Remember It!

The Names of People You Meet, All of Your Passwords, Where You Left Your Keys, and Everything Else You Tend to Forget
Narrated by: Matthew Josdal
Length: 6 hrs and 48 mins
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Throughout his research into memory theory, Nelson Dellis found existing memory improvement guides to be wanting - overcomplicated, dry, and stodgy. So he decided to create a book that is approachable and fun, centered on what people actually need to remember. In Remember It!, Dellis teaches us how to make the most of our memory, using his competition-winning techniques. 

Presenting the information in a user-friendly way, Dellis offers bite-size chapters, addressing things we wish we could remember but often forget: names, grocery lists, phone numbers, where you left your keys - you name it! This fast-paced, highly illustrated tour of the inner workings of the brain makes improving your memory simple and fun.

©2018 Nelson Dellis (P)2018 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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Excellent! Best memory book thus far.

Combine Moonwalking with Einstein and this book and you are solid to both understand where money techniques vibe from and how to use them in your daily life. I think this book by Nelson Dellis is the best yet or there. The techniques he gives you have day to day applications, which you could also use to take your memory training to the next level. Absolutely recommended for those seeking to improve memory.

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Nelson Dellis delivers

Nelson has put together an impressive book. His See, Link, Go method is applied in many different memory skills that he provides. This book is great if you want to remember names and faces, phone numbers, passwords, dates in history, and even playing cards.

My one complaint with the book is that it is spoon fed to you. Every technique comes along with around 5 examples so be prepared to go through a lot of made up memory palaces. It’s a little hard to listen to “imagine that so and so is doing X with a Y” a million times, but it’s all worth it because the book is full of Gold.

I’d probably recommend getting the physical book. I like the ease of audio, but I felt like I missed out on the cool illustrations, and I would have liked to skip around.

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Overall great instructional examples....

Very different from the author's demeanor and mannerisms. I was distracted by the narrator's personality and tone. Frightfully chirpy like a used car salesman. And wrong sounding person overall. Nelson Dellis has a certain way and this narrator missed the mark. Would have preferred author's narration.

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Tons of techniques

Took a minute to get use to narrator (not the author) after watching Nelson's YouTube videos. Narrator is more performance-y than Nelson. That being said, great book with plenty of strategies that I will practice and use.

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best memory book out there! worth it! accessible

Would recommend this to any and everybody trying to improve their memory! simple right out the gate

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