eBook on Powerful Ways to Sharpen Your Memory - Professional Tips & Exercises ... by Newbies Guide
Let me ask you a few questions.
*Do you find it difficult to recognize someone you've been acquainted to earlier? *Do you always have to look for your friend's phone number in your address book before dialing his number? *Have you ever experienced forgetting the next few lines to utter in an important speech? *Do you have a hard time passing the exams because you just can't seem to recall the lessons you've studied?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, then your memory needs some work. Some might say, "So I have a bad memory. No big deal."
What some might not know is that unless affected by injury or illness
"No One is Born with a Bad Memory. It Just Needs to Be Sharpened to Improve Its Efficiency"
Contrary to the belief of many people that sharpening your memory takes a lot of time and effort, you don't have to be a genius to quickly know, understand, and recall what you have read or learned.
Can you imagine what your life would be like if you have a sharp memory? You can achieve the following:
*Get higher grades by studying more efficiently. *Build good relationships by recalling people's names, faces, and interests.. *Enhance your career by recalling facts and numbers effortlessly *Never get lost on the road again. *Save lots of time by never having to find lost objects. *Impress your friends with your super memory and be the life of the party.
It doesn't matter whether you're 92 years old or just 12, anyone is capable of memorizing and recalling virtually any information possible. However, you must have the proper lifestyle, attitude, habits, and methods to possess a super memory.
Introduction Chapter 1: Sharp Memory Factors Chapter 2: Attention Chapter 3: Basic Memory Tools Chapter 4: Overcoming Forgetfulness Chapter 5: Memory and Your Senses Chapter 6: How to Remember Names and Faces Chapter 7: How to Remember Numbers Chapter 8: How to Remember Places Chapter 9: How to Remember Events Chapter 10: Other Memory Tools Conclusion