Memory Secrets. Instantly Improve Everyday Memory 300%

Fun-to-Learn Memory Improvement. Learn How to Memorize and Remember as Taught at NYPD’s Police Academy. Fun and Easy.
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  • Lectures 26
  • Length 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 5/2015 English

Course Description

This is the non-technical, everyday memory problem parts of the Memory Shock courses taught at community colleges and the N.Y.P.D. Police Academy. It is based on material in Barry Reitman's book, "Secrets, Tips, and Tricks of a Powerful Memory." Each lecture is a brief, easy-to-follow, practical illustration of the trick to overcoming problems that make you THINK you have a poor memory. You do not have a poor memory — you've just never been taught how to use it. The lessons are fun to watch and apply, and students of every age and level will see instant improvement. The practice suggestions are usually done with things you want to remember anyway. They are simple, easy and fun to do.

Reviews of the book and live presentations: "… uses simple tricks to remember almost everything … with instantaneous success. Barry Reitman's 'Secrets, Tips, and Tricks of a Powerful Memory' ... is the answer to the prayers of millions of adults who experience the frustration of trying to remember things that are important to them." —Dr. Lynn Tepper, Gerontologist, Clinical Professor, Columbia University, NYC

“…Not only were the strategies and tips you shared well received, but many in attendance would have liked to have several more hours with you to continue reviewing your system. I commend you on your course content as well as on your instructional style; both were an absolute hit with our audience." —Captain Daniel E. Sosnowik, Commanding Officer, Leadership Training Section, NYPD

"...Barry Reitman's Memory Shock presentation was both effective and valuable to professors, teachers, and graduate students." —Elaine Geller, Dir. of Field Experience & Outreach, Rockland Campus, Long Island Univ.

What are the requirements?

  • Nothing is required except a desire to overcome memory problems.
  • Having a good sense of humor and the ability to laugh at yourself is helpful.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Overcome everyday memory problems EASILY
  • Instantly recall names of people you've met.
  • Know "what you came in this room for."
  • Know where you put the car keys, TV remote, cell phone, etc.
  • Create and remember a unique, secure password for every website you visit.
  • Know the day of the week for every date in the current month
  • Speak publicly without written notes.
  • Remember to take things to school or work.
  • Remember everything in your sales presentation without sounding "canned."
  • And so much more!

Who is the target audience?

  • Youngsters from grade school through medical school.
  • Adults in the workforce (and looking for work!)
  • Seniors who feel that their memories are slipping.
  • This course will probably NOT be of value for those with fully-developed Alzheimer's and other dementias.

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Section 1: Introduction to the Memory Shock System

Welcome. This course contains only the non-technical parts of my college-level course. It will instantly solve everyday memory problems.


This lecture discusses the importance of taking these lectures in order. Jumping ahead will be counter-productive. Since all of the lectures are brief, being patient won't be difficult.


This lecture will describe the power (and limitations) of the extremely simple techniques that make up the course. You'll have a good idea of what's coming. And yes! you'll do just fine.


Just two words! And these two words will replace the 8-word system you've used all your life. Don't know the 8-words? You've used them all your life.

Background — How I Went from a Clinically Damaged Memory to an Incredible Memory
Section 2: The Wrong Way to Memorize! The Rote Method
The Rote Methods and the Old Sea Captain.
What Did I Walk in This Room For?
Section 3: Solving Simple Memory Problems.
Where Did I Put the Car Keys — or Anything Else?
This technique is easy to use, but there's a warning in the lecture. There's also a remarkable success story.

Have you ever been up late working on something for the next day — and then it home in the morning? You'll never do it again.

Remember Changes to Your Regular Schedule BEFORE Driving in the Wrong Direction
Summary of Solutions to Simple Problems
Section 4: Remembering names & Faces
The BasicTrick to Remembering Names & Faces
Learn a Practice Group of Names & Faces.
More Ideas about Names and Faces
Section 5: More Simple Tips and Tricks Using Memory Shock
Where Did I Park the Car
Create and Remember Unique and Secure Passwords
Foreign Words and Phrases
Acronyms and Um, Un-Acronyms
Another Example of Un-Acronyms

You learned most of this when you were four yeas old! Let's Use it

Section 6: Summation, Links, and Free Resources
Summary of What We Have Learned and Where to Learn More
Resources, Credits, Acknowledgements
7 pages
Section 7: Bonus Section - Numbered Lists (Still Not Rocket Science)
An explanation of how a powerful technique can be so easy.
Using a Children's Rhyme to Memorize Lists
Applying the Simple Childhood Rhyme to Memorizing Your Sales Presentation.

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Instructor Biography

Barry Reitman, Author/Educator

Memory Shock is Barry Reitman's proprietary system of training in memory techniques, including simple, new methods of teaching centuries-old techniques. He teaches the program at community colleges of the State University of New York and has presented Memory Shock at a two-hour seminar for teachers and graduate students at Long Island University’s Rockland Graduate Campus. He's also been a frequent guest lecturer at the N.Y.P.D. Police Academy.

Following a career in the sale, design and production of electroformed diamond products, Barry was hired as a nuclear component machinist by the Electric Boat division of General Dynamics. Fast-tracked into nuclear installation management, he became a senior shift supervisor of reactor component installation. During his Electric Boat career he was given special clearance to go to sea as a civilian on the USS Ohio, the first Trident class submarine.

In 1983, he founded Keystone Equipment Leasing, Inc. in Bergen County, New Jersey. Keystone Leasing was among the first to successfully market equipment financing on the internet, starting in 1994. Barry has worked with Federal and state law enforcement on numerous occasions, including three successful fraud prosecutions, and has lectured on fraud prevention to the leasing and credit industries.

He credits the Memory Shock system with his winning an entry into the World Series of Poker Main Event in 2009.

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