Ageless Memory

  • by Harry Lorayne
  • Narrated by Harry Lorayne
  • 3 hrs and 50 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Harry Lorayne has been honing and teaching his memory systems for more than 40 years. Ageless Memory is the culmination of his life's work, specially geared to our needs as we age. Completely practical and easy to use, Lorayne's methods can be put into practice immediately - for a better memory the very same day you start to listen! With this one audiobook, you will learn to remember anything you see, read, or hear the very first time you see, read, or hear it, and retain it for as long as you like. You'll be able to recall names and faces, even years later; never miss an appointment or misplace keys, glasses, or valuables; give speeches without notes; learn English and foreign words and phrases easily; excel at card and other games; memorize long lists of items, huge numbers, quotations, Bible verses, all kinds of facts and figures; and (most important) regain the confidence that comes with having a sharp, active mind.Ageless Memory includes special "Mind-Power" exercises in each chapter to help keep your mind in tip-top condition, sharpen your creativity, and improve your concentration. And they're fun! Lorayne's down-to-earth style and encouraging step-by-step instructions put super-power memory in reach of everyone - enabling you to learn new languages, go back to school, and beat out the younger competition at work.

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My favorite audible book so far

This taught me to be more confidant about memory -- you really can make life easier by learning to remember - names, numbers, routines, etc. I can remember all manner of numbers now, I can recite the BIll of Rights, but it is a skill you have to practice. I plan to read this book again in 6 months and do a phase-two memory plan.
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- Terry

Harry's Techniques Work

I have read several of Harry Lorayne's books on mneumonics. His techniques really work. When coupled with increasingly spaced repetitions over time, information learned using these methods can become true and permanent memory. If you are familiar with his work, this is really more of the same. If not, it's well worth the time. In fact, it was worth it for me just to hear him read his own work. My only complaint is that I wish he would have provided a more extended list of his phonetic alphabet representation of numbers. I believe he went through 20. Through 1,000 would be great - perhaps as an appendix, so those who don't want the extended material could easily skip it. Thanks Harry!
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- Steven

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-31-2007
  • Publisher: Random House Audio