Improve Your Memory by up to 500%. The TOTAL MEMORY BLUEPRINT is way more than a regular memory course. Over the last 25 years, I've seen people face the same challenges over and over again. Lack of time, mind wandering and no real strategy to learn fast that causes procrastination. In the Memory Blueprint, I've taken 25 years of my work and condensed it into just 6 weeks. Yes, you'll learn how to walk into a room and remember 20 people, memorize the big ideas and facts in books (quickly), present without using notes (confidently), remember conversations on the fly, pass exams and way more real-life memory skills. It doesn't stop there though, you see to make memory techniques part of your life and how you operate, you HAVE to create the right habits, behaviors, and beliefs to support them. That's why in the Memory Blueprint you'll also learn how to create Tiny Habits® that allows you to do this stuff without even thinking about it. You'll learn strategies to get instantly focused to avoid mind wandering and create a powerful set of beliefs that completely transform how you feel about your memory and how it operates day to day. If your serious about Supercharging Your Brain then join me in this transformational 6 weeks! See you on the other side.
Mark Channon is a Memory Coach and founder of markchannon.com. His focus over the last 25 years has been helping professionals, entrepreneurs, presenters, actors and students of all ages learn fast with confidence. Whether that's presenting talks without notes, remembering 20 people in a meeting, passing the California Bar exam, memorizing the big ideas in a book or growing expertise in your field. In the 90s Mark created the quiz show Memory Masters for the BBC that aired to 8 million viewers and became one of the first Grand Masters of Memory in the world. He is the author of several books including How to Remember Anything, The Memory Workbook and Improve Your Memory: Sharpen Focus and Improve Performance. He has been a speaker at SXSW, the Institute of Chartered Accountants, BBC, Salon London and The Guardian.