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Unlock Your Photographic Memory

How To Think Smarter And Clearer, Maximize Concentration, Learn Faster, Remember More and be More Productive
Narrated by: Joseph Morgan
Length: 1 hr and 38 mins

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I would like to start off by first asking you a simple question: Can you remember the following details within 3 seconds or less? 

  • Where your wallet and keys are right now?
  • Your best friend's cell phone number?
  • What you did yesterday?
  • Your parent's birthdates and wedding anniversary
  • Your email account ID and password

These are just some of the information that would be stored in your mind as you go about living your daily life. In fact, the average person thinks about 12,000 thoughts per day. A deeper thinker puts forth 50,000 thoughts daily. Little wonder how things get lost in the shuffle.

A lot of people have the misconception that the brain has a limited capacity and ability to store a lifetime of information, and thus this deterioration of “storage space” is ultimately responsible for their inevitable forgetfulness. 

Here’s the truth: In reality, your brain has unlimited potential and “storage space”. However, in order to make this a little more relatable, think of it in a more physical perspective. You can have all the storage space available in the world, but if you neglect to organize whatever you have, you’ll find that retrieving a particular item from tons and tons of disorganized material would be considerably difficult

You have the ability in you to retain a lifetime of memories and information, and never again forget the littlest (or the most important) things in life.

What's the secret? Introducing Unlock Your Photographic Memory. This book is replete with exercises, memory tricks, and memory aids that will make you proud and amaze teachers, family, and friends!It is helpful for anyone of all ages but essential for those who are getting older and fear memory loss. 

©2017 Ben Nichols (P)2017 Ben Nichols

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