Take Control of Your Memory
Coming back from delivering a seminar in New York, I realised how central memory training is to my offering. When we can get our memories up-to-speed, boost our communications' efficiency, and take control of our 168 hours a week, we can achieve our potential. Unitl then, poor communication skills, poor memory recall, and poor time management will always interfere with our potential for greatness. (p=P-i where performance = Potential minus interferences, from the "Inner Game of Work" by Timothy Gallwey.)
For my friends who would like to boost their memory recall, here is a link to the most up-to-date PowerPoint Presentation:
Do let me know how you get on!
Memory Training Videos
I also thought it would be good to share some videos with you on how to use the systems.
Tony Buzan's Mind Mapping is by far and above the most useful memory tool I use. You can get a free trial of the only software version that Tony really likes by clicking on the banner above.
Mind Maps were originally called "Memory Maps" because their architecture is build upon mnemonic principles.