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How to train your mind to remember anything – CNN.com   1 comment

Powerful and inspiring to increase our capacity  to remember . The story behing the book and a TED

talk included in the report….

The ” book “Moonwalking With Einstein”, the art of remembering better in memory competition — and to remembering better in everyday life — is about figuring out how to turn capital “B” Bakers into lowercase “b” bakers.

It’s about taking information that is lacking in context, lacking in meaning and figuring out a way to transform it so that it makes sense in the light of all the other things that you have floating around in your mind. Pridmore uses a complicated technique to memorize decks of playing cards and strings of binary digits, but we can all take advantage of the Baker/baker paradox.

If you want to make something memorable, you first have to make it meaningful.

via How to train your mind to remember anything – CNN.com.

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Posted June 10, 2012 by arnoneumann in Brain, Memory

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