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Mark Channon - How to Remember Anything

Improve Your Memory and Progress Your Career
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Mark Channon

on 9 June 2013

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Transcript of Mark Channon - How to Remember Anything

FOUNDATIONS Book
Curtain
Ring
Lamp
Car
Chair
Chocolate
Clock
Knife
Paint Carpet
Glass
Tree
Brush
Statue
Pencil
Coal
Plant
Rope
Glove A NEW WAY OF THINKING... HOW TO REMEMBER 12 MONTH PROGRAMME "Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction"

John F. Kennedy "Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions"

Albert Einstein "Make your work to be in keeping
with your purpose"

Leonardo Da Vinci "Repetition is the mother of skill"

Anthony Robbins Where does your memory perform well?
Where does your memory let you down?
On a scale of 1 - 10 where would you rate your memory? 10 1 Information Working Short-term Long-term sensory 7 + or - 2
Decays <= 10 Seconds (without repetition) (cc) photo by twicepix on Flickr (cc) photo by tudor on Flickr Manipulates information
Central executive
Phonological loop
Visuospatial sketchpad
Episodic buffer 78216374953180142039 Declarative (explicit)
Episodic
Semantic
Non-declarative (implicit)
Procedural
Priming
Conditioning Relaxation - the ability to release tension from your body
Concentration - to enter into a focused state of mind (trance state) free from inhibitions
Imagination - to create memorable experiences using senses and emotion
Association - to find creative ways of connecting, questioning and analysing (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Ricky Gervais, Dumbo, Chaplin, Nemo, Ugly, Fight, Caboose, French, Smoke, Karova lightning + green
soft + consult
friend + armour
weights + sea
gift + product
radio + Chris
section + blow krypton + plug
pyramid + camera
laptop + ribbon
speaker + frustration
phone + sing
pencil + trumpet
cola + fast
establish + no krypton
pyramid
laptop
speaker
phone
pencil
cola
establish lightning
soft
friend
weights
gift
radio
section TOP TIPS Set the backdrop
Dialling up
Minimal Images Necessary Watch the movie
Act out!
Revise 1hr, 1day, 1week, 1month, random A structured approach to storing and retrieving information Peg - body, rhyme, number-shape
Method of loci - palace, room, journey
Phonetic system - numbers Classification Slicing
Vertical
Horizontal
Chunking Journey From memory
Google 0 - z or s: Z is the first letter of Zero
1 - t and d: both have 1 downstroke
2 - n: has 2 downstrokes
3 - m: has 3 downstrokes
4 - r: is the last letter of fouR
5 - L: 5 fingers, first finger and thumb looks like L
6 - j, sh or ch: j looks like a 6 flipped
7 - K, g or ng: two 7’s stuck together looks like K
8 - f or v: a written f can look like an 8
9 - p or b: p looks like a 9 if you flip it A, E, I, O, U and W, H, Y have no value NuN would be 22 78216374953180142039 78216374953180142039 Use Google maps to create a daily memory network
http://www.memocamp.de
Words
Numbers
Names
Historic dates
Cards Creative Memorisation Working memory Laughter leads to insight Happy moods facilitate aha! moments Guiding
Peripheral
Subvocalisation
Relativistic training
Believe you can Reading strategies Your time! 2010 - The King's Speech
2009 - The Hurt Locker
2008 - Slumdog Millionaire
2007 - No Country for Old Men
2006 - The Departed
2005 - Crash
2004 - Million Dollar Baby
2003 - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
2002 - Chicago
2001 - A Beautiful Mind Oscars www.howtorememberanything.co.uk
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