Brilliant Memory Training: Stop worrying about your memory and start using it - to the full!

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Whether it?s preparing for the big event like an exam, an important presentation at work, or simply remember this week?s shopping list, Brilliant Memory Training will help you stop worrying about your memory ? and start using it to the full. Combining ancient techniques with the very latestresearch, this book reveals the crucial role played bymemory in every aspect of daily life and provides astep-by-step ...

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Overview

Whether it’s preparing for the big event like an exam, an important presentation at work, or simply remember this week’s shopping list, Brilliant Memory Training will help you stop worrying about your memory – and start using it to the full. Combining ancient techniques with the very latestresearch, this book reveals the crucial role played bymemory in every aspect of daily life and provides astep-by-step guide to using it better.

Brilliant Outcomes:

  • Increase your memory and remember anything you set your mind on
  • Boost your confidence and stretch your creativity
  • Learn new skills and improve old ones
  • Be confident in social situations by remembering names, faces and personal facts
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780273745815
  • Publisher: FT Press
  • Publication date: 8/12/2011
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 1,418,231
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Jonathan Hancock is a graduate of Oxford University, a double Guinness World Record-breaker and former World Memory Champion, and the author of nine books on memory and learning. He has demonstrated his learning techniques on numerous radio and TV programmes. In 2008 he joined forces with The Learning Skills Foundation to become Founder of The Junior Memory Championship, the first national memory competition for primary-school children. He is preparing to launch The Senior Memory Championship.

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Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Author acknowledgements

Introduction

Part 1: Foundations

Chapter 1: Switching on

Chapter 2: Memory building

Chapter 3: Memory boosting

Chapter 4: Taking control

Chapter 5: Global learning

Part 2: Applications

Chapter 6: Learning lists

Chapter 7: Words and ideas

Chapter 8: Numbers and names

Chapter 9: Under pressure

Chapter 10: Self improvement

Conclusion

Further reading

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