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Boost your memory

Boost your memory

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Boost your memory

Boost your memory

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 brilliant.

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  1. Mr. Robert J. Cornwell "pixaholic" says:
    82 of 82 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Boost Your Memory, 14 Aug 2010
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    This review is from: Boost Your Memory (Paperback)

    Very clearly written and extremely well laid out. Lots of good ideas to improve your memory and goes out of its way to dispel popular claims and myths about memory. Refreshingly better than the average books on this subject. Recommended.

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  2. H. Hildre says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Impressed I’m Afraid, 26 Sep 2011
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    This review is from: Boost your memory (Kindle Edition)

    I had some great hopes for this book, but now I wish I didn’t buy it. I guess the fact that the author is a neuroscientist particularly lured me in, but I’m afraid I’m not impressed at all. If you’re looking for a book with specific methods and tips to increase your memory past the obvious “get rest and exercise!” then I would recommend you keep looking.

    Each Brilliant Idea gets its own chapter, and each chapter follows the same rigorous recipe. This could perhaps have worked if the chapters were longer and more thorough, and if the recipe perfectly fit each topic, but I find myself quite annoyed when I read the book as after reading for a few paragraphs I’m suddenly confronted with a “Here’s an idea for you..” part which can sometimes be as long as a sizeable chunk of the chapter, a “Defining idea” which is a quote by someone famous related to the topic, and an occasionally extremely patronising “How did it go?”-Q&A. Sometimes the Brilliant Idea is something which doesn’t fit into the formula at all, such as a chapter on why you shouldn’t try memory enhancing drugs, but the formula is still used.

    I would recommend this book if you’re wanting a very light introduction to how memory works and perhaps some short pointers into where you can go if you wish to take your search for good memory techniques further, but if you’re here and already in that search for concrete memory techniques then this is not a value for money. The techniques are a minority of the Brilliiant Ideas and the short and rigorous chapters do not allow for any thorough elaboration on them.

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  3. Nemo says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very comprehensive, excellent value, 8 Sep 2011
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    Nemo
    This review is from: Boost your memory (Kindle Edition)

    When I downloaded this book I thought it would be full of clever ideas to help me remember long lists of items, dates, telephone numbers etc.

    Well, part of the book does just that, but it also goes much deeper into the subject of memory. It explains why we remember some things and not others, how we remember, sleep, positive thinking, rhythm, old age, the 80/20 rule and smells (!) to name just a few of the areas covered.

    Various methods are also discussed to help you learn all sorts of things including lists, telephone numbers, passwords and even foreign languages. There’s also a few party tricks to impress your friends.

    There’s something in here for everyone who wants to improve their memory or wants some practical advice in specific situations such as studying for an exam or making a presentation.

    Highly recommended.

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