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Master your Memory is written by Tony Buzan and was first published in 1988.
The whole aim of this book is to double your current memory capacity, be able to remember perfectly a list of 100 objects in under two hours, to expand your memory and knowledge of the worlds greatest artists, composers and writers, to remember vital numbers and to remember anything!
This book is available from Amazon for around £5.00. Its RRP is £7.99!
This book is separated into different chapters and there is 20 overall. I completed this book a few years ago and to be honest, it actually did work. You have to take part in some of the activities in the book and it is well worth it.
It is not boring and another old theory book it is actually quite fun with a few pictures, jokes and what not...
There are lots of ways and skills you can use to learn different things and it is a little intense, I would not read this like a story book, I think it is one of those you only pick up occasionally to have a flick through. There is lots of technical vocabulary in it which can be hard to understand.
As I said before, this book has been out for quite a while but it was republished n 2000,2001 and 2002. Therefore, it is not dated at all and gives you all up to date information that would be needed to widen your memory.
This one really worked for me and it is worth reading sometime! I would rate this 5/5 for the simple fact that it was not a whole lot of garbage like most of the others were. You just need to concentrate on it and pick a quiet room where you can focus on what it is saying.
There are times when people do experience in memorizing things like knowing your planets in right order starting from the Sun. I just came across this book called Master Your Memory written by Tony Buzan. ABOUT TONY BUZAN Tony Buzan is one of the world's leading authorities on the brain and learning techniques. He is the President of the Brain Foundation, founder of the Brain Trust charity, and the originator of Mind Maps. He is the author of fifteen books, including Use Both Sides of your Brain, Use your Perfect Memory, and Speed-Reading. As if that is not enough, he also an Olympic Coach. In 1968, Tony Buzan was working in London as Editor of the Mensa International Journal and successfully teaching "impossible learners" when the BBC asked him to host a ten-part educational series called Use Your Head. This innovative program began a successful 25-year collaboration with the BBC, including prize winning and top-rated television and radio programs, corporate videos and books. In this book Tony Buzan introduces and explains this intelligence-expanding system, showing us on how to apply to the memorization. OTHER BOOKS BY TONY BUZAN The Mind Set Use Your Head Use Your Memory The Speed Reading Book The Mind Map Book Get Ahead Brain S£ll Super Sell Brain Training And many more... CONTENTS Appreciation Foreword by Dominic O’Brien, GMM Foreword by Dr Susan Whiting, GMM 1. A Story You Will Remember for the Rest of Your Life 2. Master Your Memory and How to Use It 3. Proof That Your Memory Can Work: The Simple and Effective Link System 4. Memory-the Principles and Techniques 5. The Major System 6. The Self-Enhancing Master Memory Matrix: The Total Learning Memory Technique 7. Memorizing A Life: The Story of Funes, The Memorious 8
. The Artists 9. The Composers 10. The Writers 11. The Top 20 Genius of All Time 12. Shakespeare: The Complete Plays 13. Vocabulary: Prefixes, Suffixes and Roots 14. Languages 15. Countries/Capitals About The Book This book is written to help: ·You remember a list of 100 objects in less than 2 hrs ·Expand your memory and knowledge of the world’s greatest artists, composers and writers ·Remember telephone and vital numbers ·Remember anything you would want to This book shows a few techniques on how to learn in most enjoyable way. For example how many of you can remember Planets in order, starting from the Sun? Until I read this book, I know I couldn’t. MEMORISING THE PLANETS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM First write down the names of all Planets of our Solar System on a piece of paper. Now check with the order I have written and see if you have got it right. This is in order from the Sun: 1. Mercury 2. Venus 3. Earth 4. Mars 5. Jupiter 6. Saturn 7. Uranus 8. Neptune 9. Pluto This is how you remember. You create a story. Imagine that you are standing in front of Sun. See it clearly, feel its heat and admire its orange glow. And there is this planet thermometer, filled with that liquid metal that measures temperature: MERCURY. The Sun heats up and eventually it bursts the thermometer. All you see is that tiny balls of that liquid metal Mercury on the floor. Next you see is this most beautiful little goddess standing right next to you. What shall we call her? Yes, VENUS. Then you see Venus playing with this scattered Mercury. Finally manage to pick up one of the Mercury Globules. She throws it in a giant arc way up in the sky. And this lands in your garden with a big thump. Your garden is on planet EARTH. Because of the big thump, it
effected your next-door neighbour who is a little red faced and about to fume up. Who is this God of War? MARS Mars is really furious that he is just about to attack you when, striding you on the scene comes a giant. He calms Mars down. He has an initial J on his forehead that stands for JUPITER. As you look up to Jupiter, he is wearing this T-shirt with the word ‘SUN’ emblazoned in golden letters. Each of this letters stands for the first letter of each of the three big Planets of the Solar System: SATURN, URANUS and NEPTUNE. Sitting on Jupiter’s head is this barking dog called PLUTO, laughing his little heart out. Now re-run this fantasy in your mind and then see how easy it is to remember! This definitely works. I am still reading the book so i will leave it here until further reading. I hope you will enjoy reading this. Thank you!
Aiming to provide an understanding of how the brain works and to help the reader to continue expanding the memory and other abilities, this book covers what have been described as the only major advances in memory techniques since the 17th century.