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2.0 out of 5 stars
Not what it is made out to be at all!, 24 Jun 2008
To be honest this book isn't All bad. The few memory techniques he teaches are applicable, but already having knowledge of these techniques I suppose I was expecting a lot more with all of the ratings and reviews shown below. They were all of the good points I could find. Now for negatives.
The entire book seems to be a conglomoration of all the other books he has written jammed into one... The only problem is that he doesn't actually go into any detail for anything!
He states many things in the book with no advice or guide as to how to carry these out. It's along the lines of;
"People struggle to concentrate at work. The key is to concentrate at work"
I also bought "Page A Minute Memory" and have noticed that he has just cut and paste huge sections of each book into each other.
If you want a memory book buy one of his memory books, as this feels like nothing but a second hand self help book, with very little self help.