Unlimited Memory (Mental Mastery Book 1) by Kevin Horsley

Unlimited Memory (Mental Mastery Book 1)

Kevin Horsley Broke a World Memory Record in 2013... And You're About to Learn How to Use His Memory Strategies to Learn Faster, Be More Productive and Achieve More Success Most people never tap into 10% of their potential for memory. In this book, you're about to learn: How the World's Top Memory Experts Concentrate and Remember Any Information at Will, and How You Can Too Do you ever feel like you're too busy, too stressed or just too distra...


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TitleUnlimited Memory (Mental Mastery Book 1)
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Release DateJan 26th, 2014
PublisherTCK Publishing
GenreSelf Help, Nonfiction, Psychology, Personal Development
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  • Elena
    1970-01-01
    I have a month of Kindle Unlimited that I'm frantically trying to use up. After I read The Miracle Morning, I inadvertently convinced some Kindle algorithm that I am now seeking self-help books by the cubic ton (or e-book equivalent). This was the most appealing of all of the ones that were thrust at me.I started becoming more interested in improving my memory last year when I decided I needed to 1) get more serious about maintaining languages an...
  • Taha Jassim
    1970-01-01
    “Memory is a way of holding onto the things you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose.” - The Wonder YearsI have always asked me self why is that I am able to remember some memories and lose the others, or that I am able to recall some paragraphs that I studied in middle school and not able to remember some thing I read recently. Having read multiple books about memory improvement, I must say it was not a straight forwar...
  • Gilgamesha
    1970-01-01
    I don't know why I bother with these books. The author compared us to a lioness in hunting in order to demonstrate we should not multitask....ummmm really??? It did have some good points hence the 2stars.
  • Doug Taber
    1970-01-01
    I was looking for a book on memory training after reading Moonwalking With Einstein. This book covered many of the principles I was looking for. A good starter kit for memory training.
  • Alana
    1970-01-01
    A Diamond in the RoughAs it turns out, I don't actually have a bad memory. We were just never shown how powerful our memories really are. Going from being dyslexic barely making it through high school to having one of the best memories in the world, Kevin Horsley is living proof. This book is low on fluff filled to the brim with practical application. I had modest expectations, but i'm giving it 5 stars because Horsley showed me that my memory wa...
  • Tara
    1970-01-01
    What a pleasant find! I'm glad that I read this. I now have some new and very pleasant techniques on how to increase my memory. Highly recommended to those who have a large interest in the subject. It does take some work but there are ways to make it fun.
  • Julie
    1970-01-01
    I bought this on a whim, because it was $1.49 on a Kindle daily deal. I have always had a good memory. I have never kept a calendar. If the dentist tells me what date and time to come back in 6 months, I remember. I remember things people say to me word for word. I remember names. I am a good test taker, because I can recall information or picture how it looked on the page of the text book. I can not recite a huge chunk of Pi or the Declaration o...
  • Jaide
    1970-01-01
    “May you never forget what is worth remembering, nor ever remember what is best forgotten.” –Irish Blessing and quote from the bookGrandmaster Kevin Horsley's extremely informative book Unlimited Memory should be required reading and implemented in every freshman high school classroom. The various methods he teaches the reader are intended to aid in memory enhancement, and with practice are tools that can be used effectively over the course...
  • Belal Al Droubi
    1970-01-01
    amazing.i am a medical student and this helped me a ton, especially in studying anatomy just a note:1-this book is short ,nevertheless don't be fooled. this definitely is an amazing and helpful book2-don't expect to see any improvement without applying what u learn in the book3-don't expect to see any improvement if u just forget the techniques after passing over them with ur eyes...remember to stop and understand them4-practice the techniques as...
  • Vagabond of Letters
    1970-01-01
    ** to **1/2.Good introduction to method of loci, peg method, etc. but thoroughly contaminated with reprobate new-age power-of-positive-thinking self-help trash, and thinly-veiled advertisements for books, methods, and ideas of these unscientific and worldly self-help gurus. Unfortunately lists of these 'laws' and 'emotional, social, and sexual intelligences' and 'attitudes' form the contents of the exercises used to introduce each method of memor...
  • Wes
    1970-01-01
    More of a tutorial than a book. An impulse buy in the category. Great tutorial on memory structure and how to implement, but as a book he doesn't have a single original thought written which was pretty annoying not to mention the overdose of self-help rhetoric. Stick the books on the matter written by modern day people who taught yahoos like this one in turn are just trying to score easy bucks off other people's expertise and break throughs.
  • Yesenia Gonzalez
    1970-01-01
    An amazing book that I am currently using to create my system of memorizing as it explains. Read it twice on e-book then purchased the actual book in January 2017. A MUST have especially if you have said to yourself and others "I have a horrible memory" FALSE!! You have a phenomenal memory!!!!
  • Tina
    1970-01-01
    A clear, concise and very practical book. It brushes briefly through the most commonly used memory techniques and gives some very good examples on how they are used.I will definitely start trying to put them into practice.
  • Ana Paula Gonzalez Toledo
    1970-01-01
    muchas técnicas de aprendizaje por asociación y motivación para la autodisciplina! nada nuevo bajo el sol.
  • Mifrah
    1970-01-01
