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Do you have trouble remembering people’s names? Is it hard for you to learn new things easily? You might be surprised to discover that the problem isn’t you or even aging - it’s your techniques. Now, you can dramatically increase your ability to memorize anything in only 14 days by mastering the scientifically proven best method of memory enhancement.

This audiobook offers a structured program on how you can organize the information in your brain into an efficient file and recall system.

You will learn to give your mind directions of how to get where it needs to go using the best shortcuts.

You will also get exclusive access to powerful advanced strategies that the world's best memory masters use for themselves, as well as the exact steps you need to follow to get your own bulletproof memory.

What does Photographic Memory do for you? After mastering the material in only two weeks, you will:

  • Be known as the person with great memory.
  • Become a human dictionary, able to quickly recall facts with ease.
  • Never forget anyone's name ever again!
  • Double - or even triple - your reading speed so you can study faster and remember more!
  • Master your focus and concentrate longer.
  • Attract successful people by maximizing your interpersonal intelligence!
  • Get more accomplished in less time.
  • Live a life of never-ending achievement with increased focus and productivity.
  • Master difficult tasks and break the procrastination habit.
  • Overcome a lack of motivation and laziness.
  • Feel mentally young and fresh, no matter your chronological age.
  • Learn new languages with ease.
  • And much more!

The Photographic Memory system can help anyone of all ages harness the incredible power of the mind to remember more with very little effort. 

If you apply the strategies inside, inevitably - hour after hour...day after day...week after week - you will find yourself in command of ever-increasing powers of rapid learning, vocabulary building, problem-solving, clear-thinking, friend-making, and superhuman memory.

Will this work for you if you are older, aging, have memory loss, or are taking medication? Yes, yes, yes, and yes! 

Buy this audiobook and start improving your memory right now!

©2019 Paul Thomson (P)2019 Paul Thomson

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Don't be fooled

First this book does not offer anything new in the way of memory.

Second, all the reviews are fake. They were all posted on the same day and by people who reviewed other similar book.

There are better memory books than this copied rehash

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Is English the narrator’s first language?

This has to be the worst narration I have ever listened to. The narrator speaks haltingly, pronouncing every word as though he’s a first grade reader learning how to sound out the words phonetically. It’s insulting and distracting, and got to the point where I couldn’t listen beyond halfway. I never even got into the meat of the book (because the first half is filled with things having nothing to do with tools of memorization) and finally just gave up.

This was my worst audible book selection to date.

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This book adds little to the science of memory imp

This book adds little to the science of memory improvement. However, that's not the point. There is no breakthrough in methods for improving memory. What Kevin gets right is that the techniques are only the beginning. It seems as if most of the book is about self-discipline...and that is really the point. Like any skill memory enhancement is a use it or lose it proposition.

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save your money

I can give you the down-low of this book. you learn a few different parts of the brain. you learn that the spine controls digestion and coughing. And to get plenty of sleep;eat right;excersise; don't smoke. that's it.

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Photographic memory is a very important type of vi

Photographic memory is a very important type of visual memory. A person with a well-developed photographic memory remembers everything in the smallest detail. I liked this book and would recommend it to anyone who needs such type of information.

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good one

A unique and thoughtful look. Photographic memory is a powerful way to get yourself ahead in the game and to always keep your mind sharp and focused. It helps us improve our mental focus and concentration, boost our productivity and speed up our success

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good one

So much valuable info that I was taking notes on each chapter. I then purchased the hardback. Then I discovered this photographic memory guide.

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It's a valuable book to have.

It's a valuable book to have. I'm consulting with a psychiatrist from the last few years and he prescribed me some medicine to increase my memory and I have got a good result at the same time in this book I have learned some tips too to increase my memory. I really enjoyed this book.

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Useful book to peruse!

Useful book to peruse! This is an extraordinary book to peruse that will enable you to improve your memory and will give you incredible understanding into how memory functions. It give bunches of data that are very elegantly composed and attractive. I discovered this book extremely helpful and Great to peruse!

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Excellent read and definitely very useful as the s

Excellent read and definitely very useful as the stuff here can be used for life. It doesn’t try to be too ambitious but introduces the reader to the world of memory and the key is to keep exercising the mind. The examples included definitely help.

