How to Remember Anything
Table of ContentsPart one: The Foundations 1. Memory Part two: A New Way of Thinking 2. Creative Memorisation 3. Techniques 4. Mental Editing 5. Classification 6. Mind Maps 7. Reading Strategies 8. Agile Learning Part three: How to Remember... 9. Basics 10. Specifics 11. Globals Part four: Applying Value to... 12. Education 13. Business 14. Entertainment 15. Sport Part 5: Integration 16. Career Plan 17. Training Final Thoughts The Future
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 25th November 2011
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.9 x 13.0 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.22
Edition Number: 1
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"How to Remember Anything" shows how a radically improved memory can add real value in life and in business and can help build your career and your personal life.
What would you do if you could remember anything "How to Remember Anything" shows how a radically improved memory can add real value in life and in business and can help build your career and your personal life. It is full of practical techniques that will not just show you how to remember things such as numbers, dates and facts, but also real and innovative insight into new ways of learning and processing information that could completely change your life. The goal of this book is to show you how to use your new, improved memory to enhance your career, your personal life and your leisure time, and because of this it is more practical and transformational than any other 'Memory boosting' title available.
About the Author
Mark Channon (London, UK) originally trained as an actor, before becoming one of the first 5 people in the world to become a Grand Master of Memory in the 1995 World Memory Championships. He has worked as a trainer and coach for over 15 years, running seminars for organisations such as Rothschild, Lincoln National and the BBC in Memory, Mind Mapping and Creativity. He is also a Product Team Leader for the BBC and has created several shows, including a memory gameshow.