Accelerated Learning Series, Book 1
Still wondering how some people can remember information in great detail? In Photographic Memory, you won't just learn about the concept of photographic memory, but you'll also discover the secret to expanding your retention capacity. Learn more about how your memory works and what makes a person remember things clearly.
If you are one of those people who still memorize things through repeating them over and over until retained, then it's time to get rid of that old habit and discover a range of various memory tricks and techniques in this book. You'll able to practice every technique through the exercises included in each method.
To have a glimpse of the important knowledge you'll potentially learn once you listen to this book, here's an overview:
Simplified discussion on how the mind makes, stores, and remembers a memoryThe photographic memory and how it is different from eidetic memorySignificance of creative thinking and visualization as a platform to achieve extraordinary memoryHow peg systems work, including the special systems that are specifically developed to memorize numbersTips and tricks to remember namesHow emotions can be used to easily remember informationHow to organize and visualize information through mind mappingThe concept of the palace method and how to construct your own memory palace to be able to store and retrieve information in an instantIt's time to step up your memorization skill and discover the things you need to maximize and expand your retention capacity.