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Unlimited Memory: 3 Manuscripts

Photographic Memory, Memory Training & Accelerated Learning
Narrated by: Barry Shannon
Length: 3 hrs and 27 mins

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This three-in-one book contains information about....

1) Photographic Memory

Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t need to study so hard in order to memorize something?

You may have heard about people who are gifted at taking photographs of information in their minds; however, what you may not have heard is that taking these types of photos is actually a skill that you can teach yourself. Memorizing information doesn’t have to be difficult, yet many people struggle to do so simply because they haven’t learned how to take pictures of images that they want to retain in their minds for future use. In other words, once you learn how to cultivate a photographic memory, you’ll be able to easily set yourself apart from the rest.

2) Memory Training

We use our memories on a daily basis, and yet sometimes they don’t always perform the way we like. Age, health conditions, and a simple lack of mental exercise can all contribute to your memory not being as efficient or productive as it could be. 

Whether you’re looking to improve your memory to reduce forgotten memos and lost items, if you want to learn new skills faster, or both, then you’ve come to the right place. Memory Training: The Powerful Guide to Improve Memory, Memory Training Tips, Memory Techniques... is a book designed to help you master your memory so that you can stop wondering what you came in the room for.

3) Accelerated Learning

Learning is as much unlearning as it is learning, and the ability to reflect is key to transformative learning which is what acceleration learning is here for.

This book teaches the types of acceleration strategies that could be designed to allow progress through the core contents of a school program at a rate more closely aligned with a student’s ability and interests, rather than being restricted by artificially imposed steps of progression.

©2017 Jonathan Wilkens (P)2018 Jonathan Wilkens

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