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e-Book How to Develop a Super-Power Memory: Names, Faces, Numbers, Events, Facts, Ideas! (Signet) epub download

Author: Harry Lorayne
ISBN: 0451160363
Publisher: Signet (December 1, 1974)
Language: English
Category: Hypnosis
Size ePUB: 1560 kb
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Rating: 4.2
Votes: 643
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Subcategory: Self-Help

e-Book How to Develop a Super-Power Memory: Names, Faces, Numbers, Events, Facts, Ideas! (Signet) epub download

by Harry Lorayne



FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Develop a photographic memory-and increase your memory capacity by tenfold with this practical and lucid guide.

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How to Develop A SUPER-POWER. How to sharpen and develop your observation abil-ities. The systems and methods in this book will show you how the principles and ideas of simple conscious associations can be applied to remembering anything. A. thomas & co. preston. 66. It Pays to Remember Speeches, Articles, Scripts. Yes, that's right- remembering anything, including names and faces, items, objects, facts, figures, speeches, etc. In other words, the sys-tems and methods you will learn in this book, can be ap-plied to anything and everything in every day social or busi-ness life.

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Harry Lorayne proves it by showing th. There is no such thing as a poor memory-only a trained or untrained one. Harry Lorayne proves it by showing that anyone can accomplish amazing memory feats with speed and ease.

Mr This book has helped me stop forgetting things ONCE and for all. Read the introduction of this book, and you will see that the first few pages have wild, outlandish claims - BU. .

Lorayne has a system that most people do not know about, or perhaps some have used subconciously in the past. As with learning a new system, IT WILL TAKE SOME EFFORT IN THE BEGINNING. But only a little, not a whole lot actually. It just requires practice. This book has helped me stop forgetting things ONCE and for all. Read the introduction of this book, and you will see that the first few pages have wild, outlandish claims - BUT THEY ARE NOT! ANYONE, and I mean ANYONE, WILL be able to use this system and PERFORM all those amazing feats of memory.

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Develop a photographic memory--and increase your memory _ capacity by tenfold with this practical and lucid guide. _
Vushura
I initially started reading this book with some skepticism. I undertook the first few exercises with even more skepticism. "Ok" I thought "I'll picture this... but this is dumb and it won't work" To my surprise I remembered everything on his list. I still do

carpet, paper, bottle, bed, fish, chair, window, telephone, cigarette, nail, typewriter, shoe, microphone, pen, television set, plate, donut, car, coffee pot, and brick.

I don't need a list to go shopping, I remember names and faces with ease. Not only that, but I can memorize the order of an entire deck of cards in a few minutes and perform all sorts of memory stunts. This is actually a great book.
Kirizius
I first read this book nearly 60 years ago when I was in high school. The memory techniques presented really do work, and not a day has gone by since I first read the book that I have not made use of something from it. I bought the book after all this time because I wanted to have a copy of the volume that had such an influence on my life.
Gavinrage
Lorayne is the original memory master. This is his first book in a series of fifteen or more. All teach the same tecniques and they work. I've seen him learn the names of two hundred people in an audience as they introduce themselves then do the talk segment and introduce everyone in the audience.
Landamath
*This is a review of the Kindle version*

Someone did a horrible job at converting it into a Kindle version. The text is full of typos and "left overs" from the scan/OCR process (such as headers and page numbers appearing in the middle of the text). And charts and tables are just a mess, really confusing. Really a pity, because the book is an easy and enjoyable read.
mr.Mine
Good book if you are willing to apply it but it takes a lot of work and a great deal of changing your thinking habits. I found jerry lucas'
Learning how to learn much better but the ideas are the same
Teonyo
The book certainly offers some practical advice, but its terribly outdated. Actually, it is from 1957, so you learn how to quickly calculate on which day every day of the week fell in that year. Or how to remember phone numbers in a 1957 format (much shorter than today). I doubt that many people really are eager to demonstrate they can remeber a whole deck of cards, but the book spends a lengthy chapter on that subject. And the Kindle edition is terrible. Charts are unreadable, the pictures to which the text refers non-existent. But it's only a bit more than three dollars, and if you want some memory tricks, for that money there is no reason not the buy this book, because memory tricks it certainly offers.
Kamick
A Great little book. I have read memory books before by other authors, and I rate this book 5 stars.
The book was easy to read and the information I received was very benefical.
Harry Lorayne will teach you how to use different systems to remember names, shopping lists, phone numbers, etc.