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Want to know why the biggest barriers to critical thinking are so insidious? The answer is simple: It’s because they’re lurking inside you. And if you don’t know that these barriers are standing between you and exploding your thinking abilities, you’re powerless to improve your situation. Starting right now, let’s identify and remove the biggest ba…
 
If you want to know how to increase IQ, the answer is simple. Create and complete goals. Sounds like a sweeping statement, doesn’t it? I’ll explain why it’s true on this page. And rest assured, the main reason why intelligence goes stagnant in the first place is also simple to explain. It comes from the absence of goals, or the bad habit of not com…
 
Do you wish you knew how to remember everything you hear? If so, you might feel like you’re a poor listener because you forget so many details. Worse, you wind up losing out on so many opportunities to participate in the present and take action in the future. For example, let’s say someone mentions a book. You know you just have to read it because …
 
Imagine memorizing 70 decks of playing cards to raise money for Alzheimer’s. Not just to fund research into curing the disease, but also to support front line workers who help care for the victims of this cruel disease. Well, that’s the goal memory athlete Braden Adams set for himself. Think about this for a second: That’s 70 times 52… 3640 cards, …
 
If you’ve spent any amount of time looking into memory improvement courses, you’ve come across the name Ron White. But you might be wondering… Is his Black Belt Memory course any good? In a word: Yes. And if you’ve struggled with other memory improvement books and courses, his approach might just be the ticket. One reason why is because the course …
 
Don’t you hate it when you learn NOTHING from a course? Me too. I can’t stand it. And it’s the teacher’s fault right? Well… not so fast. It’s entirely possible that even the best teacher is fighting a tradition and system that’s rigged to fail. Not only that, but there’s the question of what makes an experience “meaningful” in the first place, let …
 
Want to know how to memorize a paragraph fast? Tired of the standard advice about using linking and rote repetition? I hope so, because it’s bad advice. Why? Because linking and “chunking” are often more overwhelming than repeating sentences over and over again. Well, you’re in luck. I’ve memorized many paragraphs and on this page will show you how…
 
Are you struggling to learn the law? If so, you might be excited to learn that even the world’s top professionals and legal experts never stop learning it. After all, it’s always changing. And there’s a ton to keep up with. Or maybe you, like me, just find the law fascinating. The logic – or sometimes, lack of logic – stretches your mind. It keeps …
 
Are you confused about rote learning? Some people swear by it. Others who use memory techniques worry about “falling back on rote” despite having better tools for learning. They even get dramatic about this worry, calling rote repetition… “Drill and kill.” What gives? And how specifically is learning by this deadly form of repetition defined? We’ll…
 
Let me compliment you on wanting to learn something new. In a world of indifference, so few people take action, let alone search for how to take action. Then there’s the question of what to learn. This can itself be quite challenging because there are so many options out there. Well, on this page we’ll simplify everything by talking about how to le…
 
Have you heard the hype about active recall, but still feel skeptical? Or maybe you’ve heard the latest “learning guru” say that this recall method is better than the Memory Palace technique. If that statement has gotten your hackles up, I can’t blame you. After all, the Memory Palace, when used correctly, is active recall and self testing all roll…
 
Are you curious about the memory techniques used in the ancient world? I’m talking about aboriginal memory techniques in Australia. But also a lot more. For example, it’s possible to learn about all sorts of indigenous tools for learning and retaining information used by people around the world. If this sounds interesting to you, you’re in luck. In…
 
With so many types of synesthesia out there, it can be hard to understand exactly what it is. That’s why it’s important to look at the word itself first: It shares a root with anesthesia. This word means “no sensation.” “Syn” means that something is joined or coupled together. Thus, synesthesia means the joining or coupling of two or more sensation…
 
Tell me if this sounds like clickbait? “Ancient Australian Aboriginal Memory Tool Superior to ‘Memory Palace’ Learning” I mean, I thought so too. Must be click bait. I grew even more concerned when Dominic O’Brien tweeted a Neuroscience article and added this statement: “In short, Link or Story Method combined with Journey Method provide the optimu…
 
If you want to stop losing things, you’re probably tired of the standard advice. Sure, tips like getting more organized, reducing clutter and always placing things in a designated spot make sense. But everyday life does not make sense. Sometimes we put things down and can’t remember where we put them. So what really works? Well, if you’re sick of c…
 
Prospective memory is fascinating. Your entire future relies on it working well. Why? Well, let me ask you this: How do you know that in the future you will remember to remember? To test our ability to remember the need to remember in the future, researchers S. L. Penningroth and W.D. Scott asked a bunch of university students the following questio…
 
