How to build a Powerful Memory and remember massive numbers
What you'll learn
- learn a system of memory to remember and recall massive numbers
- Learn about memory association
- learn about memory palaces
- Learn about mnemonics
- Apply this strategy to learn other types of information too- like facts.
- You will need some paper, a pen and a printer if you wish to print some of the supplements. But this is not essential.
This course has been created for people who want to unlock the power to a greater memory.
It doesn’t matter if you are a student, professional, retiree or stay at home parent, you will benefit from this memory course.
This course will give you the basic building blocks to developing a powerful memory, especially for numbers.
The methods I teach in this course helped me to memorise an impossibly long number. I managed to perfectly store and recall Pi to 500 decimal places.
Enroll now and watch me recall this number on a white board. No games, jokes or gimmicks. Just pure memory!
I achieved this not by memorising the number, but by creating a visual image of the number.
This is the secret to building a powerful memory – creating photographic images. I will show you the entire process step by step. You can apply this method to any type of information you want to learn.
If you can already do this, then you are a memory master already, and you may not gain much from this course.
But for the majority of us mortals, developing a powerful memory is extremely hard to do using conventional memory strategies.
However, when you learn the secrets to developing a powerful memory taught in this course, you will be able to remember anything you want.
I will show you how to learn all kinds of information: mostly numerical but also how to apply this method to facts.
Like me, you might be blown away when you discover what you are really capable of memorising.
Who this course is for:
- People who want to build a better memory for school, studies, work, home or just day to day
David Barton has a Ph.D. in Psychology from Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand.
He currently lives in Dunedin with his wife and 3 daughters.
He is an active learner and has developed many different skills over his life time. He loves discovering new ways of unlocking human potential. He was amazed when he learnt how to remember Pi to 500 decimal places. He loves to share his knowledge if it can benefit others.
David loves playing guitar, singing, keeping fit and healthy. He is an active member in his church and believes that to be healthy you need to be spiritually healthy.
David is the author of the book, “Achieving Your Best Self” in which he describes a process of setting and achieving personal goals to achieve personal fulfilment in life.