Learn new ways to memorize information using these three easy–to–master and simple-to-use techniques. Mr. Mason discovered these techniques as a way to improve his grades in school, and you too can learn them to enhance your skills. Anyone can master these techniques and shorten their study time.
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The techniques that I present in this book are quite easy to learn. The Mastermind technique helps you to create ordered lists in your mind. When you get into a test situation where you need to recall information, the technique is perfect for that scenario.
To get even better use of the technique presented in the book, create more "houses." As you will read in the book, the premise is to create a "house" in your mind, with rooms and locations to store information sequentially. You then mentally "Walk through" your house, recalling which items you have placed in each "room" or location. By adding houses to your memory walk, you can quickly learn 100, 200, or more ordered list items and recall them perfectly during an exam.
I've used the technique to memorize "cheat sheets." - or pages of important information that I wished I could have with me during a test. By keeping the information in a "Topic", "answer" sort of format, I know that the first room in my "house" will contain a topic of interest, and the very next room will contain perhaps an answer, or formula, or something that answers the question or topic raised. It works quite well.
When adding houses, be careful to start with the home you grew up in, progressing forward in time until you reach your current home. You might even add the homes of relatives or friends that you remember well to flesh out your collection. "Remembering" large lists simply comes from walking through each house in order of the time when you first were in each house.
Good luck with your studies and I hope that you find my memory techniques helpful!
Craig Mason is a computer industry professional with over 25 years of experience in consulting, management, and business leadership. Mr. Mason has owned his own computer consulting company, hosted his own nationally syndicated radio talk show and has chaired computer industry symposiums and lectures in cities around the United States. He is currently employed with Microsoft Corporation and lives in Denver with his family.
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Book Description Thornton Publishing Inc., 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1932344594
Book Description Thornton Publishing Inc., 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 72 pages. 6.30x6.30x0.30 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1932344594