How reliable would you say your memory is? Can you easily remember people’s names or do you forget them 2 minutes after hearing them? How about phone numbers? If you’re like most people you likely find even these simple memory skills difficult. Why is this? Why do so many of us in the modern world have such poor memories?
It wasn’t always this way. In ancient Greece the idea of a trained and disciplined memory was not the foreign idea it is today. The reason for this was necessity. If you wanted to remember a list you had to memorize it. Paper was not widely available, never mind cell phones and computers. This is why the ancient Greeks and others all developed memory techniques that anyone could do with a little practice. With a little practice so could you.
In the modern world we have essentially outsourced our memory to various devices. The result is that our brains are flabby compared to their muscular counterparts in the world of ancient Greece. That’s the bad news. The good news is that with a little mental exercise your brain can be whipped into shape in no time. If you are tired of having a flabby memory that fails you at critical moments get this book and start improving your memory today!
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