Intellobics is a form of mental exercise designed to enhance cognitive abilities, improve thinking, foster mind capabilities, and lessen the impact of aging on our mind!

Intellobics is related to aerobics — energetic physical exercises that make the body – heart, lungs, and muscles, stronger and increase the amount of oxygen in the blood.

Intellobics offers some thoughts about four great questions:

  • Why should we learn new things?
    Man’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.
  • What should we learn?
    Even the wisest mind has something yet to learn.
  • When should we learn?
    A day when you did not learn something is a lost day.
  • How much should we learn?
    Strange how much you got to know before you know how little you know.

Enjoy and never stop learning!

Live as if you were to die tomorrow.
Learn as if you were to live forever.

Mahatma Gandhi

Dr. Dobrica (Dobie) Savić

Dobrica Savic

Conference speaker, presenter, lecturer, moderator, writer, editor, project manager, digital transformation enthusiast, knowledge management and information specialist, chair of international committees, life-long learner, and avid knowledge seeker. Specialized in the field of information and knowledge management, working for various United Nations agencies and organizations for over 35 years in North America, Africa, and Europe. Holds a Doctorate degree from Middlesex University in London, an MPhil in Library and Information Science from Loughborough University, UK, an MA in International Relations from the University of Belgrade, Serbia, and a Graduate Diploma in Public Administration, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

Enjoys reading, writing aphorisms, collecting and organizing sayings, quotes, and wisdom.

Published 7 books, over 50 articles, and presented at over 30 international conferences on various subjects.

ORCHID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1123-9693
ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dobrica_Savic

Wisdom…. comes not from age, but from education and learning.

Anton Chekhov

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