Book Summary: the Business of Memory

Book Summary: the Business of Memory

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Everyone has a photographic memory. The problem is usually this perfect recall of new information lasts for only about one-tenth of a second - not long enough to do any good. Therefore, a system is required to extend that retention time and increase the amount of information that gets captured. As Felberbaum and Kranz demonstrate in The Business of Memory, just a few simple steps can pay huge career dividends and benefits. According to the authors, there are three steps you can use to become better at remembering things in the four key zones of business information: "Paying attention, along with visualizing and associating are the cornerstones of my memory system. Learning how to improve your use of these processes will go a long way toward boosting your memory - and your intelligence."The Business of Memory offers powerful and easy-to-follow strategies. This book will improve your ability to remember ANYTHING you want.
Publisher: [United States] : Business Book Summaries : Made available through hoopla, 2014.
ISBN: 9782511020029
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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