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Publisher's Summary

Increase your powers of recall and retention with Harry Lorayne's famous Memory Development Program.

How to Improve Your Memory will teach you proven techniques for remembering phone numbers, prices, appointments, speeches, lists, and much more. By applying the Lorayne link and peg system of memory development you will be able to:

  • Enhance your skills of observation and association
  • Double your powers of retention
  • Increase concentration
  • Remember almost anything you want to remember

    Let Harry Lorayne share his memory development strategies with you, and train your memory to serve you well.

  • ©1989 Harry Lorayne; (P)2007 Random House Inc.

    Critic Reviews

    "I can honestly say to you that I am astonished constantly at what I am able to do using Harry Lorayne's technique." (Dick Cavett)
    "I was so impressed by Harry Lorayne's memory techniques that I had him teach our salesmen. It was worth every penny we spent. The lessons have been invaluable to us, and I recommend Harry Lorayne's systems without qualification...." (Alan Greenberg, CEO, Bear Stearns & Co.)
    "The Yoda of memory training." (Time)

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    • James
    • e brunswick, NJ, USA
    • 03-21-07

    Don't Buy

    I am a long time fan of Harry Lorayne's memory method,but you won't learn it from this audio. It works for remembering items but you need the hard copy book to learn the tricks to remember numbers.
    Also this is over priced for a 45 min. audio.

    57 of 60 people found this review helpful

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    Worth the Listen, But Buy the Book Too

    Overall I gave it a 3 because you don't get his entire course in 48 minutes. His performance is exciting and so is the story line. Clearly if one wants to improve his/her memory you must practice the techniques. You get a few in this audio, but for a full understanding of his techniques you really need his book where he covers all of them in detail. I found this audio to be a good companion to his book. Worth the buy for me anyway.

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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    good info if a bit short

    Great book really works but is very short. luckily it's all there but some nu number info that's online already if you look up the author.

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    Practical

    Short, fast, quick. It is simple real world advice you can use right away. Get the book if you want to learn to remember today.

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    • Alvie
    • Newark, NJ, United States
    • 06-06-12

    Workable

    Any additional comments?

    The techniques mentioned to improve one's memory is rather interesting. Maybe children would have more fun learning how to improve their memory.

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    • Hector
    • Newark, New Jersey, United States
    • 01-17-12

    Easy, fast, accessible, effective and realistic

    This brief book will teach you how and what to apply in order to improve your memory, its very effective and you can start to apply the method right away, no long studying hours, or anything like that.

    This is a fast, easy solution to our memory problems.

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    Great book

    My 7-year-old son and I have listen to How to Improve Your Memory several times and we are having fun using these techniques to improve our memory.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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    Forgot the name of the book

    Not at all what I expected...may work for some but I wish I could get my money back. You waste more time trying to remember the system...I could have remembered everything else wihtout confusing it with some phonic numbering system.

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful