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  • ISBN 1579128246
  • ISBN13 978-1579128241
  • Language English
  • Author Harry Lorayne
  • Publisher Black Dog & Leventhal; 1 edition (January 1, 2010)
  • Pages 240
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  • Category Self-Help
  • Subcategory Memory Improvement
  • Size ePub 1479 kb
  • Size Fb2 1388 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 726

The world's foremost memory expert?and mega-bestselling author?proves that memory CAN get better with age! Diet and exercise are great, but what good is a healthy body if you don't have the mental capabilities to go with it? Harry Lorayne, who is now 83 years old, has been honing and teaching his foolproof system for sharpening the mind, improving concentration, and attaining a truly "superpower" memory for more than 40 years. Ageless Memory is the culmination of this memory expert's life's work. Specifically geared to our needs as we age, his unique memory system can be put into practice immediately?for a better memory the very same day you open the book and start to read! Completely practical and easy to use, readers learn to:Recall names and faces, even years laterNever miss an appointment or misplace keys, glasses, valuables, etc. Give speeches without notes and learn foreign words and phrases easily Memorize long lists of items, quotations, long numbers, Bible verses, and all kinds of facts and figures Excel at cards and other games Regain (or maintain!) the confidence that comes with having a sharp, active mind.It's not necessary to accept poor or waning memory or "senior moments" as inevitable results of growing older? and Harry Lorayne proves it in Ageless Memory!

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Ageless Memory is the culmination of this memory expert's life's work. It's not necessary to accept poor or waning memory or "senior moments" as inevitable results of growing older- and Harry Lorayne proves it in Ageless Memory! Specifications. Specifically geared to our needs as we age, his unique memory system can be put into practice immediately-for a better memory the very same day you open the book and start to read! Completely practical and easy to use, readers learn to: Recall names and faces, even years later. Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers.

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All of Harry Lorayne's books teach the same basic principles, but have application examples and exercises for different groups.

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Ageless Memory The Memory Expert's Prescription for a Razor-Sharp Mind by Harry Lorayne 9781579128241 (Paperback, 2001) Delivery UK delivery is usually within 10 to 12 working days. He has appeared on national television many times, including 40 appearances on The Tonight Show, and has made hundreds of personal appearances, teaching seminars at major corporations, schools, and other organizations.

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Chinon
I've read HL's other memory books before this, perhaps with insufficient motivation or attention. But, this is the very best book on memory training and surpasses his other books. There are several reasons.

You may be put off by memory "tricks" thinking they don't actually improve memory. But HL shows how memory enhanced by his techniques becomes "true" memory after a while. And the techniques are fun to use and well presented. I have had an especially good time using them to memorize foreign vocabulary. Gradually, for each word or phrase, the technique fades as the true memory takes over and you simply remember the words and phrases as a "normal" memory.

His techniques rely a lot on visualization. But don't despair. If, like me, you are "visualization challenged," meaning you don't visualize clearly or think you don't visualize at all -- you are wrong. Ask yourself which side of the car you get in when you drive. See. You have some visualization (or if you never drive, which side of the bus is the door on?). A really great part of this training is that as you practice, your ability to visualize grows and grows. That is a side benefit which is truly remarkable. I really enjoy that effect; it's like a fountain of youth.

In this book HL says a lot about why we have memory problems in the first place. The main reason is that we do not pay attention to what we see and do. Much of his technique is to ensure that we do that first. In fact that may explain why memory seems to become harder as we age. As children we see everything as new and interesting. Past the age of 60 we may see them as less so, and sort of tune out. HL certainly has the antidote for this.

Another reason I love this book is that it is written better and more interestingly than his previous ones. The material is presented in more digestible and useful doses interspersed with interesting mind games. Someone here said that these techniques beat "Lumosity" exercises. I don't know about that, but this book keeps the brain engaged and the neurons firing. Recent research in neuroplasticity suggests that this actually encourages growth in brain cell connections and mental effectiveness. Based on my experience with the exercises and practices set forth in this book I don't doubt it at all.

I especially liked HL's statements about why these techniques work and the focus on their practical use.

If you want to improve your memory, and mental effectiveness in general, REMEMBER to buy this book.
Siatanni
Harry Lorayne has been doing this business for a few decades now, and it shows somewhat. If you have any of his other writings, the subject of the book might be slightly familiar. His techniques haven't really changed at all, but he has gotten older and as such seems to be targeting senior citizens in this book. Along with his techniques, Lorayne includes some brain teasers and a brief history of trained memories, which I happen to have some familiarity with. I read The Art of Memory by Frances Yates so I do know about some of the old tomes and how it was treated back in the Renaissance and so on. All in all, if your memory is starting to go, you don't really have anything more to lose.
Yahm
I am 62 years old, and have had trouble remembering names for quite awhile. I'd also occasionally forget to get something done in a timely manner, creating problems from time to time. When I spotted this book, I recalled seeing Harry Lorayne on the Tonight Show years ago, demonstrating what to this day stands as one of the most amazing things I'd ever seen. Here's what happened:

Johnny asked Harry what he was going to demonstrate that evening, and Harry said that he was going to introduce Johnny to his audience. He explained that before the show, as people entered the studio, he shook hands with them and introduced himself, and heard their names - a 10-second encounter. The audience of several hundred people then entered and sat at random in the theater.

After explaining this to Johnny, Harry asked for the house lights to be brought up, illuminating the audience. He then asked everyone in the audience to stand up, but then to sit down as he called their names. He further added that he was going to give $1,000 to anyone that he could not name. Guess what: He named everyone, rapid-fire, no hesitation. Incredible.

I've not only learned how to remember names (I can tell you the name of the waitress who served my wife and me dinner three weeks ago), I can remember task lists of up to 100 items. It just requires practice and patience - read a chapter a few days and implement what you've learned. You'll be amazed at your progress, and where you'll stand after about a month or two of using Harry's techniques.

I recommend this book to anyone - any age - who wants to improve their memory.