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Who wants to have a Mega Memory? – Learning FundamentalsDid I ever get a photographic memory from doing Mega Memory as a child? Perhaps a better question to ask is, did the program help me to improve my memory? You bet. All Mr Trudeau did was package a bunch of memory techniques that have been around for well over a century nicely together. More importantly and impressively, he managed to get millions of people my dad and I included excited about learning more about the human mind and memory. He sparked curiosity in us and forced us to think about how far we could push ourselves mentally and what was possible.
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Hopefully it will be able to clear up some misconceptions and at least give you a good idea of what to expect from the product. Mega Memory users Liz Johnston, Leslie Rogers, John Whittle and a couple of others have told me that Mega Memory is a lot like the memory techniques presented in these web pages and in many books. This is exactly what I expected. While his claim of a photographic memory is a stretch, I have found it very useful. I have memorized the 42 Presidents and the dates they took office and also 55 of the major battles of the Civil War and their dates, History is my Hobby and many other shorter lists. I can go for months without using the lists and recall them easily.
Dear Valued Customer, I hope that you enjoy this course as much as I enjoyed putting it together. Please note the summary pages, or workbook, are only a minor portion of this course. Your memory will be enhanced primarily by the cassette tapes in working with the mental exercises that they share. One lesson at a time. Each lesson is mi ea.
Kevin Trudeau - Mega Memory. Before you listen to the first tape There is no such thing as a good or bad memory, only a trained or untrained memory! You can access the area of your brain that never forgets. It's called the knowledge bank, and it stores information like your name, the alphabet, words to nursery rhymes you learned as a child and events in your life that you can never forget.