Do you need an awesome Memory?
We all are bombarded with infinite information on a regular basis these days. It’s really difficult to remember everything. We cannot escape the uninvited information. Often we get and deal with the data that is neither useful nor beneficial for us. But we still have to remember it because you never know where you might find it useful.
However, anyone who thinks that he/she may have a weak memory. Or anyone who thinks that he/she may have trouble remembering names, numbers, information or anything. Then this book by the Shireen Stephen ” A Smart Guide for Awesome Memory ” is a must-read.
Shireen Stephen has written this book. She is a Ph.D. in Psychology and is a counseling Psychologist. This book is really very useful and contains all the latest techniques. To help readers learn these techniques, she has cleverly designed exercises for readers so that they may practice these given exercises after every chapter. This certainly helps readers to consolidate the techniques learned in each chapter.
The author has also included all the other tips as well to provide comprehensive guidance to readers. However, youngsters can use these techniques for exams preparation. Professionals can apply these techniques to their work such as remembering client data, client names and other important job-related information.
The fun part is that all techniques are so easy and common that everybody can understand and apply. It is like playing games which indirectly improve our memory.
Book content includes all the necessary information. For example
- Types of memory
- How it works
- Building Blocks of Memory
- How to apply these techniques in Academics
- Applying Memory techniques in Daily life
- The amazing power of Our Mind
- Tricks to Learning etc.
If readers carefully read and practice the suggested techniques and exercises. They can surely improve memorization. Which will help them in their day to day life, exams, professional life, etc.
Because Memory is a beautiful thing, it’s almost a desire that you miss. Gustave Flaubert
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