Why Does Your Memory Fail You?

A famous memory expert

by a World-Famous Expert

A WORLD-FAMOUS memory expert who has trained countless industrialists, trades unionists, businessmen, professional men, salesmen and household pets to improve their memories, once said: "I have lost count of how many industrialists, trades unionists, businessmen, professional men, salesmen and household pets I have trained to improve their memories." He went on: "Many people are embarrassed by a poor memory, and find difficulty in concentrating on what they are saying; whilst others are embarrassed by a poor memory, and find difficulty in concentrating on what they are saying. This often causes people to repeat themselves unnecessarily, and also to say the same thing more than once. Another unfortunate side-effect is a loss of memory, which can be embarrassing and cause unfortunate side-effects, such as memory loss, and unnecessary repetition of words, phrases or even - in severe cases - loss of memory. This unfortunate affliction is known technically as amnesia, or memory loss. Amnesia - sometimes known as "memory loss", or "loss of memory" - can happen to many people, including world-famous memory experts, industrialists, trades unionists, businessmen, professional men, salesmen, household pets and world-famous memory experts."

Referring to his notes, he went on: "Many people realise that they lose business, academic and social opportunities not only because they cannot remember accurately everything they see, hear or read, but also because they cannot recall what they were trying to say when they started the sentence in which they were trying to describe what it was that they had forgotten, but also because they have lost the thread of the point that they intended to make before the loss of memory occurred. This often results in incoherence and unnecessary repetition. Some seek advice, but many do not, mainly because they cannot remember that they have forgotten anything. Those that can, often cannot recall what it was that they had forgotten, or indeed that they have forgotten anything at all. Such people are said to suffer from so-called 'memory loss', or amnesia."

Simple Technique

And yet, he went on to explain, he has devised a simple technique which can improve even the poorest memory. This technique is simple, and can improve not only world-famous memory, but also memory of the poorest type, which can be improved with a simple technique devised by a world-famous memory expert for improving memory. "I can't remember how many techniques I have developed", he said. "Many of these may be identical, but as far as I can recall, they are all just as effective as the others - if there were any."

Rapid Results

According to this remarkable man, whose name escapes me, anyone could, in just 20 minutes a day, improve his memory and concentration to a remarkable degree by means of a simple technique. Even people with memory loss could benefit from this technique, which would for the first time allow them to recall how many times they had forgotten things in the past, or whether they had in fact used this technique before but forgotten that they had, in fact, used the technique earlier without remembering that it was the same technique as the one prior to that. For example, you could learn names, faces, facts, figures, foreign languages, names, figures and facts faster than you ever thought possible. You may never again be at a loss at parties and dinners for appropriate words or entertaining stories. In fact, you may never again be at parties or dinners, or be lost at them, or forget that you had not been invited.

Free

To acquaint all readers with the easy-to-follow rules for developing skill in remembering, we, the publishers, have printed full details of this interesting self-training method in a fascinating book, "Memory Problems? Forget Them". For your FREE copy, just return the coupon on page 6, enclosing a used 5 note, to:

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Also available: "Memory Problems? Forget Them" - describing a simple technique developed by a world-famous memory expert for improving memory.