How to Remember Anything

By Dean Vaughn

Dean Vaughn’s “How to Remember Anything” is simply amazing. I wish I was taught his memorization techniques in school. After the first two hours of reading and learning how to convert numbers into pictures, I followed his techniques and was able to memorize all the presidents and years they took office. I still can recall the information two months later. I’m literally trying to find trivia questions to memorize. I’ve remembered my family’s phone numbers, birthdates, and anniversaries. With quite a bit of down time, being where I’m at, I turn unproductive down time into memorizing and recall sessions, empowering me with the sense of never wasting time. I’m becoming a walking encyclopedia! Thank you, Dean Vaughn, for changing my life.

Reviewed by Ronald
Located in Forrest City, AR
How to Remember Anything

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