Amnesia is a tricky term to understand because it is used in so many ways. For example, it has become popular to talk about “political amnesia” to explain the “crisis of memory” in various parties. Movies and streaming series also often feature characters suffering some form of memory loss and calling it “amnesia.” But using the term amnesia in the…
 
The term “autobiographical memory” sounds straightforward enough, doesn’t it? In reality, this aspect of human memory is pretty complex. And the way scientists write about it can be hard to penetrate. So let’s take a step back and get a working definition of autobiographical memory and some examples that are easy to understand. Once you understand …
 
If you want to improve your ability to visualize, think clearly and remember more, proper image streaming is important. The best part is that you can learn to do it even if you do not have a strong “mind’s eye.” So just imagine being able to experience more of your inner genius on demand. You’ll enjoy reading much more (including complicated books)…
 
There are a number of ways to memorize the books of the Bible. But few are as direct and streamlined as the approach you’re about to discover. It’s also incredibly robust, far more so than using a song or flash cards to memorize them. Does the technique you’re about to learn require a bit of setup? Yes. But that’s going to feel like a drop in the b…
 
Memory recall, sometimes called retrieval, is the experience of remembering information. Here’s the catch: It can only happen after at least these other levels of memory have succeeded first: Noticing and recognizing the importance of information (like someone’s name) Encoding (making an effort to remember) Decoding (making an effort to recall) Onl…
 
If you want to solve life’s problems with greater ease, you should learn how to think logically, right? Yes, but not so fast. You want to make sure you’re using the right kinds of logic for the problems at hand. You see, logical thinkers do what I’m doing now: They put the breaks on such questions and start to spin them around. Why? Because logic i…
 
Want to expand your mind? I sure have enjoying increasing my mental skills and pushing the limits of how much the human brain can learn. Being the owner of an expanded brain comes with so many benefits too. For example, you can: Remember more Make better decisions Think faster Connect abstract ideas Plan further into the future Energize yourself wh…
 
If you’re looking for how to learn a new language fast, chances are your emotions are getting yanked around. On the one hand, you’re filled with tremendous excitement! You can almost taste the triumph as fluent sentences pour from your mouth. On the other hand, you’ve heard that your target language is really hard… And you’re worried about memorizi…
 
Want to know why the practice of reflective thinking has lasted for thousands of years? Because being a reflective thinker improves your life. And not just in abstract ways. The substantial improvements you can expect to experience range from: Improved memory Optimized decision making Reduced stress Better relationships Superior objective reasoning…
 
If you want to experience incredible transformations leading to substantial accomplishments, positive visualization can help. You just have to make sure you make them multi-sensory and based on one simple quirk no one else talks about. The best part is that this form of visualization is really simple and fun to do. Are you ready? Dive in and please…
 
How would your life improve if you could perform six mental operations at the same time? Do you think it would help you tap into more of your brain power? Harry Kahne certainly did. And he proved it many times, often by writing out quotes from books in both hands while talking to his audience about other topics. The strangest part? He claimed his m…
 
Can you guess how many benefits of critical thinking you’ll enjoy along your journey of mental mastery? The number is huge and here’s why: The value of learning to think critically compounds over time. In fact, the more you practice, the more positive outcomes you’ll experience. So let’s dive into these benefits and point out some tips that you pro…
 
Have you ever made a decision, only to realize you could have been more objective and less emotional? It happens to people all the time, and that’s usually because they don’t have decision parameters. In other words, they don’t have systems of thought that help them use objective reasoning. That’s important, because it’s definitely not something th…
 
If you want to know how to retain information quickly, we can boil the process down to one simple term: Strategic repetition. Now, I realize you’ve come to this blog about memory techniques to get rid of repetition. I’m sorry. That’s not how it works. We always need to repeat what we want to remember. In fact, why remember something at all if you d…
 
When someone asks you a question, how long does it take to come up with an answer? Depending on the situation, your answer might range from “pretty fast” to “way too long!” If you’re like many of my readers, you would like to learn how to think faster. Today, we’ll stress test the idea of thinking faster with good old Ulysses Everett McGill from th…
 
Ars combinatoria is a mental technique that helps with both memory and decision making. The term means the art or technique of combination and is very powerful. Sometimes called a “thinking machine,” here’s briefly how it works: You compress larger ideas down into individual letters. These letters are then either referred to purely mentally. Or, as…
 
You’ve probably heard that you need active reading strategies in order to understand and remember more. The question is… what exactly are these strategies and how can you use them effectively? On this page, we’re going to cover what I consider to be the best active reading techniques. According to whom? First, scientific research. Second, I’ll shar…
 
