How to Never Forget the Name of Someone You Know: The Science of Memory

memoryHow would you like to be able to recall the name of a client or associate you just met?

How would you like to go to the bank and not fumble for your account number every stinking time?

Everyday scenarios like these are classic examples of our need for memorization. The function of memory has so many more applications, too—public speaking, schoolwork, studying, research, the list goes on and on. Memorizing is a key function in so many areas. Imagine if we could be better at it.

Would you believe that memorization is not an innate ability but rather a learned skill? Approaching the topic from this paradigm changes everything.

You can learn how to memorize.

You can become a memory expert by application and sheer force.

You have the power to memorize anything and everything.

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