David Thomas, a Guinness memory record breaker and US Memory Champion, shows you how to improve your memory.
He believes in the mantra “when we laugh, we learn” so the course is humourous and light hearted.
Alongside this fun approach to learning lies a series of powerful techniques that will dramatically improve your memory. David has honed his strategies through 20 years of application at the highest level in memory competitions and breaking memory records.
The lessons are easy to learn and in small bite sized chunks.
The course contains techniques that you will be able to apply at home and work to learn new information, pass exams and get promoted.
You will discover how to memorise names, numbers, lists, presentations, traffic directions, foreign languages, exam information and much more.
You will uncover the power of Mind Mapping, how to use repetition effectively and maintain massive recall of information you have learned.
So, get signed up now to this life changing course and unleash the memory you so richly deserve.
|Do you have trouble recalling names, locations, and everyday information? Learn how to improve your memorisation skills by taking this course with record-breaking memory specialist, David Thomas. As a Guinness world record holder and international speaker, David provides a simple memory exercise to demonstrate how imagination can aid in memorisation, and explains what tools he’ll teach you in this course. When you train your memory, you’ll be more successful in all aspects of your life!|
|Discover the first memory principle that you can apply straight away. It's easier than you think.|
remember what makes an image memorable? How well were you focused on this lecture?|
|See for yourself how powerful your memory can when you use the right techniques.|
|The Roman Room System is now known as the Journey Technique. One that is easy to learn and apply.|
|Apply the technique to your own journey.|
|After a demonstration, you will place the items around your journey.|
|Using your journey and the list of items given to you.|
yourself and be amazed at the results! |
See how you can apply to some real world applications.
|We have the capacity to learn an unlimited number of digits. I broke a Guinness record for reciting Pi to 22,500 digits of Pi. Use these techniques along with the journey techniques in the previous lecture to apply this to so many elements of daily life.|
|Make people feel important and build personal relations to do what other won't or can't.|
See how many of these names you can create your own images for.
SLUG is an acronym of a techniques to use when meeting lots of people.
|Why is it better to draw an image than write down the word? Understand the science of how the brain works and how it applies to memorisation.|
|Appreciate the value of Mind Mapping when it's done correctly following some simple rules.|
|Learn about memory traces, spaced repetition and why we need to run through the field of grass many times to make information stick.|
|Being able to memorise presentations so that you can speak without notes is brilliant for maximising the impact on an audience. A more powerful memory equals more professional success.|
|Learning industry and company information before going for a job interview can set you apart from other candidates. Having sales information to hand enables you to close a deal more efficiently.|
|Using local language when you go abroad is as good as it gets. And it's easy, despite it being consistently listed as the most difficult intellectual skill for adults to master.|
|Learning how to memorise a pack of playing cards is a stunning party trick that never fails to amaze.|
on our phones too much for everything! |
Could you find your way if you had to stop and ask for directions?
|At school, we are taught WHAT to learn but never HOW to learn it. The odd hour here and there once a year doesn't quite cut it. So we hit a wall, go no further and get put in a set according to our perceived ability. In reality, learning and applying memory techniques takes us way beyond what we can achieve without them.|
|Many jobs require professional qualifications. These techniques will ensure you know that you've passed the exam, even before you've left the exam hall.|
|Learning is nothing without application. This lesson brings a toolbelt of ideas that help make the most of the course. We look at how you can become a Purple Cow and stand out from the crowd. How to use motivational strategies to keep yourself driving forward. How to motivate self talk in your head. How lifestyle has a huge impact on memory. And, finally, I bring it all together with my acronym TIME.|
|You Are What You Can Remember.|
David Thomas struggled at school and got very few exams. He joined the Fire Service aged 20 but kept badly failing his promotion exams. At the age of 28, he bought a book on memory improvement to help him after seeing a guy on TV memorise a pack of playing cards. Just 8 months later, he went to the 1996 World Memory Championships and came 4th. He has since gone on to develop one of the most powerful memories in history.
David is a professional speaker who has spoken for 20 years in 21 countries on the subject of memory.
He is a Sunday Times (London) #1 bestselling author with more than 1 million people reading his books worldwide.
He has appeared in the media more than 500 times including going on The Oprah Winfrey Show.