How to Remember Anything

How to Remember Anything

Improve your Memory and Progress your Career

Book - 2012
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Baker & Taylor
Each book provides the basic information that a motivated self-learner needs to study a particular subject, in a series that covers a wide range of interesting topics. Original.

& Taylor

Offers advice to help improve memory, describing the learning cycle, basic and advanced concepts, memory networks, creative memorization techniques, and exercises to practice new skills in the real world.

McGraw Hill

What could you do if you could remember anything?

How to Remember Anything shows how a radically improved memory can add real value in life and in business and can help build one’s career and personal life. It is full of practical techniques that will not just show you how to remember things such as numbers, dates and facts, but also real and innovative insight into new ways of learning and processing information that could completely change your life!

Publisher: [New York] : McGraw-Hill, 2012
Edition: First US edition
ISBN: 9780071785242
Branch Call Number: 153.12 CHANN
Characteristics: xv, 236 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Notes: Includes index


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