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Remember Everything You Want and Manage the Rest: Improve Your Memory and Learning, Organize Your Brain, and Effectively Manage Your Knowledge (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Helmut Sachs
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Remember Everything You Want and Manage the Rest is a practical guide for anyone who wishes to improve their memory and learning and master information in a knowledge intensive world. It merges rapid memorization and long-term memory improvement techniques with information and knowledge management to provide a comprehensive solution for students, professionals, and life-long learners. The book contains a wealth of easy-to-follow examples.

Update April 16, 2014: Version 1.1 (higher-resolution images, updated step-by-step guidelines and software illustrations, and more)

Memorization is not enough
"Create a memory palace and store everything in your brain." Does this really work? Yes - mnemonic techniques allow you to memorize a large fact file, learn foreign languages, and give an important speech completely from memory. Consequently, we cover the most effective memory improvement methods and accompany them with real-life examples.

But to really keep what you have learned, you have to reinforce it. This book scratches more than the surface when it comes to the most powerful memory technique of all - Practicing recall using effective methods and modern computer software.

Besides, what do you want to remember in the first place?
There is more information on the Internet than you would ever want to remember - and a lot of it will be outdated in a few years. Don't "download" it all into your brain or your computer. Instead, become smart about extracting the important information, taking notes, and organizing what is relevant for your life, business, research, or studies, so that you can re-find and use it with ease while it is relevant.

What can you expect from this book?
  • A comprehensive set of memory improvement techniques: Learn and review faster, pass exams, memorize foreign language vocabulary with confidence, and improve your memory in all areas of your life.
  • You learn how to extract, organize, and review information from all kinds of sources, including the web, books and e-books, videos, etc., using modern, mostly free computer software.
  • Re-find your information with ease, build your own digital library, and create bibliographies with the click of a few buttons.
  • You learn how to take and manage notes in innovative ways, including techniques such as mind mapping and outlining.
  • A very effective method to improve your attention span and concentration.
  • Techniques to beat absent-mindedness and stress.
  • A wealth of references and resources.
  • Easy-to-follow real-life examples.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A book that keeps its promises! 17 juillet 2013
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Remember everything and manage the rest is a great handy book full of practical advice, and it goes way beyond memorization techniques.
It covers a lot from learning new languages or remembering non-fiction books to organizing information and taking notes. I particularly liked the fact that the book is not only about theory, it is full of practical examples and exercises.
Each technique or tool explained comes with short fun exercises so you can test yourself and see practically how the technique is applied.
I also like the fact that the book contains many notes and references for those who want to study further.

I’ve learned a lot from reading it and I recommend it strongly.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Insightful Guide on How to Improve Memory 24 novembre 2014
Par NIck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Many of the books I've read on brain function and memory enhancement are sub-par, at best. They don't explain anything, nor do they provide you with proper techniques on how to enhance your memory. This book, "Remember Everything You Want and Manage the Rest" is different from the rest. It is more of a guide than of a book; It's a guide for anyone, such as myself, who wants to improve their memory and learning. Not only does this guide provide short time memorization techniques, but it also provides readers with techniques to remember long term. Most people are capable of memorizing key facts on a short term basis, but quickly forget as time goes on. This book provides exercises and techniques in order to ensure that you actually retain the information you are absorbing, instead of just simply memorizing and then forgetting later on.

Some of the memorization techniques I am familiar with, especially after just finishing, "Maximizing Brain Control : Unleash The Genius In You". However, this book provides some new insight and tips on better memory enhancement. The best part about this particular book is, it is straight forward and to the point. The author does not go into useless, boring information that none of us can use in our everyday lives. From start to finish, it helps us to better understand our brain functions and how to properly store information. This is truly a self help guide, that anyone who needs help in this area can relate to and apply to their everyday lives.

What can one expect from this book? Expect to learn how to give presentations without looking at notes; this is something that is very useful to me as a College student, as I have to give a lot of presentations and always have to refer back to my notes. You can also expect to actually retain information you read, whether it be from a book you just read or an important news article. Attention and concentration are very important key elements, and through reading this book you will learn how to enhance your skills in both of these areas.

Readers will also learn why we forget things; whether it be from stress, or dividing attention between two tasks, or are just distracted overall. In order to reduce memory failures due to these factors, this guide will show you your mistakes and how to fix them the correct way. I would highly recommend this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very thorough, and very useful!! 13 mai 2013
Par David Totten - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I have some familiarity with memorization techniques, but still selected this book because the scope is clearly much more than that. As a consequence, in approaching this book I took a different turn; scanning the contents, I figured that `how to memorize a chapter of a non-fiction book' (chap 11) seemed to be the best place to start - this being, afterall, a non fiction book. I then went to `external note taking' (chap 16) which used OneNote as example - a recently acquired application which I've been tinkering around with but not quite sure how to use to practical effect. I then started back filling these sections, with the earlier chapters on how memory works (chap 2), challenges of modern environment (chap 3) and overview of memorizing tools (chap 4). (I liked all, but chap 3 struck the strongest chord, because the issues it dealt with are so familiar from my day to day office life, and yet address an area which, at least in books I have read previously, tends to be overlooked). For me, this proved to be a very useful way to approach the text, and I was very happy that structure of the book and clarity of writing made this possible.

