Unlimited Memory

How to Use Advanced Learning Strategies to Learn Faster, Remember More and be More Productive

by Kevin Horsley

Number of pages: 141

Publisher: TCK Publishing

BBB Library: Personal Success

ISBN: 978-1631619984

About the Author

He is one of only a few people in the world to have received the title ‘International Grandmaster of Memory’. He is a World Memory Championship medalist and a World Record holder for the Everest of Memory Tests’. Kevin is an international professional speaker and has spoken in many different countries. He assists organizations in improving their learning, motivation, creativity, and thinking.


Editorial Review

Do you need to remember large amounts of information? Do you find it hard to remember important things? Are you losing time by learning and relearning the same information over and over again? This ultimate guide to memory improvement will show how to train your memory, enhance your mental ability and keep your mind agile and alert. You will develop the skills you need to remember large amounts of information to keep you on top of your game in business and life.

Book Reviews

Unlimited Memory is not just a catalog of memory techniques. It creates a whole philosophy of memory improvement– memory and mindfulness as a way of life.” - Relaxed Brainpower

"Horsely’s Unlimited Memory is a powerful introduction to memory techniques and you cannot go wrong because he points you to other reading and gives you much more interesting examples to start off with. And if you’re already on the path, you’ll find a good review and interesting perspectives. You simply cannot lose by reading Unlimited Memory.” - Magnetic Memory Method

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Wisdom to Share

If you don’t have a memory, you don’t have anything else. Your memory is the glue that binds your life together; everything you are today is because of your amazing memory.

You’re a data collecting being, and without that you wouldn’t be able to learn, think, have intelligence, create, or even tie your shoes. You wouldn’t be able to build experience in any field because experience is just a collection of memories.

Some people say you don’t need a good memory in the Google age, which raises the question: would you hire a person for his ability to Google information?

Concentration, like anything in life, needs practice. And training your concentration isn’t that hard. You just have to learn to be here now.

Your inner voice has the ability to offer instruction, so instruct yourself well. Don’t agree with the wrong voices; all self-hatred and conflict is just a thought or a little voice, so change the thought. It’s not set in stone.

Your brain creates miracles everyday by converting lifeless information into pictures and ideas. When you become aware of this, every word becomes a picture drawn with letters because words are only symbols of three-dimensional images.

You can turn all complex information into something meaningful and memorable by turning it into images. In the beginning it’ll take a bit of effort on your part. You’ll have to invest your attention and then it will become a habit.

We’re normally so worried about being interesting that we forget to be interested.

The purpose of any presentation is to get your audience to understand, believe and act on what you say. If you as a presenter cannot remember your own content, how is your audience meant to remember it? Presentation power is memory power.

Memory is the corner stone of our existence. It determines the quality of our decisions and, therefore, our entire life!

Your memory system operates so quickly and effortlessly that you seldom notice it working.