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In Boost your memory, expert author Darren Bridger provides 52 brilliant ideas and brain training exercises that will help you make and store new memories effectively and re-arrange your existing memories for more effective recall. Boost your memory will help you perform better at work, and make sure you never forget another anniversary or important detail again. Simply brIn Boost your memory, expert author Darren Bridger provides 52 brilliant ideas and brain training exercises that will help you make and store new memories effectively and re-arrange your existing memories for more effective recall. Boost your memory will help you perform better at work, and make sure you never forget another anniversary or important detail again. Simply brilliant. About the AuthorDarren Bridger is a neuroscientist and author whose interests include brain-imaging and human performance. Darren is a co-founder and producer at Mind Masterclass Films, a company who produce educational DVDs on mind improvement subjects. Additionally, Darren acts as an associate director of Neuroco, who specialise in using neuroscience to understand people's reactions to new product designs and advertising, and The Mind Lab, who specialise in measuring the mental and physical responses of people in almost any situation or environment....

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ISBN : 12085585
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
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boost your memory brilliant ideas you won t forget 52 brilliant ideas Reviews

  • Tania
    2018-11-14 13:22

    Some of the ideas presented might be common sense, but many of us don't apply common sense answers to our problems until they smack us on the face. Nothing in this book was so basic that it didn't help to have the reminder. Also, there was plenty of research backing up the ideas that they make more sense, instead of being "just do this and don't ask" type of suggestions. I think this is a nice reference book to help us from becoming overwhelmed. For example the section on multi-tasking is a good reminder to me as to why I'm struggling so much lately to remember what I just heard - I'm almost always reading and talking on the phone at the same time, which seems to be the number one reason for not absorbing the information gained in either medium. Lesson learned.

  • Drikus Roux
    2018-11-11 16:23

    The book discussed methods that one could ordinarily realise. There is nothing "out there" , which is good, because it emphasises the age old known truth of "work hard" and you'll reap rewards.However, many of the techniques and advise, for some of us, is belated. Why not apply it sooner than later? Human nature--laziness.That goes also for mentioning genetic anomalies, such as a photographic memory. It's not normal, so there's nothing you are doing wrong, if you don't have it. It's not meant to be like that.The book is grounded, and does not venture into esoteric advice. It's practical, and has be applied as such. It might thus, consequently be a let-down for many.

  • Danielle West
    2018-10-14 08:31

    There is absolutly no one that couldn't benifet in some way from reading this book. There is a little bit of something for everyone. However, that means there is a lot in it that probably wont be relivant or interesting to you. I found myself bored for most chapters. My mind wandered, I skimmed...I just wasn't interested. On a scale from Totally Awesome to Horrifically Awful I'd give it an Alright. I happened to get this as a free download - which is no longer available. I might feel differently if I'd payed for it. I don't think there's anything groundbreaking in it. ...Meh.

  • Mike
    2018-10-30 08:16

    Brilliant ideas they aren't. If you've lived to a relatively ripe old age and studied along the way you'll probably have implemented most of these techniques. You'll surely have come across all of them. Some are repeated here more than once. Nevertheless, one reminder does bear repetition:if you eat healthily, exercise and get plenty of sleep that will be the most beneficial for your recall in the long run.If you're just starting out then this is a fair jumping off, although there are better books on the subject because here sometimes the treatment is very thin.

  • James Marsh
    2018-11-07 14:26

    Another free book from Infinite Ideas as part of their 52 Brilliant Ideas series.It had a lot of interesting ideas, including some useful tidbits and techniques.I went to a party this weekend and used a few techniques to remember names and did so with success.That may not mean much, but that was what I was hoping to get out of it.

  • Sal Coraccio
    2018-11-10 08:28

    Comprehensive array of techniques and it did not appear to "oversell" - there are few easy paths to memorization or data accumulation that results in usable information, but the methods in this book surely soften the path.

  • Joanne
    2018-10-30 11:23

    I learned some new things about memory techniques etc. and it was a quick, free read on the kindle. If you are remotely interested in learning about memory, but don't know where to start I would recommend this book.

  • Lindsay
    2018-11-12 15:33

    Some useful and common sense information in here, but a lot of it was looking at memory champions and memorising long lists of things - much better to write those ones down somewhere!

  • Wendi
    2018-11-05 12:40

    This book was a free kindle book, so I can't complain much. Most of the ideas in the book are common sense.

  • Rick Yvanovich
    2018-11-12 15:16

    Downloaded this freebie for Kindle on Amazon

  • Dave
    2018-11-03 16:34

    This is a great book for those who are just starting their journey of improving their memory or a great refresher for those who have already started. I will keep this book around for reference.

  • Leesa
    2018-10-23 11:22

    This book had some good suggestions for improving your memory, but it definitely could have been a much shorter book.

  • Audra
    2018-11-12 15:36

    These techniques seemed fairly easy for the most part. It was also a fairly quick read.

  • Gail
    2018-10-16 09:23

    I don't like to read non-fiction books much at all, not sure why I read this on my kindle! But it was just so-so, nothing much helpful or interesting. I should stick to fiction!

  • Vaughn
    2018-11-09 09:13

    Not worth reviewing.

  • Janet Miller
    2018-11-03 13:10

    A free book from Kindle...not great, but some food for thought if I can only remember.