How to Develop a Super-power Memory Paperback – 31 Oct 1996
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The author reveals his positive methods of developing a photographic memory. He demonstrates how to increase memory capacity by tenfold and how to learn accurate recall. This book should help readers to utilize their brains to the full.
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The rolling stone does not collect moss!!!
In life, information is the base for success. Like the sun, the power of knowledge branches out and encumbers its subjects.
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The biggest reason that I give it a 3 star rating instead of a 4 or 5 is that the book is badly dated. It needs a re-write or a new edition with photos instead of bad line drawings (of people's faces for the remembering names section) and the constant references to cigarettes (I don't know why, but there is always cigarettes to remember on half of the word lists and various examples, a pet peeve for a non smoker).
If you're looking for a better book, check out Kenneth Higbee's "You Memory" which I consider THE book on memory and memory techniques. You can also check Lorayne's newer books. "The Memory Book" by Lorayne and Lucas is much better and much newer, although it contains almost identical information.