Memorizing 10X Faster and Blowing Your Mind
To memorize pi 10 times faster than you ever thought possible, you need to do what memory experts do, and use your visual memory.
In this video I’m going to make you memorize pi to 20 decimals by showing you what to picture in your mind, and connecting all the pictures together using a crazy story.
Instead of visualizing a number, you’ll imagine an object that rhymes with a particular number.
To remember the number one you could create a mental image of a gun, or a nun, or the sun. None of the digits from zero to nine rhyme with each other, so you won’t get confused.
Let’s get into it and you’ll see how simple it is. Focus on imagining each picture in your mind, and you’ll be amazed how easily you can recall everything.
Memorizing the names of all the Olympic cities 10 times faster is super easy when you know how your memory works.
Most people use their verbal memory, but memory experts use their visual memory.
In these videos I’m going to hack your brain and make you do what the experts do.
I’ll tell you exactly what to picture in your mind, and I’ll draw it for you as well. Then, your visual memory will do something astonishing and you’ll be amazed how easily you can recall the names of all the Olympic cities.
Let’s do it.
We’ll begin by picturing the Olympic rings, the five interlocking circles that are blue, yellow, black, green and red. They’re painted on the ground, and walking over and playing among the Olympic rings are eight hens.
To memorize the presidents of the United States faster than you ever thought possible, you need to do what memory experts do - use visual memory techniques.
I’ll tell you exactly what to picture in your mind, and in the video above - I’ll draw it for you too.
Focus on seeing each image in your head, and you’ll be amazed how easily you can recall everything.
Let’s get into it.
Let’s count down the top five techniques from the most common (aka the least effective and most tedious) to the Rolls Royce of memory techniques that’ll have you remembering like a memory rock star!
Remember how you learned the alphabet? You repeated it over and over ... and over.
Repetition is an important part of the learning process, and little kids have an amazing capacity for repeating things endlessly (and driving their family crazy). But as you get older, you quickly realize that repetition is dull and boring.
Not only is repetition sleep inducing, it’s an ineffective memorization technique. Some amount of repetition is necessary for learning, but you should combine it with other learning methods for the best results.
If you’re a crazy person and you’re determined to memorize the names of 118 chemical elements just by...
Whatever you study - memorization is important.
If you’d like to memorize 10 times faster, this video will show easily you can improve.
You remember information in two main ways – as words, using your verbal memory, or as pictures, using your visual memory. They’re different mental processes and they achieve dramatically different results.
People never believe how absolutely crazy the difference is, so watch the video above and you can prove it for yourself.
If you’re like the average person, you'll be able to recall about five to seven words with your verbal memory, not necessarily in the right order.
But something absolutely crazy happens when I make you use your visual memory.
Leave a comment below and let me know how your verbal memory scored against your visual memory.
Visual memory techniques have been around for thousands of years, but for some reason, most people only know verbal memory techniques.
I’m about to teach you how you can memorize 10X faster than you ever thought possible.
Just by sitting and watching my videos you are going to become a better student. And that’s how powerful your memory can be to you, it can make you an amazing student.
Memorization is the first step in the learning process.
Yes, you need to understand, apply, analyze, evaluate and create information too, but underlying all that, you need to build a really solid foundation and that’s built on remembering the basic facts.
And that’s what separates the top students from everyone else, because everyone else is using the wrong methods, the wrong techniques to memorize, and they’re the ones who flail away trying to jam information into their brain at the last minute and the day after the exam, what happens? That information is gone.
But the top students know how to memorize quickly and effectively, so not only do...
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