    Excellent! Must read for students.
  • José Luis
    1970-01-01
    Ao contrário do que eu imaginava, não é um livro chato ou cansativo, cheio das regras. Curto e direto ao ponto, mostra as principais técnicas de memorização. São simples, poucas e funcionam. Tendo paciência para vencer a barreira inicial da curva de aprendizagem, o domínio da técnica vem rápido. E os benefícios aparecem junto. Gostei do livro, recomendo.
  • Jon Patterson
    1970-01-01
    Very interesting, and has some helpful tools. Like most self-help books I totally disagree the humanistic "you can do anything you believe" worldview. I would say worth reading for the tools, but sift through the worldview present. It is also a very engaging and quick read.
  • Prakriti
    1970-01-01
    When I first came across this book, I was sceptical it will be of any help in remembering medical knowledge, since the kind of information we are supposed to remember as doctors is very different and can often be non-conforming. But the foreword, which was written by a doctor, urged me not to rebuke it right away. And I can safely say, I do not regret that decision.The author describes numerous strategies to help one retain vast amounts of inform...
  • Kevin Groosalugg
    1970-01-01
    Much of the information included here is pretty well known but it was nice to review it all in one place. A very short read (few hours including activities), I think it was worth the investment. As there was little "new" information, and occasionally it read like an advertisement for other self help books, it can't get past the 3 star "I liked it" for me.
  • Jeff
    1970-01-01
    Unlimited Memory is the first book I've read dedicated to the topic of strategies to improve one's memory and while I suspect very little content of the book and the principles are new, they were new to me and as a result, I was captivated. I've already begun to implement the simple techniques like the car technique for memorizing short lists such as my grocery list by visualizing the items in places in my car. The linking technique is also easy ...
  • Brendan
    1970-01-01
    A concise introduction to the use of mnemonics to more effectively remember information. Overall, a good book with two annoying quirks. First, the author is really into self-help books apparently and a lot of his memorization examples involve memorizing things like ______'s list of "traits that you need to be the best person you can be!" This can be a bit annoying. Second, the author is not a great writer. This doesn't impede understanding usuall...
  • Jordan Stivers
    1970-01-01
    An amazingly useful book. I can already see its influence on my daily life and I can remember much more than ever before. Be sure to actually DO the exercises if you want the full impact! Just one chapter a day can truly expand your mind and set you up for success. My one regret is not finding this book sooner because it would have been great to have while I was in college.
  • Jess Defrees
    1970-01-01
    Great bookWonderful ideas references and quotes. Well organized and applies to many paths of life one may chose. Highly recommended. Well written and easy to understand
  • Nikola
    1970-01-01
    a lot of technical stuff about memory and about using it. most of it requires cognitive involvement.
  • Ulio
    1970-01-01
    I got this on Kindle Unlimited. I normally don't expect much from those but this was a great surprise. Do you feel like you forget information too quickly? Ever read a non fiction book with amazing information and after a week you forget most of it? I was the same but since I started and finished this book I really feel like my memory's strength has increased thanks to the techniques found in this book. The best part is that you don't need to pay...
  • Kev Willoughby
    1970-01-01
    When I first saw this book, I was very skeptical. There is a very bold insinuation made in the title. But because it was on sale on Kindle for $1.49 the day I bought it, I decided it was worth the purchase. A few days later, after finishing the book, I am ready to call this one of the best and certainly most useful non-fiction books I have ever read, and I am a very avid reader. If you allow this book to change the way you learn, then this book i...
  • Jeremy Gallen
    1970-01-01
    Author Kevin Horsley dedicates this self-help book to Eloise Cooper, whom he acknowledges made several contributions to the book and encouraged the writer all his life. In the introduction, Horsley further acknowledges Dr. Marius A. Welgemoed, whose learning technique says changed his life. Horsley notes that people tend to give away their power due to helplessness, believing someone else is blamable for subsequent stress, and that those that bel...
  • Simon Eskildsen
    1970-01-01
    I picked this up as a refresher on memory techniques since I've accumulated a few frequently used checklists I'd like to build memory structures for. This is a quick read, but fairly mediocre writing with a lack of focus. Instead of focusing exclusively on memory techniques, the author periodically indulges in his personal philosophy on productivity, habits, and life. Given that he's managed to compress a series of topics and that I (somewhat) go...
  • Barnabas
    1970-01-01
    Another short, but solid how-to book on Memory Improvement techniques. Thank you Grandmaster Horsley!Not five stars, because I felt some more exercises could have been included. The ones included in the book were "4 on a scale of 5". I'm sure more examples would have made the "story" more interesting.Memory is a curious thing - most people never really effectively improve it because these techniques (which are truly easy to follow based on this b...
  • Oliver Niebuhr
    1970-01-01
    I was somewhat reluctact to begin reading this book. Mostly because there are a plethora of these self-help books and the methods rarely sticks with you in your everyday life. This is of course more the fault of the reader than it is the authors. However, Horsley takes a different approach which includes the reader in a more active manner, making the subject matter stick. Where self-help books usually teach you how to better yourself in the futur...