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  • 04-04-19

The first few chapters are motivational, getting


The first few chapters are motivational, getting past one’s inhibitions and self-enforced limitations. In part 2 Horsley goes into a different method in each chapter. Generally, several methods use associating what a person wants to remember with things they know well, a way of affixing new knowledge with established knowledge. In chapter 6, Use your car to remember, a list of items, in this case foods that are good for your mind, is associated with parts of your car. Recalling it now, you imagine putting a tomato in the grill, an orange on the roof, blueberries on your seat, dried fruit on the dash, seeds and nuts in the back seat, an egg in the passenger seat, fish under the hood, etc. Makes for a humorous picture, imagining it, and this is one of Horsley’s major points: using imagination and humorous associations help us to remember. Another method, similar in locating words in locations, is using your own body. Another method, one that has potential for a great many associations, is imagining the items to remember on a journey, whether it be a short journey around your house, or a long journey across the nation. Horsley likes to use lists of qualities from motivational books for several exercises. There are particular methods for remembering numbers, associating them with letters, then making words of those letters; remembering names of people by associating them with actions or prominent characteristics. In closing the author writes about incorporating these methods with self-discipline and reviewing for memory reinforcement.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-29-21

Narration is dreadful

The content isn't bad but the narration is awful. Robotic and not read as a sentence

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  • MR
  • 06-02-20

I won’t be forgetting how bad the narration was for a long time...

The content is ok(ish) nothing new or overly in-depth on practises. I felt they got lost in the theme of the book when they started suggesting lifestyle choices and exercise regimes.

The narration is so robotic I thought that at times it was cut together using single words!!! It was painful to listen to and could’ve flowed so much smoother.

Wouldn’t waste the time or the credit/money on this unfortunately unforgettably bad performance and book.

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  • David Beckham
  • 04-04-19

If you allow this book to change the way you learn

If you allow this book to change the way you learn, then this book is easily worth 20x the cover price for the keys and tools Horsley provides you with because you'll finally be able to overcome that old adage that claims that we only use about 10% of our brains.

Like most of us, I've always just accepted the limitations that seem inherent with owning a brain, and I've become satisfied that I'll never be able to use more than "10%" as if it is not even realistic to tap into significantly more than that. However, this book invites you to throw away those limitations and strive for more. And Horsley's methods are not difficult to put into practice. They only require commitment, practice, and review. He compares it to taking your mind to the gym for a regular workout.

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  • Benjamin
  • 05-10-20

Not bad

Fairly basic, not much real information and I had to increase the speed to 1.2x as it's read so slowly. With that said it wasn't bad and did have some valuable information in that may be useful, but this is repeated quite alot.

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  • Eugene B.
  • 02-18-20

Absolutely nothing new or interesting

Just a collection of usual things:
Eat well, sleep well, meditate, solve puzzles, use repetition and associations.
I enjoyed narration though. Sounded a bit ... robotic at start, but then I grew into it

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-09-19

This book

This book is good for giving an overview of various tips and tricks for mastering your memory but an overview is all you get. There isn’t enough meat on the bones to really help anyone. Therefore this book is only worth while in conjunction with other books to really show you how to implement the techniques and if you’ve got to buy another book just buy one that covers the technique in full

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  • Gary D.
  • 11-16-19

If Siri read a book

The narrator ruins this whole book. It’s like Siri reads it to you. Literally worst audio book narrator I’ve heard.

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  • MP123
  • 10-16-19

WORST AUDIOBOOK EVER. .

What a waste of time. You may as well just Google memory techniques and in 10 minutes you have all the same information for free. Not to mention the narrator! He sounds like an old robotic GPS voice that is slowly running out of battery!

Please do not waste your time. Go straight to Dominic O'Brian's Quantum Memory book instead. I will now go and listen to that for a fourth time

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  • Andy Capocci
  • 09-29-19

Ripoff utter waffle. Not one technique explained

Honestly nine chapters talking about rest, eating healthy, not taking drugs, doing suduko and mindfulness.Then announces going into the detail but didn't. A dozen techniques not explained i.e use numonics ...errr yeah.

Seriously books should be vetted before publishing. Absolute ripoff