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Publisher's Summary

Do you complain about your memory? If so, this book is for you! William Walker Atkinson, who became a pioneer of the New Thought movement, proposed effective and simple ways for improving memory! You will learn how to remember names, faces, places, numbers, music, occurrences, facts, words, books, plays, tales, etc. You need to listen this book and practice the exercises every day. And you can expect results soon!
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By Lucas on 04-02-15

No useful strategies for memory development

Would you try another book from William Walker Atkinson and/or Steven Benjamin?

Neither.

What could William Walker Atkinson have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

The book focused more on examples of people with exceptional memories rather than giving strategies to develop memory. The strategies that were given all followed the basic ideals we are taught from childhood. The whole book can be summed up with visualize and repetition, nothing ground breaking.

Would you be willing to try another one of Steven Benjamin’s performances?

The narrator was clearly trying to read through the book as quickly as possible. I caught my mind wandering off constantly when I am someone that usually gets pulled deeply into audiobooks, even self development books.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

A very few new ways of thinking about old ideas.

Any additional comments?

I wasted my money.

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