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Advanced Mega Memory

Advanced Mega Memory

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AS SEEN ON TELEVISION...THE MEMORY SENSATION CONTINUES!

Millions of listeners have already learned of the amazing techniques introduced in the bestselling Mega Memory phenomenon. Now, Kevin Trudeau tells you how to really put your brain cells to work to make your memory your most bankable asset — and perform memory feats that are nothing

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AS SEEN ON TELEVISION...THE MEMORY SENSATION CONTINUES!

Millions of listeners have already learned of the amazing techniques introduced in the bestselling Mega Memory phenomenon. Now, Kevin Trudeau tells you how to really put your brain cells to work to make your memory your most bankable asset — and perform memory feats that are nothing short of spectacular!

Based on the latest research, Advanced Mega Memory builds on lessons previously taught in Mega Memory to teach you how to:

* remember any number — including phone numbers
* never forget another birthday or address
* become a "card shark" with your recall of playing cards — whatever your game

Join the millions of "miraculous" success stories among the memory students of Kevin Trudeau — and travel further down the path towards even greater achievement.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780671519957
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster Audio/Nightingale-Conant
Publication date:
01/01/1995
Edition description:
Abridged, 2 cassettes, 2 hrs.
Product dimensions:
4.57(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.87(d)

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Advanced Mega Memory 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I hated these two tapes, which is very disappointing since I enjoyed Mr. Trudeau's Mega Memory. These two tapes purport to be a 'graduate-level' course that builds off of Mega Memory. However, all this tape does is gives a word for each number from one to ninety-nine and shows how to use the numbers to count cards. Nothing in this tape is of any benefit to someone who has already taken a memory course, and it is especially worthless to someone who hasn't taken a memory course. In fact, Harry Lorayne's books are much more informative,w hich makes sense since Mr. Trudeau copies most of Mr. Lorayne's techniques.