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Improve Your Memory: Sharpen Focus and Improve Performance (Teach Yourself) Paperback – 11 Feb. 2016
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Sharpen your focus and improve performance.
This fun and practical guide to improving your memory will help you improve your performance at work and sharpen your focus.
How often do you marvel at other's people's recall and despair of your own memory? Remembering things is more than just a display of mental agility - it's a short cut to becoming more effective, more highly valued and less prone to error.
Written by a Grand Master of Memory, this book shows how a radically improved memory can add real value, helping you build your career and your personal life. As well as offering practical techniques to help you remember numbers, dates and facts, it contains innovative insights into new ways of learning and processing information that could completely change your life. It includes the latest scientific perspectives on mental dexterity and will help you develop smart goals, achieve them, and transform your life with the act of memory.
Mark Channon originally trained as an actor, before becoming one of the first 8 people in the world to become a Grand Master of Memory in the 1995 World Memory Championships. He is a Memory Coach and Founder of MemorySchool.com
- Boost your memory
- Remember dates and facts
- Develop your career
- Use your leisure time better
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I've wrestled with awful memory all my life:
-poor grades in school/college
-I've looked foolish at points periodically in my career after forgotten conversations and poor mental managing of my network.
I bought this book after I saw a suggestion by Mark Channon (on Instagram) on memorizing an entire book by memorizing "the framework" (e.g., The Table of Contents) -and then pinning other notes onto your framework. I was floored!
-I bought the book a month ago and I'm ecstatic!
Now, everyday memorization is delightful and entertaining!
In a month, I've memorized:
+the Table of Contents for Three books
+entire daily schedules full of appointments and meetings
+Countless names, faces, and interesting details of people I've shaken hands with.
Quick, timed-exercises on every other page means you absorb everything in the book -and it feels breezy.
-But, should you actually put money down and purchase the book?
Ask yourself this:
How would your life change if everything important to you was instantly recallable?
-Would that be worth more than 12 bucks?
+Many thanks, Mark Channon, for a great book that's changed the life of a guy in his thirties (me).