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Memory Improvement Audiobook

Memory Improvement: The Key to Retaining Information

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Memory Improvement: The Key to Retaining Information is an audiobook that will help those of us who have challenges remembering things to learn some great tricks and tips that will help improve those long and short term memory skills. Suffice it to say that exercise and a healthy balanced diet also play a role in how the memory works. An individual that is not in the peak of health will have challenges remembering things. The author outlines each process in such a way that the listener will have no problems understanding it and that they will also be able to follow the advice that is given without a problem. The listener may even be surprised that some things that were taught in school to remember certain things like the periodic table were memory improvement techniques.

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  • Ryan Phillips - Author of Project:Groovy
    Amarillo, TX USA
    20/11/14
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    "Not great..."
    What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

    I've had people totally crush my work and turn it into something personal before and that sucks, so I won't do that here. But, I do feel compelled to write a review on this one.
    This is some of the most basic stuff I've ever heard - literally. Comments like, "Your memory is important because it helps you recall things later." Really? Really. So, I'm not going to bash the author, you can tell that there really was effort put in here, it just doesn't go very deep. If you want to improve your memory to the next level - you're better off to keep searching. If you have been out of touch all your life and didn't realize that you could think about things that happened in the past, this is your book.


    What could Sandy Harper have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

    It just needs to be more in-depth with advanced strategies. Well put together, just all surface stuff that I felt like everyone already knows.


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