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Photographic Memory Mastery

Learn Powerful Techniques to Boost Your Memory Instantly & Remember Important Details for Achieving Academic, Work and Business Success
Narrated by: Jason R. Gray
Length: 1 hr and 51 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Photographic memory is something that many people misunderstand. They assume that it is something you have to be born with. And if they don’t have it, they think that there is no way that they can gain this skill and use it for their own benefits.

This guidebook will tell you how that way of thinking is wrong. Anyone can gain a photographic memory. You just need to have the right methods and tips in place to make this easier. With some dedication and some time, you will be able to remember names of those you meet at parties, use visualization techniques, learn how your emotions can make a difference, and even remember long strings of numbers.

Some of the things that we will discuss in this guidebook when it comes to gaining a photographic memory include: 

  • The basics of a photographic memory
  • Understanding how memories work
  • How to get your mind ready to master photographic memory
  • Some of the best memorization techniques
  • The importance of using visualization
  • How your emotions will impact how well you remember something
  • How to remember the names of those you meet
  • How to remember numbers, even if they are very long
  • The importance of remembering the details in everyday life
  • The basic steps that will put it all together and help you to remember any information that you want
  • How to develop laser-sharp focus to get the best results

When you are ready to start developing your own photographic memory and seeing results in no time, make sure to take a look at this guidebook to help you out!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2018 Steve Chambers (P)2018 Steve Chambers

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  • sumbom
  • NEW YORK, NY
  • 09-17-18

Great

Good book and worth to read! If you are one of those people who still memorize things through repeating them over and over until retained, then it's time to get rid of that old habit and discover a range of various memory tricks and techniques in this book. You'll able to practice every technique through the exercises included in each method!

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. A unique and thoughtful look.

Different types of memory discussed well also techniques to improve memory are practical and easy to follow I have started following alphabet pegs and rhyming peg system to improve memory.

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Wow lots of good info inside

A lot of systems of memorization. Building from simple to more complex. Examples and self testing to help you understand concepts. Really full of good information to form your own methods based on your learning style and subjects being memorized. Review and practice will make these methods your own. Giving you a new way to think and remember

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so good

I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for proven and easy to learn techniques to open the Pandora box of their memory! The information was well put and easy to digest

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Great Book

Got this book for my microbiology class and it was very helpful. Explanations are straight to the point and pictures were clear and informative

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-17-18

Good book

got this book to try and help with my memory. I am taking classes to go back to college and wanted to get stupid ideas...

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-17-18

I really enjoyed

! The way the information flows actually helps you somewhat memorize the key points after the first read. I am definitely starting a DAILY memory skills training routine and will forever be grateful for stumbling upon this excellent piece of literature.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-17-18

Amazing book.

it was really great. I am very happy with this Photographic Memory. If you are looking any guide on Photographic Memory then you can purchse this book.thanks

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-17-18

very interesting idea

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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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-17-18

enjoyed this book

The benefits of having photographic memory will encourage you to improve your memory. It's quite amazing. I like how the books discusses simple hacks for remembering usual stuff such as names, numbers and passwords - all of which are stuff we deal with everyday.