Author Shares His Best Interests About Increasing Knowledge
Online PR News – 14-February-2018 – Scarborough, ON – An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest. Harry Giles, an author, lawyer, psychologist, and an economist have always been hungry for acquiring more facts than what has been known to him. Thus, this resulted to the discovery of raising his intelligence to thirty-three points above Einstein.
In one of his published books, the author discloses his interests and successes. He utilized his knowledge by designing a school curricula and methods to increase the operating intelligence of children from twenty-five to sixty-five IQ points. He also founded the first bilingual school in Canada with three languages in it.
Giles keeps everything in balance, as he is also active in classical music, art, and drama. He also lectured at the university level and when he is not busy taking care of his business, he writes books and excels in the literary spotlight as well. Some of the published books by Giles are The Amir: The Umayyads vs the Abbasids and Their Successors the Sunni-Wahabbis, Lyric Love Poems and Nurturing Giftedness to Genius: How to Increase Your Intelligence. These are must-read titles for both adult and young readers.
About the Author:
Harry Giles discovered by being bored how to raise his intelligence to thirty- three points above Einstein. He was a lawyer/economist/psychologist who ran the leading academic schools in the West and, probably, in the world. He designed school curricula and developed methods to increase the operating intelligence of children from twenty-five to sixty-five IQ points. He founded the first bilingual school in Canada. It had three and four languages in it. He started early academic intervention in every aspect of the curriculum.
As an economist, he was offered the posts of deputy minister of finance in Kuwait for life and executive director of the Saudi economy at a huge salary, but he declined because of the role played by the Wahhabi. As an apartment owner in Spain, this led him to become aware of the role played by the Muslim Umayyads, making Andalusia the cultural and intellectual center of the world and tolerant of Christians and Jews. He wrote a book about it.
An outstanding appellate counsel, he was asked by the chief justice of the High Court to give up education, which would lead him to being appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada by the time he was forty and Chief Justice of Canada before he died. He replied that education was more important. Active in classical music, art, and drama, he tried to put beauty into every aspect of the school curricula and make school exciting and fun. He also lectured at the university level.