The Executive Memory Guide
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Date: January 1989
Duration: 1 hours 0 minutes
WHAT YOU CAN'T RECALL COSTS YOU TIME AND MONEY
Today's busy executive is bombarded by a wealth of information, statistics, facts, names thoughts and dates. But how much of it is there when you need it on the spur-of-the-moment? Now, an acclaimed expert in the field of memory and recall tells you how to turn a jumble of forgotten dates, clients, numbers and ideas into a neat, on-call file of key information. Learn:
* To turn your mental power on -- for an instantly better memory.
* How to use the mind's ear to develop a photographic memo
* Simple, effective mnemonic techniques -- memory triggers that make recall easy and permanent.
* How to use visualization and mental memos for expanded memory.
The Executive Memory Guide uses actual memory situations to show you why you sometimes forget names and faces -- and gives you the tools to begin remembering more accurately and more immediately. With specific memory techniques for numbers, long speeches, lists and names, this audio program will make you more effective at work, in meetings and in all phases of your busy life.