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The Memory Palace - Learn Anything and Everything (Starting With Shakespeare and Dickens) (Faking Smart Book 1) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Lewis Smile

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#1 Kindle Bestseller in "Memory Improvement" - Amazon.com, June, July, August, September, October 2012
#1 Featured book in "Hot New Releases" for "Memory Improvement" - Amazon.com, April 2012

Learn Anything And Everything. Starting Now.

Install Knowledge Into Your Brain Using The Very Same Memory Technique Used By The World's Top Memorizers.

  • What if you were suddenly granted the ability to download and install vast sums of knowledge into your brain...

  • What would you learn if you discovered your memory bank wasn't a tiny cupboard but was in fact an enormous warehouse?

  • What would you learn if you could cram your mind full of facts and figures?

  • How many people could you impress with your encyclopaedic knowledge of a subject they assume you know nothing about?

  • Are you studying for an exam and want a better way to remember important information?

Starting here, with the list of Shakespeare's 37 plays (in chronological order of course), and the novels of Charles Dickens, you will learn how to commit endless amounts of data to memory. Half an hour from the instant you start reading this book you will be able to recite, forwards and backwards, the titles of all of Shakespeare's plays... BUT THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING.

Through actual demonstration, you will have mastery of a technique that will allow you to do this with any topic of your choosing.

The Memory Grand Masters

The Memory Palace technique of memorizing is at least 2500 years old and relies solely on utilising your brain's natural strengths. Also known as the Journey Method, or the Method of Loci, the Memory Palace technique is used by every top memorizer in the world.

Inspired by the teachings of top memorizers, 'The Memory Palace' is your introduction and practical guide to storing and retrieving anything in that beautiful head of yours.

EXTRACT from "The Memory Palace - Learn Anything And Everything"

"Do you know all of Charles Dickens' novels? Do you know all of Shakespeare's plays? Do you know the world's longest rivers? The most-populated countries? Can you name every President the United States has ever had? Can you list the entire British Monarchy all the way back in time to 757AD? Can you reel off the geological time periods? Can you name every 'Best Picture' Oscar Winning Movie since 1928? Can you reproduce the Periodic Table of Elements if asked to do so?

If not, why not?

Well, probably because you haven't fed the information into your brain in a way it can remember.

Instead of having memories "in there somewhere", with everything in your head swirling around like a shaken cocktail, you will have an organised library of information. Learning in this way means when you come to recall something, you go to exactly where that memory is stored inside your head. You can even look around at the related memories.

A Memory Palace makes memories accessible, clear, vivid, and most importantly, unforgettable."

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 242 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 64 pages
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B007V3FLTE
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Word Wise: Activé
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 It works, but .... 13 juillet 2013
Par Evelyn Uyemura - Publié sur Amazon.com
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See warning at the end of the review!

First of all, I borrowed this for free through Amazon Prime, after reading Moonwalking with Einstein. That book showed that an average person can memorize (which is not quite the same thing as remember) a surprising amount of material, through a specific technique called the Memory Palace. I had heard about this method before, and gave it a half-hearted try, but like many people, I felt that it was too much trouble--learning a bunch of random stuff in order to learn the actual target material seemed like twice as much work.

But even half-hearted attempts seemed to work, at least for a while.

And after reading the Moonwalking book, I figured, why not? I'm 61 years old, my Dad just died of Alzheimer's this year, anything that can give my brain a workout is worth a try.

The plus of this book is that instead of explaining the memory palace technique, it just jumps right in and demonstrates it. It does all the imaginative work of walking you through a scenario with the crazy associations elaborated for you in print. And if you pay attention, form clear mental images as you go, and have a few functioning brain cells, it should take.

What I found is that after one reading, I did *not* have all 37 of Shakespeare's plays committed to memory. But what went wrong was very illuminating, because the ones I screwed up were the ones that I didn't really put in a specific enough location in the first place. The parts that I imagined clearly were firmly imprinted. The ones where I went, "Ok, corner of my street, wait, no, maybe the next street would be better, um, ok, let's say the house next door..."--those slipped away. But the corner of my bedroom, the door to the bathroom, the front porch, in front of the movie theatre, those were as clear as a bell.

So I see that indeed, this system will allow me, with some practice, and mostly, with clear image-making (imagining) in the first place, to memorize lists of various things.

I must admit that I am an English major and college English teacher, and I couldn't have told you even how many plays Shakespeare wrote, much less which one was first, or last, or how many of those damn Henrys he wrote. And now I can. (Also, Dickens wrote a couple of books I've never heard of.)

I was on Jeopardy about 7 years ago, and I tried to learn all the presidents, using another method, but I never got them all in place. Now I think I will finally, with some time and effort, get my presidents straight.

So yeah, the book is short, there are a couple of grammatical oddities, but it's worth $3.99 for sure if you're interested in using this method to memorize things.

EDIT: WARNING! Do not memorize the list of presidents given here! John Tyler and James K. Polk are missing! (They belong between Wm. H. Harrison and Zachary Taylor). Maybe the author's memory failed him? Maybe he really does need an editor? Now I wonder if the list of Shakespeare plays that I have memorized is actually correct! (Gotta remove one star for this error.)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Just buy it already 29 juillet 2012
Par Ashley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I had heard of this technique in a psychology class I took a few years ago, but disregarded it because it seemed childish. After reading this book, I feel like a complete idiot for not paying more attention to what could become the key many future successes. The author took me on a hilarious journey that resulted in my learning a series of plays and books that will never be forgotten. Not ever. I will be recommending this book to anyone who will listen. I might even shout it from the mountains, of which I now know the tallest ten in order of height. Many thanks to the author for this amazing tool.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Real Bargain! 21 janvier 2013
Par Gary L - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Don't pay attention to any negative reviews...This book has great value for a very small price. You will learn a valuable skill that you can use for the rest of your life. I picked up the book and in less than an hour I was able to memorize sll 37 of the Shakespeare play titles and all 20 of the Dickens novels...in order! 48 hours later, and I can still do it.

This is the same method used by world memory champions. After you finish this book, check out Dominic O'Brien's "You Can Have an Amazing Menory." The two books go real well togeher. After I learned the "journey" method that's taught in both of these books, I was actually able to memorize the sequence of a shuffled deck of card - something I never thought I'd be able to do. And it was incredibly easy. I memorized the sequence about 4-5 day ago, and today I recalled the entire sequence without a mistake. Now the sky's the limit. I'm anxious to see what else I can do. When was the last time you paid less than $3 for soemthing that gives you value for the rest of your life?...That's why I titled this review "A Real Bargain!"
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pure gold ! 13 mai 2012
Par Eric - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is the first time I felt compelled to write a review, I'm not even sure why no reviews had been written yet for this book. This book is a gem, with two quick stories now i know the order and names of all 37 Shakespeares plays and all 20 Dickens novels, and that's with 0 interest in English litterature. Worst of all, you can't even forget these things! It's the equivalent of an earworm but with useful information instead of Britney's insanely annoying nasal tone. I digress, but this book is a Godsend, thank you Lewis !

A book this short would leave a bitter taste for the amount paid but we are definitely talking quality vs quantity here, i would gladly have paid ten times that amount for the knowledge imparted here.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Immediately Practical 9 janvier 2013
Par Laura H - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
After learning about the "memory palace" in the book "Moonwalking With Einstein," I was able to benefit from this book immensely. It's brief and concise and gets the ball rolling right away by walking you through a memory palace. After two days, I finished and could recite forwards and backwards Shakespeare's 37 plays and Dickens' 20 novels. Now I can learn other lists that apply to my life and interests.
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