- Ice Breaker
- How to remember dates
- Test your ability
- How to memorise numbers
- Test your memory of the Candle List
- Could you give a speech without notes?
- Look, No hands
"a very good mind lesson. your never too old to learn something new and life changing"
"It is fun and quick moving! Really enjoying it!"
"This is one of the best courses I have taken on Udemy. I hope to practice what I have learned which should help improve my memory."
This course will get you kick-started on improving your memory. There is no strong scientific evidence that memory apps work. That is why every technique I teach is designed to be applied in the real world. Don't become good at games - learn to apply memory techniques to real life challenges.
To get you started I am going to show you how you can recall the day of the week of any date in the years 2016 - 2019. It will take you less than an hour to master. Imagine meeting someone and telling them what day their birthday will fall on next year. It's a great way to overcome awkwardness and get a conversation going. Plus they will look at you in different light.
As your memory improves, so will your self-confidence, clarity and communication.
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Bill Aronson is a business leader, and occasional memory coach. As a social entrepreneur Bill has helped thousands of people of all ages to improve their memory. Recently, in front of an invited audience, Bill recalled a string of 240 binary numbers in under 240 seconds and in 2015 recalled Pi to 304 decimal places. He does these mental acrobatics to demonstrate that anyone can increase their memory.
Bill says, “If I can do it, so can you. I have an ordinary memory, but an extraordinary process that I want to share with you. COVID-19 insists that we reinvent ourselves, and our way of life. Developing a powerful memory is a great first step.”
Bill is a former director of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Australia), which he helped turn around from an embarrassing $800K loss to break-even in eighteen months. He has also served on the board of the International Coach Federation of Australasia.
Bill now lives in London, UK where he runs a tech start-up. To date, he has written nine books on business transformation including Turning up for Life (Lulu 2011) and The Lost Art of How to Find Things (2016).