Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Review for How to Remember Things by Arthur Richards

How to Remember Things by Arthur Richards


As we become more and more reliant on electronics, we’re losing the arts of absorption and recall. Why should we need them when we can just enter our shopping list into a handy app or Google pertinent information?
~But what happens when our handy electronic friends decide to check out for a while?
~Have you ever been caught with no batteries on your phone and a list full of shopping you can’t remember?
~There are other times when you just can’t use your phone or tablet to retrieve information like when you are sitting for exams, or when you are invited to make a speech.
Inside, we will explore the 10 MEMORY TRICKS, take the time to absorb and explore each technique and experiment with each of them to see if they suit your needs.
Would you like to remember everything?

Let’s get started by clicking the buy button.
How to Remember Things, as the title suggests is a short self-help book on how to boost your recall power. I thought it would be a great read before the exams. I've been using some of the tips mentioned for years, and they are effective.
Some of the tips mentioned are more complicated than the others. But the author himself suggests that we pick, choose and mix up the methods that work best for us.
To summarize its a short, quick guide.

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