Ever wished you could remember more? Memory has been revealed as the number one problem for most individuals. Having excellent memory enhances your chance at success, because when you train your memory and train your imagination, there is a remarkable increase in concentration, comprehension, recall and creativity.In education and at work, memorizing anything has always been considered as a laborious task. By knowing the simple human language of Imagination and Association, you will learn very simple techniques to memorize long lists. You will understand the Science of Memory. By knowing how memory works and what humans remember or forget, understand and misunderstand, you can plan your presentations, interviews, meetings, exams in a much better and efficient way.
Learn the way your memory and brain function and the techniques used by world record holders in memory.
Learn powerful and proven memory skills that will help you:
– Develop an understanding of why and how memory is the key to your success
– Discover how “The Most Important Graph in the World” is a guarantee of personal and business success
– Use key memory principles to become more positively memorable
– Learn methods and techniques that enhance short and long term memory
– Develop the skill of remembering names with faces
– Understand how to achieve up to 80% increase in retention of future learning
This is not a seminar where you sit and listen. This Memory course is backed by Science and you will learn techniques used since thousands of years. It is designed to involve you and let you experience your memory getting better over the day. You will walk out with a great memory recall. With practice, you’ll be even better. This program also teaches techniques to increase information absorption and recall.
Learnings at Science of Memory workshop
– Test your current memory.
– Understanding the Brain’s language.
– MIG – Most Important Graph in the world
– Science of Memory – Imagination and Association
– Memory systems for remembering words and objects
– Memory systems for remembering Names and Faces
– Memory systems for numbers, dates – Musical windows system of memory
– Memory during and after a learning event.