Learning a new language is much different than improving one you already know. The brain is forced to access information much differently. And this can quickly overload our traditional memory.
This course aims to overcome this challenge, by giving you a quick example based on a memory technique you already know from my other courses:
The Memory Palace!
Master Days Of The Week Memorization In Minutes
There are many benefits to knowing one or more foreign languages. But sometimes little words frustrate us.
The problem is that sometimes the most frustrating words are words we need to use most often.
But there's a solution.
You can become a better language learning by changing your approach to memorization.
If you're still struggling to learn a new language using mnemonics and Memory Palaces, this course takes you directly into the field and shows you how everything works.
Contents and Overview
This course contains over 12 lectures and 2 hours of content. It's designed for anyone, regardless of experience level, who wishes to improve their memory and learn how to quickly cover words like the days of the week in any language.
Students will learn the Magnetic Memory Method, and you'll understand what a Memory Palace is and how to build one. You'll then learn how to divide it using the simplest Memory Palace you'll ever find. It's just around the corner from your home.
By the end of this course, you'll have valuable skills that will help you quickly memorize any list of words, regardless of how good your memory is when you start.
You'll also know how to use Google Earth and Google Maps to memorize foreign language vocabulary.
And as a bonus, you'll learn how to memorize the calendar dates and times of appointments so that you never miss a scheduled meeting again.
With these lessons, you'll find that you're able to quickly learn and memorize that days of the week in a short period of time and much, much more.
This video introduces you to an essential skill for creating Memory Palaces for dedicated use memorizing the days of the week in any language.
Get started with this quick "Read Me" before watching any of the videos.
In this first of several "field trip" videos, you come along and see the construction of a Memory Palace for memorizing the days of the week in real time.
In this video, you get a walkthrough of each and every station in a 7-station Memory Palace for memorizing the days of the week in any language.
In this video you'll see exactly where the word Saturday has been placed using Spanish as an example. You'll also hear me describe the images I created so that you can model the process on your own for any language.
Why start with Saturday? This video reveals all.
By the way, if you don't know the band I mention as a helper in this lecture, check them out. They're cool.
Follow along to see an example of where and how you can memorize the word for Sunday in any language and never forget that word ever again.
I know that you're just dying to get started, but here's another example to inspire and further inform you about just how incredibly easy these procedures really are.
And the best part is that you have the most amazing free resources for using this technique literally on every corner!
You won't believe the crazy image that you can model for memorizing Tuesday in any language. Just make sure that you come up with your own. :)
I must admit that memorizing the word for Wednesday was a bit of a challenge. But ...
... with just a few seconds of thought and effort, the Magnetic Memory Method overcame the challenge.
And it will do the same for you, each and every time you use it.
Although kind of weird, the technique for memorizing Thursday is my favorite - as is this station in the Memory Palace.
Just wait until you feel the power of having favorite stations in your Memory Palaces. :)
Fantastic - you made it!
Now you have more than enough examples to go out and get started memorizing the days of the week in any language.
Even better, you can do it in any language you want. :)
Here's how to make sure that your Memory Palace is properly constructed and working well for you.
Here are some final words on the technique and how to repeat the process dozens and dozens of times. You'll also learn how to apply the technique to other kinds of words you'll need as you learn a new language.
This video shows you exactly how to use Google Maps and/or Google Earth to build a well-formed Memory Palace that you can use to memorize the days of the week in any language and a whole lot more too.
How To Use Google Maps and Google Earth to build dozens of dedicated Memory Palaces for achieving success with specific and well-defined memory goals.
Do you remember that episode of the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast with Dr. Jim Samuels? If not, you can download it from this section.
In the interview and in his book, Re-mind Yourself, Dr. Samuels talks about using the days of the week to memorize important appointments and activities.
For example, if you see Monday as the moon, you could create an image that reminds you of a doctor's appointment and place that on the moon. Then, when next Monday rolls around and you automatically think about the moon ...
You remember your doctor's appointment.
But What About Times And Dates?
Right now, you're probably thinking, "I get it. This is great." But you're also wondering, "how do I memorize the exact time and the calendar number for the day of the appointment as well."
You're in luck.
Because in the download following Dr. Samuel's explanation of this method, you're getting another episode of the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast that teaches you how to memorize numbers using the Major Method.
Check it out!
When you're done ...
Leave a post in the discussion area showing how you're going to use the days of the week to memorize important dates, times and appointments or activities.
I look forward to your post! :)
No matter what might be going on in your life, this video will show you how to make new Memory Palaces using this special technique again and again, wherever you are.
How to use the days of the week to memorize appointments, activities and other time-based responsibilities.
Anthony Metivier is the founder of the Magnetic Memory Method, a systematic, 21st Century approach to memorizing foreign language vocabulary, dreams, names, music, poetry in ways that are easy, elegant, effective and fun.
An author of over 10 bestselling books, Metivier holds a PhD in Humanities from York University, an MA in Media and Communications from the European Graduate School, and an MA and BA in English Literature from York University.
He has created many bestselling courses, including How to Learn and Memorize the Vocabulary of any Language, How to Learn and Memorize Poetry, How to Memorize Names and Faces, and How to Remember Your Dreams.