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by Harry Lorayne




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ISBN: 0812817788
ISBN13: 978-0812817782
Category: Science
Subcategory: Behavioral Sciences
Author: Harry Lorayne
Language: English
Publisher: Stein and Day; 1st Edition edition (1975)
Pages: 220 pages
ePUB size: 1197 kb
FB2 size: 1500 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 867
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Walianirv
I am meeting many people in the new place I am living. I usually have to ask their names again and again.The cogent method taught in this book is so useful that i would like to master it and teach it within two years. Dennis Gibson
Villo
Much better than the other books with similar titles.

Works on associations that he mades for you. If you are quick on creating your own (eg, Emma=hem ma) or on observing facial features you may not need this. I would think less and use his. My only small criticism is I live part time in Hawaii and his non-English name tips work less well on long combinations of foreign sounds.

My highest compliment- I read it at the library first, then I bought it. I bought it after buying another book with a similar title by a famous memory memory expert which book cost much more and was so bad I was really angry. I annoy easily and think it is a good value and that I would reference it again from time to time.
Ger
This book concentrates on the author's name memorization system. The front copy (my paperback) even says 'Take the RP test - study these six names and faces as if your life depended upon it. Then... see inside' and has 6 photos and names to study. Inside the front cover are 10 pictures to pick the 6 people from and name them.

I'm sure many people will think it's a great idea to learn how to remember names but they'll never get around to it. The author points out that we're all aware that you have to learn to drive a car and most people are willing to take lessons to do it, but everyone seems to imagine that remembering names is something you either 'can do' or 'can't' - as if there's no way to improve this skill.