Join Paul Nowak for an in-depth discussion in this video Linking numbers to pictures, part of Improving Your Memory.
- In this video I'll show you…how to memorize a 10 item grocery list.…You might think it's difficult to remember…such a list especially in order,…but I want you to know that your brain…is more than capable of memorizing this list…with the help of a memory strategy.…That strategy is called the numeric peg system.…The numeric peg system can help you…memorize a list of items,…but you can also use it to remember…a presentation or things that you have read.…The reason it's called the numeric peg system…is because each number is going to get pegged to a visual,…something you can picture in your mind.…For example the number one…is going to be pegged to a pencil,…something you can easily visualize.…
I need you to remember that right now,…that number one is associated to pencil.…Why, because it has the same general shape as a pencil.…Before we worry about memorizing the 10 item list,…we need to visualize each number,…so remember that one is a pencil,…number two is going to be a swan,…again this is simply because the number two…
- Memory principles that work
- Taking notes
- Using songs and rhyming techniques to remember details
- Building a "memory palace"
- Remembering names and passwords
- Memorizing long texts and speeches
Skill Level Beginner
Business Writing Principleswith Judy Steiner-Williams1h 32m Beginner
1. Memory Principles
2. Memory Techniques
3. Using the Numeric Peg System
4. Situational Methods
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