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How I Memorized 2 Phone Books In 24 Days

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How I Memorized 2 Phone Books In 24 Days

One day I received a phone call from a PR company. I had been recommended by a colleague as a memory expert to undertake a challenge not many people would even think of. The PR company wanted me, as the Australian Memory Champion, to memorize the Yellow Pages as part of a marketing campaign for the brand…Continue reading

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5 Memory Exercises For Busy Executives

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5 Memory Exercises For Busy Executives

I work with many stressed and busy executives that always complain about their memory and how they don’t have enough time to do the things they should be doing or learning, such as remembering people’s names! So I’ve decided to share some exercises with you that can help ease the situation and give comfort knowing that you can be much more productive with some basic exercises…Continue reading

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12 Creativity Tips For The Non-Creative Type

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12 Creativity Tips For The Non-Creative Type

When I’m training I get two types of people – Creative and the not so creative. About half the people I train are not on the creative side. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. It’s just that I need to focus on different strategies to attend to their needs, rather than play the strengths of the creative…Continue reading

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How To Memorize Passwords

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How To Memorize Passwords

We have so many logins these days it’s difficult to remember them all, but we do know that using the same password repeatedly is neither secure nor smart. Even so, many websites demand a minimum of eight alphanumeric characters, including capital letters, and some workplaces insist you change your login each month! Memory techniques take the guesswork out of remembering multiple passwords…Continue reading

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How To Become A Memory Champion

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How To Become A Memory Champion

EACH YEAR PEOPLE of many nations come together for the World Memory Championships, where participants sit and memorise for an allotted time. Once memorisation time finishes, a recall period is given allowing competitors to show what they remembered. The purpose of the competition is to see who has the best and most effective memory. It sounds extremely nerdy and only for really smart people. That’s what I first thought, too, before entering it myself…Continue reading

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