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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of How to Develop Superpower Memory. The writer was a magician who also used to perform amazing memory stunts. Here he goes into the detail of his Link and Peg method for remembering all kinds of things. I read it,it was good fun. Some of the gimmickry even worked and one could do a few memory stunts of one's own.
But what it didn't take into account was the inevitable effects of ageing. Then,such tricks don't help. Jan 24, James Oliver rated it it was amazing Shelves: self-help. Possible the best - and certainly most practical - self-help book you will ever read. Anyone who knows me knows that I am not easy to impress yet this book does what it says on the lid. The memory method Harry teaches uses crazy outlandish associations together with a peg system of memory.
Harry is a magician and many magicians use meth Possible the best - and certainly most practical - self-help book you will ever read. Harry is a magician and many magicians use methods like these to perform memory feats.
PS Anybody who gives it a score less than 4 stars probably is even lazier than I am and didn't even bother to learn the peg words. Feb 03, Andreas Asimakopoulos rated it it was amazing Shelves: mind-memory. With the Link Method you can forget a list whenever you want. Train your observation skills: Write the objects of a room in a list. Repeat it. See what you missed. Look at one person for a moment, close your eyes and try to mentally describe every detail of this person's face.
Look at a shop window display. Those who read to remember and those who read to forget. Absolutely powerful. I came to know about this book from a British illusionist, hypnotist named Derren Brown. He, himself is a house-hold name in England and famous for his tricks.
However, this book was quite special in it's own light, seeing how it can be helpful in daily lives. This book helps memorize abstract objects in sequence and in-and-out of order , names of people you just met only once, long digits, telephone numbers, appointments, errands, foreign words, importan Amazing. This book helps memorize abstract objects in sequence and in-and-out of order , names of people you just met only once, long digits, telephone numbers, appointments, errands, foreign words, important dates etc.
It's not filled with technical details about how your brain works or how it stores memory, fortunately. He just gives you methods to use to train your memory. The author also makes sure it's not a boring path to learning, as he frequently tells various jokes relating to memory and his personal anecdotes. You might have been surprised to see a performer reveal his techniques in the risk of gathering new competitions, but his purpose was honorable: the book could help people in practical life. It was awe-inspiring to see myself improve my memory and perform my stunts; I sometimes started jumping up and down in joy.
Not only is this a great book for some astounding memory stunts, it can help anyone in their daily life! A business man traveling in the mid-west was told about an Indian, living in the vicinity, who had a most fantastic memory. Having just completed a memory course, and priding himself on his own newly acquired achievements, he decided to visit this Indian to see whose memory was better.
He introduced himself to the Indian and proceeded to test him. The memory expert answered every question quickly and accurately. His mind was a storehouse of knowledge, containing such information as the populations of nearly all American cities, important dates, scientific theories, etc.
The business man couldn't stump him. Finally, he decided to try one last question. When he arrived home, he told all his friends about it, only to have them scoff and say that eggs were usually eaten at breakfast, and that anyone could have answered that.
As the years passed, the man began to believe this, until one day he found himself back in the mid-west on a sales trip. One afternoon he happened to come upon the same Indian he had met here years ago. Wanting to show that his memory for faces was pretty good, he raised his hands in the traditional Indian greeting, and said, "How.
Dec 05, Rahul Phulore rated it it was amazing Shelves: self-help , favorites. It wouldn't be an overstatement if I say this book changed my life. View all 5 comments. Feb 03, Amit Verma rated it really liked it. I have read one other book on this topic which is on bestsellers list on kindle store , but this one is better. It is simple, divided into parts and goes about concepts in a graded way.
It also features person experience if the author who is memory champion. Starts with quotes and stories and gives you concepts like linking, peg method, associations and phonetic glossary. It depicts these by many examples. It emphasises that if you want to remember something, there are systems which you can us I have read one other book on this topic which is on bestsellers list on kindle store , but this one is better.
It emphasises that if you want to remember something, there are systems which you can use and after practice it will run automatically in your mind. It promises help and framework which can only work with adequate practice. Nice book, written in simple prose and uncomplicated way and there is no useless stretching of the topics.
Sections like remembering cards and telephone numbers of USA are not necessary for everyone. You may pick something which you think will help you. Remembering names and small lists is probably enough for a casual reader. Dec 15, Gautam Baba rated it liked it. Though a couple of age old techniques that seems outdated, this non fiction title stood out for its engaging writing.
Despite the old school techniques, the book stood out in the minds of young students. Not a book to miss in any era of reading class. Good tips on training the memory.
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