Our brains are really, really smart in figuring out an unknown thing, part, or an idea, only if we force our brain and thoughts to focus on one thing. Many self-improvement books use this ‘trick’ to force our brain to make a new way to our goal. It’s all about finding the real authentic answer to the unknown.

On a daily basis, our brain connects missing dots between unknown situations and outcomes, and yet, many of us are not even conscious about it.

For example, if you see a a ramshackled car on a parking spot, your brain will instantly try to calculate how many years that car is untouched, or how come the driver just left the car to rot on that spot.

Or when you see a bread crumbs all over the ground and you remember that you left your last bites of the sandwich on the table, you assume that Lessie got it when you were in the bathroom.

Your brain (YOU) connect dots that has no real clue.

Now, the same will happen with the quiz bellow. You see a half erased word and your brain needs to figure out a logical way to connect the missing pieces of the word. But what’s different than the situation with the rotten car and Lessie, in this quiz bellow there can be only one right answer.

It’s hard to say how you figure out a way to solve these words, but all of a sudden your brain connects the missing gaps. It’s really intriguing…

Take the quiz bellow and see how your brain ‘magically’ finds many ways to finalize the words, even though they are half missing.