How To Use LINK Method To Boost Your Memory Premium class
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About This Class
IMPORTANCE OF TRAINED MEMORY
Memory is a skill that can be refined, polished and enhanced. It simply refers to how you organize and store data in the brain which will enable retention and recall more efficient and sharper. There is no ‘good memory’ or ‘bad memory’. There is only trained and untrained memory!
A trained memory is really important for anyone to possess. Your memory of names, lists, events, facts and other things relating to your daily life is the measure of your aptitude to succeed in today’s fast-paced, information-dependent world. With a trained memory, you don’t have to dread forgetting important things and you can overcome mental hurdles that prevent you from achieving success in your professional and personal life.
An untrained memory is often attributed to lack of concentration, inadequate listening skills, and other inherent bad habits; however, it can be trained and nurtured using the right techniques.
WHY TAKE THIS CLASS?
In this class, I’ll show you how to improve your memory using a very effective technique called “The Link Method”. You’ll learn how to use 'The Link Method' to memorize lists in a fun and effective manner.
So, enroll in this class now to boost your memory. I’ll see you on the other side.
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