Overall `Remember Everything and Manage the Rest' does exactly what the title says. It is clear treatment of everything you need to know about memory (`Remember Everything.....') from sensory inputs / attention, short term memory, long term memory, and how to apply these to practical effect - learning texts for example. It also combines this with useful computer tools to help manage information (`... and Manage the Rest'). It uses extensive references for key points, which I really like - I dislike the popular end of this genre which frequently asserts a proprietary system and expounds personal anecdotes. However it is not an academic book - it simply aims to be evidence based, principle-orientated and thoroughly agnostic.

There are people who go to the gym to learn how to lift huge weights or build great cardio fitness, towards no particular end - it is simply their hobby. Similarly there are memory books (although this book is NOT just about memorization) to which people turn in order to memorize several decks of cards in minutes. I am neither a gym-nut nor aspiring mentathelete (or whatever the term is). I picked this book up because I was looking for help with my work. I wanted something more extensive and practical than handbooks on memory related `party tricks', and `how to study'. I am managing a consulting company, in a developing country, running around 5-7 projects (variously in business consulting, economic research and primary research) concurrently, all of which I need to keep track of. This book is very useful to me because it provides information on how to improve my personal productivity, and that of my local colleagues.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best in class 5 septembre 2013
Par Marty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I am a 68 year old life-long learner. I first discovered mnemonic systems when I was in High School (Harry Lorrayne). I have since explored other systems as they became available and have amassed quite a collection of books on mnemonics, study tips, how to read effectively, and, as a computer programmer, I have studied about data retrieval systems, project management, and databases. I have also collected personal software for data storage and retrieval and flash cards.

This is the first book I have found that covers ALL of these subjects and gives excellent, clear, concise directions and suggestions for acquiring and using many tools that can help your gather, analyze, manage, retrieve, and when necessary, memorize massive amounts of data and information. I was particularly impressed that the author recommended some tools I had never heard of despite my years of experience in this field. Another thing that impressed me was his web site, which actually has very good additional resources and comments.

Well done!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Comprehensive Memory Improvement 13 juillet 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
This book is amazing. It is the best guide to improving memory that I have ever seen.

Just have a look at the Table of Contents, and you can see how much material this book covers. There is no fluff about the history of different methods, or long stories about people somehow related to the topic, or the author's opinions. This book is not for entertainment, it is a guide to actually improving your memory, and it jumps right in to the core methods on the first page. It describes all the aspects of memory improvement in a succinct yet effective way. The book is backed by the latest research, and it succeeds in delivering everything promised.

From the book description:

What can you expect from this book?

-A comprehensive set of memory improvement techniques: Learn and review faster, pass exams, memorize foreign language vocabulary with confidence, and improve your memory in all areas of your life.

Just to describe the book's comprehensiveness, REYWAMTR (the only problem with the book is the hard to type title) covers the techniques made popular in Joshua Foer's book Moonwalking with Einstein, except without the 300 pages of fluff. Readers also learn a lot more about actually using memory systems in their lives, instead of hearing about them. The book also covers basic mnemonics, spaced repetition systems, learning foreign vocabulary, methods to remember what you read... All sorts of useful advice.

-You learn how to extract, organize, and review information from all kinds of sources, including the web, books and e-books, videos, etc., using modern, mostly free computer software. Re-find your information with ease, build your own digital library, and create bibliographies with the click of a few buttons.

The author describes how to use different tools to capture information, read and learn it, summarize it, and remember it for a lifetime. There are different categories, with each category named after a specific class of tools for different aspects in knowledge management. I found it hard at first to understand how all the tools fit together, but once I asked the author some questions (using [...] had a closer look at the workflow described on Chapter 12, and read the book in more detail, the method described became clear.

-You learn how to take and manage notes in innovative ways, including techniques such as mind mapping and outlining.

The author describes how to summarize material using different methods. Since everything is in "compressed" form, you will not be a master summarizer, but it is easy to get started using just the book.

-A very effective method to improve your attention span and concentration.
-Techniques to beat absent-mindedness and stress.

The author covers these topics well in the beginning of the book.

-A wealth of references and resources.

I would have appreciated more references and resources, but it did not really affect my implementation of the book's techniques.

-Easy-to-follow real-life examples.

The author does a good job of describing each technique and how to use it in real-life.

Remember Everything and Manage The Rest helped me create my own knowledge management system and improve my memory, and if you have enough dedication to put everything covered in the book into action, you will be amazed at the results. I recommend this book to everyone who wants to improve their memory and has the drive to do it. Thank you Mr. Sachs!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Remember (and Organize) everything you want would make a better title but it was already long enough. 4 août 2013
Par Daniel Kuhlman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I love organization and wanted to learn more about memory. They go hand in hand. Helmut Sachs in his book "Remember Everything You Want and Manage the Rest" offers quite a few golden nuggets. Each chapter is dedicated to developing your memory for different uses in different situations. One methodology that resonated with me is the use of [flashy] cards. I have used flash cards for years but was unaware of the methodology to put them to use in a systematic way. Helmut outlines those different ways and even offers his choices of online flash card tools. I love a good web app but hate searching for the right one. Also, I found the section on organizing the content from your web searches extremely relevant and helpful. I have been using plain old folders for years but never tags as an organizational tool. This suggestion alone should save me mega-time searching my computer for those fragments of information I need at a moments notice. Another good nugget was the Method of Loci. Setting up a memory path for you to follow throughout your day or a speech is a great way to remember everything.

With a book like this it is impossible to get all of it all at once. It also offers different nuggets to different people. This is one of those books for your library to refer to over the years as you need to develop different skills. Find your golden nugget and work it. Then the next nugget and work that one. Thank you Helmut.
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