If you’re as skeptical about speed reading claims as I am, you’ve probably wondered about skimming vs. scanning. After all, speed readers aren’t the only ones who use these reading techniques. They also aren’t the only ones who have developed energizing strategies that help you remember more by reading less of some books. The biggest problem you fa…
 
Wondering how to stop subvocalizing? Well, let me ask you this: What if this rather strange term from the world of speed reading is fraudulent? Or what if reducing subvocalization is tactically a false goal for any serious lifelong learner? Here’s an even better question: What if there exist strategic ways to use your “inner voice” to read faster? …
 
If you’re looking for critical thinking strategies to help yourself or others, congratulations. Learning to think better is one of the best ways to help ourselves improve the world. And now that you’re here, I’m going to treat you to an epic lesson in critical thinking techniques that can: Improve your performance at school or work Help you make be…
 
If you want to know how to read faster, you’ve probably tried to stop “subvocalizing” and reduce “backskipping.” What if I told you such “speed reading” techniques are probably a waste of time for most serious learners who have big goals for their lives? There are at least three reasons why speed reading won’t help a lot of people. These are: A lim…
 
Do you have a hard time focusing and wonder if concentration meditation will help? Right now, times are tough. There are hundreds of news stories, social media posts, and other distractions all vying for your attention — all screaming (loudly) about how important they are. Even before the world turned upside down, you already had a hard time concen…
 
It is no secret that we are all constantly in a state of self-examination. While some people may be more “self-aware” than others, no matter where you are on the spectrum, there is a constant need, a persistent desire to “Know Thyself.” The greatest task in that knowing, above all else, may be the biggest question, and, more complicated therefore, …
 
Dr. Bruno Furst created a number of memory improvement courses and You Can Remember! is one of the most famous. He was a German lawyer and his full name was Johann Franz Bruno Fürst. People familiar with the long tradition of memory techniques will probably think he chose to go by “Bruno” to attract the attention of people already familiar with mem…
 
If you want to become conversationally fluent, you might wonder how many words and phrases you need to learn. You probably also want to know how long it’s going to take to tie enough threads of the language together to speak without hesitation. You also want the certainty that the language will in fact wind up deep down inside you and become part o…
 
Do you need to focus your mind? And while you’re at it, would you like to increase your concentration power? If so, I have 3 simple tips for you that are more powerful than a fistful of focus vitamins or a scientifically questionable brain training app. And I’ll even reveal what happened when I was attacked personally in an examination and needed t…
 
The center of our solar system is the sun. Moving out, we encounter… Mercury. Venus. Earth… But wait. There’s more than one planet that starts with M. What’s the difference between Uranus and Neptune? And what the heck happened to Pluto? If you find yourself wondering how to remember the planets, you’re in luck. When you need to know how to remembe…
 
If you need to memorize the 27 Amendments to the American Constitution, you’re probably thinking it’s going to be a lot of work. Instead of indulging in overwhelm, consider the following fact: For thousands of years, people have been using memory techniques to commit far more than 27 pieces of information to memory. In fact, there are people alive …
 
If you’re looking for a review of the Mega Memory program, you probably just want to know: Does it work? The answer is yes and no. If you’re a beginner, this book will almost certainly help you understand the basics of association and develop a peg system. If you’re an intermediate user of memory techniques, it might give you a few insights. If you…
 
If you want to know how to visualize clearly and effectively, you probably already have a vision statement written. You have written out a vision statement by hand, haven’t you? If the answer is “no,” then I’m here to tell you that your visualization is neither clear nor complete. And that means you’re still struggling to achieve your goals. If you…
 
It’s hard to find a decent guided visualization, isn’t it? That’s because too many people focus on the “visual” part, when really good guided meditations always include multisensory experiences. Without integrating the visual with the kinesthetic, auditory, emotional, conceptual and senses of space, taste, and smell, using your mind’s eye on its ow…
 
Are you looking for the perfect set of memorization techniques? Yet, you keep getting frustrated? Well, don’t blame yourself. Because it is frustrating, isn’t it? I mean… everywhere you go people are using different terminology. Linking… P.A.O. … Mind Palace… Roman Room… Journey Method… Mnemonic Peg System… How Real Are The Promises Of Memorization…
 
Giordano Bruno wrote many fine books about the art of memory. Sadly, most of them were unavailable in English for the longest time. Things are different now. My guest today, Scott Gosnell, is the man to thank. He’s spent the better part of a decade translating Bruno’s books for modern English readers. The latest release in a very fine series is Son…
 
My biggest mistake as a kid was asking for cliche abilities like x-ray vision instead of the memory superpowers I really needed. And if you made mistakes like that too, it probably isn’t your fault. After all, we’re taught to daydream about easy solutions far more than to enjoy deep training. The question is… Why is it that our global societies don…
 
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