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This is THE book on how to memorize names and faces. It's the only name memory book written by a 2 time USA Memory Champion.
Using these techniques Ron White has memorized 128 names in 15 minutes at the 2011 USA Memory Championship.
What if you could just learn 128 new names this year? You can.
What would it do for your friendships and business if you developed a great memory for names and faces?
This is the ONLY memory book that has images for 1600 world wide names! No other book offers that.
This will save you MONTHS off your learning curve.
In this book you will learn:
The 5 step simple process to remember names and faces
This is stopping your memory from working and how to fix it in seconds
How to focus your brain instantly
How I memorized a room full of names on National Geographic show Brain Games
Meet 30 people in 30 minutes and recall all their names
I promise you this book will eliminate you being from embarrassed by not remembering names!
This is the only book on how to remember names written by a 2 time USA Memory Champion!
What is the hardest part of remembering names? It's turning the names into pictures.
This is the only book on name memory with 1600 names turned into pictures for YOU!!
This book will save you months or work in developing pictures for names.
Get better at remembering names faster with these 1600 images than any other book
This is the only book you will ever need for remembering names and faces.
Q & A with Ron White
Q: Can anyone improve their memory?
A: Yes, I have taught these techniques to a 6 year old and watched her memorize the names of the 44 presidents of the USA literally in just 90 minutes. I have also taught a World War II veteran and he was the star of the class. Some people will learn the techniques and become memory champions. Others will just get better at remembering anes
Q: How long does it take to get good at remembering names?
A: It depends but what takes the longest is turning names into pictures and getting pictures in your head for common names. It could take a year to turn 500 names into a picture. But this book does that work for you turning 1600 names into pictures
Q: What is it like to compete in the USA Memory Championship and World Memory Championship?
A: It is a TON of fun. I wish more people would start doing these tournaments. They are such incredible fun and the people you meet who are pushing their memories are just incredible.
Q: When did you realize you had this special ability?
A: I don't have a special ability. Anyone can learn this system. I'm a normal guy who learned a system
Q: What is the most names you have memorized?
A: 128 names in 15 minutes at the USA Memory Championships. As a veteran of the military and war in Afghanistan I also memorized all the fallen heroes from the us military. Itis over 2,300 names and took me about 10 months.
Q: How many names could the average person remember?
A: How about this: Set a goal for yourself to meet and remember 100 new names this year. Sounds like a lot but it is only 2 a week but just imagine how knowing 100 new people would change your relationships. If I can do 128 names in 15 minutes you can do 100 in 12 months. Oh, for the record you can do 128 in 15 minutes too but you don't believe me now. Get the book and then you will believe me.
About the author:
Ron White is a 2 time USA Memory Champion. He held the record for the fastest to memorize a deck of cards in the USA for 2 years at 1 minute 27 seconds. He held the record for most numbers memorized in the USA at 167 digits in 5 minutes.
He has appeared on National Geographic Channel's Brain Games, Stan Lee's Superhumans, Discover Channel, Fox News, Good Morning America and dozens more tv programs. He is a veteran of the US Navy and served in Afghanistan in 2007. His greatest memory project is memorizing the 2,300+ fallen us military service members from the war in Afghan