Tag Archives: memory

The Memory Palace System


As illustrated by the image above, memory is quite complex, but the more tools we have to harness our thoughts and power of recall, the simpler it becomes. I have been using the Memory Palace System for a few months now, but only for little things like grocery and topic lists (lists of points I […]

The Photographic Memory “How To”

source: Frankblacknoir on Flickr

The Concept of “Brain Training” On average, a Nationals Memory Champion spends an hour “working out” (brain training) every day. Think of it as a physical workout – but instead of going for a run or lifting weights, you are exercising your most important “muscle”, your brain. Thirty minutes of a learned and established routine […]

The IQ Infographic

The IQ Infographic

This IQ infographic shows the percentages of worldwide IQ’s, which should help you get an idea of where you stand in the brain power hierarchy. If you rank somewhere on the low side don’t fret – The IQ system is generally accepted as a flawed way to measure intelligence, although it can certainly help pinpoint […]

Mental Health and Prosperity

Nikola Tesla

This is where we really start to delve into the purpose and goals of the overall enhancement process. Without getting too far ahead of myself, I’d like to give a couple short examples of the purpose of this series. Sherlock Holmes Do you wonder if Holmes’ superb attention to every minute detail and mind-numbing deduction […]

The Missing Link to the Elite Mind

The Missing Link to the Elite Mind

Many people wonder why they get bad grades, or why they aren’t smart. Others look for weak spots in their study and get advice on how to improve their knowledge. Some people curse their bad memory, while others ponder on ways to increase it. Everyone marvels at the intelligence of someone they know at one […]

The Art of Obsession

What is Obsession? I realize that this word has a negative association to many, so I have added the following words for those of us who would prefer the more positive twists of the word. Typically when we refer to an obsession in a positive way, we use the words “passion”, “preoccupation”, “fixation”, or something […]