I'm not going to lie. I'm a proud of myself. I just recited the entire United States Constitution from memory! That is 4,453 words! It wasn't an easy task and took me 4 and a half months! Now, I didn't work straight through I had many other tasks during that time and took weeks off
Think about something... Ancient people passed down religious texts and massive poems and stories... With no printing press. Oral traditions. Sure somethings were lost. But it's remarkable how much was not. Why does it seem that ancient people had this crazy knack for memory and we can't even remember what we did last week? Well,
World Memory Championships 2015 : What is it like to compete in a World Memory Championships? I competed in the 2009 World Memory Championships in London and to be honest I didn't want to go. But it was an INCREDIBLE experience and one I hope to do again. Back story: I won the 2009 USA Memory
This was one of my proudest moments in competing in memory tournaments. Sure, I had won the year prior at the 2009 USA Memory Championship but I had so much less adversity. Believe it or not, there is pressure once you win a tournament and everyone starts gunning for you. It was an akward feeling.
What in the world does a memory speaker talk about in his memory talk? Lots of things I am sure...yet, if I had to describe my memory talk this video is how I would do it I have perfected this memory talk since 1991. I remember being 19 years old and showing up at sales
Two time USA Memory Champion and memory training expert Ron White memory guy shares what it was like being the USA Memory Champion and what he learned from the experience: I have done a few things in my life that I am very proud of and just as many that I am not so proud
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