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How To Memorize the Contents of a Book [VIDEO]

  Do you easily forget things that you’ve read? Don’t worry. You can improve your ability to remember information. The presentation below will show you how to memorize the contents of a book using the numeric peg system. It’s a powerful memory technique that you can easily learn. Let us know what you think in […]

How To Create & Remember Strong Passwords

How To Create & Remember Strong Passwords [VIDEO]

When was the last time you changed your password? We all know that our passwords should be created using lower & uppercase letters, numbers and special characters. But few of us bother to create passwords like this because they’re hard to remember. In this video, we’ll go over a simple technique to help you create […]

How To Remember More of What You Read

How To Remember More of What You Read [VIDEO]

Do you easily forget what you read? Learn how to remember more of what you read in this free class offered by Paul Nowak, Founder of Iris Reading. You’ll learn how your memory works and how you can utilize simple techniques to improve your retention of the material. Materials for this webinar: Presentation Slides, Article […]

The Chunking Memory Technique

The Chunking Memory Technique [Podcast]

For most people, short-term memory is limited to a certain extent. For example, most people have trouble remembering more than 7 individual pieces of information at a time. It is the same reason why we need to make a list of groceries to get if the list of items gets close to or more than […]

Remembering Names

Remembering Names [Podcast]

Do you forget names easily? Forgetting names is one of the most common memory problems people have. Learning to remember names effectively can help you in a variety of ways. Some of the most successful people have mastered the technique of remembering names and you can too. This episode will teach you how to remember […]

30 Tips to Improve Your Memory

Get plenty of sleep. Lack of rest will have a negative effect on your memory. Keep yourself hydrated. Studies have shown that a 2% decrease in hydration can lead to a 20% loss in energy. Since your body and your brain are inter-related, you need to keep your system hydrated to improve your brain’s efficiency. […]