• A Great Memory

  • Remember Everything You Hear, Read, and Study
  • By: Robert Montgomery
  • Narrated by: Robert Montgomery
  • Length: 2 hrs and 24 mins
  • 2.5 out of 5 stars (37 ratings)

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By: Robert Montgomery
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Publisher's Summary

Now you can gain a super-sharp memory, quickly and easily, while you drive, exercise, or relax. The breakthrough techniques in this program are the result of intensive research into the best way to train the human mind.

In just a few spare minutes a day, you'll learn to:

  • Remember every name you hear
  • Have instant recall of facts, figures, and numbers
  • Keep track of schedules and appointments in your head
  • Give a speech without notes
©1997 Learn Incorporated (P)2003 Oasis Audio

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    4 out of 5 stars

Practical advise without unnecessary theory

As with most Memory books, the author provides several tools to help improve your memory. Although many of these we've all heard before, the author presents a easy to follow approach without the unnecessary theoretical details.

20 people found this helpful

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I'm trying to remember, yes......

OK, it's coming to me...yes it sucked. I was looking for an interesting memory book. This was not it.

12 people found this helpful

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don't waste your money

This book did not ofer any new insight and was downright poorly presented. I did not find it helpful at all -- at least not as far as I can remember.

9 people found this helpful