The Lost Art of How to Find Things: Freedom from forgetting

The Lost Art of How to Find Things: Freedom from forgetting


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Do you want to boost your self-confidence, clarity and communication skills? The fastest way to do that is to double your memory. Learn how to build new neural networks and upgrade your brain’s infrastructure and software. Memory coach and entrepreneur Bill Aronson will show you why it is vital to make this investment in your cognitive ability and will start you on the journey of how by helping you find your precious possessions. He will explain why improving memory is not about recalling your past; it is to assist you to create your future.

Losing and forgetting things is not necessary and does not support you to live an extraordinary life.

So if you are one of those people who spend time looking for things that you have misplaced, this book is a treat. It describes the five-step process that will eliminate ever losing anything again. Because we are all human, he provides a backup process to follow if the worst does happen.

If you lose things on a regular basis, you could be wasting the equivalent of two weeks a year. On top of that, some of your possessions may never come back and so you will have to replace them. This is not only a complete waste of your money; you end up not feeling too good about yourself. How can you be at the top of your game if you are distracted by such a simple problem?

Rather than make you feel guilty, he uses the problem as a doorway to a surprising new world. As your memory improves, so does your ability to learn and transform. It is certain that ‘digital dementia’ is only going to get worse as the pace of change accelerates. On the plus side, those who train their memory report greater self-confidence, clarity and the ability to communicate. When you can speak without notes, have all the facts and figures at your fingertips and address people by name, everything changes for the better. This book will give you a taste of what is possible with just a little imagination.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780994638601
Publisher: Bill Aronson
Publication date: 06/27/2016
Pages: 56
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.13(d)

About the Author

Bill Aronson is a memory coach who supports thought leaders. He has helped hundred of people of all ages to improve their memory. Recently, in front of an invited audience, Bill recalled a string of 240 binary numbers in under 240 seconds and in 2015 recalled Pi to 304 decimal places. He does this mental acrobatics to demonstrate that anyone can increase their memory.
Bill says, "If I can do it, so can you. I have an ordinary memory, but an extraordinary process that I want to share with you." Bill is known as a thought leader gently challenging and always on the cutting edge. Everything that he does has the context of creating transformation. He is a member of MENSA, has an IQ of 178, a disability that he has finally come to accept.
Bill has practiced mindfulness for over forty years and has been fortunate to meet some of the most significant visionaries of our time, including Osho. He has been poisoned, almost blown up in Northern Ireland, India (twice), and Israel and is pleasantly surprised that he is still alive. Most mornings he awakens with the thought "what can possibly go right?"
Bill is a former director of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Australia), which he helped turn around from an embarrassing $800K loss to break-even in eighteen months. He has also served on the board of the International Coach Federation of Australasia, is an ICF certified coach and an active member of Rotary whose motto is service above self.
Bill divides his time between Hobart, Tasmania, and London, UK. To date, he has written nine books on business transformation including Turning up for Life (Lulu 2011).

Comprehensivist, education reformer, author

Table of Contents

Style and conventions
Foreword by Tom Cassidy
Chapter One: Preparing
Chapter Two - This is the 'How to' part
Why do we have a brain anyway?
The Candle List
Why we lose, forget or misplace things
The alphabet test
Five Steps to prevent you losing things
...and five steps if you do
Is it still lost?
Chapter Three - Next steps
Did you find it?
The last word
Cambridge International School

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