Super Memory Essentials: Level 1 - Develop A Perfect Memory (A System To Recall Absolutely Anything)

Alan Jarvis, Everything Is Easy, Once You Know How

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41 Videos (3h 15m)
    • 0 - SuperLearner 1 Promo

      2:11
    • 1 - Hello! And Welcome To The Course!

      5:24
    • 1 - What You Tell Yourself Is Important

      3:24
    • 1 - Your Revision Template Guide

      3:31
    • 2 - All 4 Of The 3 Keys To A Perfect Memory

      3:42
    • 2 - Key 1: Association

      6:12
    • 2 - The Sciency Bit: How We Store Information Naturally

      4:27
    • 2 - Last Week, I Saw Freddie Mercury In The Garden

      8:52
    • 2 - The Story Method

      6:14
    • 2 - Location, Location, Location

      6:25
    • 2 - It Was Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)

      2:53
    • 2 - The 10 Commandments

      6:22
    • 2 - The Memory Palace...And Collective Nouns

      8:27
    • 2 - The Unusual Is Nothing To Be Afraid Of – Phobias

      8:28
    • 3 - I Never Forget A Face...

      7:25
    • 3 - Sir Names

      5:00
    • 3 - Meet My Friends (Or, The Rogue's Gallery!)

      7:10
    • 3 - There's Something (Else) About You

      2:54
    • 4 - Introduction To The Numbers Section

      1:37
    • 4 - The Number Rhyme Method

      3:08
    • 4 - The Number Shape Method

      3:11
    • 4 - The Major System

      6:12
    • 4 - Let The Internet Do All The Hard Work!

      3:54
    • 4 - Memorising Dates With The Major System

      2:42
    • 4 - The D.O.M.I.N.I.C. System

      4:18
    • 4 - Talking Telephone Numbers

      2:37
    • 4 - Easy As Pi(e)

      2:12
    • 5 - The Titans

      8:34
    • 5 - The Titans: Deepen Your Knowledge

      5:13
    • 5 - The Olympians

      6:50
    • 5 - The Olympians: Deepen Your Knowledge

      2:22
    • 5 - The Romans

      6:32
    • 5 - The Romans: Deepen Your Knowledge

      3:07
    • 6 - The American State Capitals

      5:21
    • 6 - European Capitals

      4:20
    • 7 - Introduction To The Languages Section

      2:11
    • 7 - French Vocabulary

      4:39
    • 7 - Italian Vocabulary

      4:00
    • 7 - Spanish Vocabulary

      4:03
    • 7 - German Vocabulary

      4:04
    • 8 - Congratulations And Final Test

      4:44

About This Class

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This is the course I wish I had 30 years ago...

Hi!

You're probably reading this because you want to see if it's possible to hone your memory skills to the point that you never forget an important piece of information again. A name. A face. A birthday. An anniversary. The atomic number of Plutonium...

Actually, you know it can be done, because some lucky people can do it. You may even know some of them...The question is, how do they do it, and can you learn to do it too?

When I was in my late teens and early twenties, I had to sit a total of 13 professional exams. I bluffed my way through most of them...I say bluffed, but I was actually pretty good at my job, so I knew the answers intuitively...but there was one exam that was a problem. A BIG problem: Contract law. You see, the thing is with a contract law exam, there's no bluffing your way through it. You may understand the basics, but you can't guess the names of the parties, or when the law was passed...and to pass the exam, you had to be able to cite case law. Lots and lots of case law. There's no way around it.

I failed the exam (spectacularly)...twice. It seemed the harder I studied (and we're talking a lot of hours here) the worse my memory became. I learned one new thing, and forgot two old things. I asked my law professor how he knew so many cases, and he said he'd been a practising solicitor for 30 years, and it comes with experience...but I hadn't got experience, or 30 years!

I was in trouble, so I did the thing that most young men do when faced with such a monumental issue in life...I sat on the couch, and put the television on

It was a Saturday night, I remember it clearly. There was a show called Monkhouse's Memory Masters, hosted by Bob Monkhouse...it was a game show, where regular members of the public were "trained" to develop perfect memories. And these guys were recalling hundreds and hundreds of facts...impressive. But more impressive to me was that they learned how to do this in a matter of hours! yes, HOURS!

I gleaned what I could from the clips in the show, and then spent every penny I had in the local book store buying and devouring every book in print on how to develop these super-human feats of recall. I thought it must be something new and revolutionary...but it turns out these systems have been around since the Greeks! So why wasn't everyone doing this?

It's now 30 years on, and I still have the same question.

The truth is, ANYONE can learn these systems, and train their memory to become almost perfect. Not just for an exam you're taking next week, but store the information forever...

And that is precisely what you will learn in this course. In just a few hours, you will be able to memorise anything...perfectly. To get you started, in the course you will master:

  • How to encode information, so it can be recalled instantly...ALWAYS!
  • How to memorize foreign languages!
  • How to memorize the US state capitals
  • How to memorize the European capitals
  • How to memorize ancient Greek and Roman Mythology
  • How to memorize names and faces
  • How to memorize numbers and dates
  • How to memorize the planets (in order)
  • How to memorize wedding anniversaries & birthdays
  • How to memorize the 10 Commandments
  • How to memorize collective nouns
  • How to memorize the names of phobias

...does that sound like a good use of a few hours of your life?

If so, taking THIS course could be the best decision you ever made. It literally could change your life. It did mine.

See you in the course...

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Alan Jarvis

Everything Is Easy, Once You Know How

Hi, my name is Alan!

I have almost thirty years of experience in teaching various subjects and have held senior management positions at several blue chip and Times Top 100 companies. I now specialise in consultancy, interim work and teaching.

My love for Excel began soon after the program was released. Back then, we really only used it for typing tables in our production planning department. If you can believe it, I was taught to then calculate with a calculator and TYPE the ans...

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