the Year for a significant contribution to the profession because of this program. I wrote a book on how to accelerate exam prep (and improve performance) for any exam – called The Accelerated Exam Prep Workbook

Here I am working my way home from the PMI meeting in Denver.  Winning the PMI Provider of the Year all started with Eggs in a Bowl.

Here I am working my way home from the PMI meeting in Denver. Winning the PMI Provider of the Year all started with Eggs in a Bowl.

Throughout the course we serve our students foods that are high protein with complex carbohydrates. This helps regulate blood sugar levels that in turn keeps their brain chemistry operating in a low beta state – one that is optimal for staying relaxed and focused which dramatically aids in retention and instant recall.

Here is a recipe that for “eggs in a bowl” that is a fantastic exam day breakfast. The team at Cheetah Learning uses the exam prep diet practices with their own families when they have big exams.

Eggs In A Bowl

Two eggs (best if you use organic with chickens who were fed a diet that boosts the omega 3 of the eggs).

1/2 cup black beans (if you used canned beans- rinse well)

1/4 green pepper

1/4 small onion or shallot

2 tbs of shredded cheese.

1/4 cup milk

Mix it all together in the bowl and pop in the microwave for two minutes. Stir, and let sit for a minute. If it still looks a bit runny – pop back in the microwave for 30 seconds.

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