Have you ever wanted a quick way to study for a test at the last minute? Have you ever forgotten your grocery list at home and can't remember everything that was on it? Or maybe you're trying to learn a new language and want a quick way to learn new vocabulary words. Fear not, as you have now found your first guide to remembering anything you never thought possible.
Within this audiobook, we will explore a multitude of methods and techniques to enhance your memory. By enhancing your memory, you will be able to expand what you know and how you learn. This leads us to two concepts most people would be excited to be able to learn, which are accelerated learning and rapid memorization.
Accelerated learning can be defined as the ability to use techniques to learn the material in a relatively short amount of time. Rapid memorization is a similar concept that employs techniques to help one recite material from memory only in a short time. Both of these concepts are explored and given ways in which to practice them in your everyday life.
So, what will you use accelerated learning and rapid memorization for? Are you already familiar with any techniques to employ these concepts?
One way to use our two main concepts is through visualization and association. This method uses our visual memory, which is the way we learn the best. We also have verbal memory, which we do not learn as well from. By connecting what we know to new, unfamiliar ideas we can link the two and teach them to ourselves. All of the methods taught in this audiobook will work with and expand upon our visual memory so that we may improve our overall mental capabilities.
By expanding our visual memory, we can also begin to work on our long-term memory. Practice and repetition are common themes in this audiobook, which will help to imprint new ideas into our long-term memory. This audiobook is apt for students to excel in examinations or competitions.
How to Memorize and Learn Faster and Betterに寄せられたリスナーの声
- Jack Frasier
great info, but big voiceover blunder
The info in this audiobook is some of the best on memory. I'm thoroughly studying many of them now. but in chapter 7 (book ch5) the narrator makes a huge voiceover blunder. the word "Loci" which is the ancient root of the word "location" is supposed to be pronounced hard c. he uses a soft c. and says it so much it's cringeworthy. It's the kind of thing a VO artist should catch and fix for free before release. I'm a VO artist and for a book on memorization, this would seem like a pretty big oversight.