I am asking about the kids, since for you (and me) it's already too late. So, if you want an especially developed heir(ess), send him/her to London. No, not to the London School of Economics or any other haloed establishment of the kind. Check this out.
HighlightsAll in all, besides learning a useful trade your kid may become the future Einstein or Dickens. And much cheaper than LSE, too.
- Trainee taxi drivers in London spend 3–4 years learning the city's layout
- We assessed the brain and memory of trainees before and after this long training
- Those who qualified experienced increased gray matter in posterior hippocampus
- Successful qualification was also associated with changes in memory profile
Only, what the heck is "posterior hippocampus" and where it is located? No matter, just ask the kid after these 3-4 years...
Hat tip: E.S.