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Boost your memory

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In Boost your memory, expert author Darren Bridger provides 52 brilliant ideas and brain training exercises that will help you make and store new memories effectively and re-arrange your existing memories for more effective recall. Boost your memory will help you perform better at work, and make sure you never forget another anniversary or important detail again. Simply brilliant.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover Page
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Table of Contents
  5. Brilliant features
  6. Introduction
  7. 1. So how much can you remember?
  8. 2. Let’s get up to date
  9. 3. Close your eyes and visualise
  10. 4. Spaces and places
  11. 5. When not to remember
  12. 6. Remember a list of eleven items
  13. 7. Faces and names
  14. 8. Healthy body, healthy memory
  15. 9. Work smart, not hard
  16. 10. Carroll’s curious language of numbers
  17. 11. Chunking
  18. 12. How motivated are you… really?
  19. 13. Pay attention
  20. 14. The value of feedback
  21. 15. Train your digit span
  22. 16. Memory supplements
  23. 17. Creative concept mapping
  24. 18. Sleep on it
  25. 19. Smells familiar?
  26. 20. Think positive
  27. 21. State-dependent memory
  28. 22. Tip of the tongue
  29. 23. Priming
  30. 24. Using the 80/20 rule
  31. 25. A schedule for making memories stronger
  32. 26. Find the rhythm
  33. 27. Writing is not cheating
  34. 28. Personal restructuring
  35. 29. Don’t slip off the learning curve
  36. 30. The memory secrets of the parrot
  37. 31. Make it real: concrete not abstract
  38. 32. The mall of the mind
  39. 33. The Major System
  40. 34. Learning languages
  41. 35. Keeping your memory in old age
  42. 36. Make a mental memory vault for passwords
  43. 37. Create a learning wheel
  44. 38. Cueing and implicit memory
  45. 39. The coins in the pocket trick
  46. 40. Remembering directions
  47. 41. Remembering speeches and presentations
  48. 42. How to become a date calculator
  49. 43. Using acronyms
  50. 44. How to remember a country’s capital
  51. 45. Dream memory projects
  52. 46. Remember your reading
  53. 47. Use your memory to become a genius (it only takes ten years)!
  54. 48. Learn foreign menus
  55. 49. How to find lost items
  56. 50. Create an historical peg system
  57. 51. Memory party tricks
  58. 52. How to pass exams
  59. The End