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How to memorize fast: Poetry

How to memorize fast: Poetry

It’s easy to memorize poems and text with memory techniques!

  • Learn to memorize faster!
  • Quickly remember poetry
  • Apply this to giving presentations
  • Keep your brain sharp

About this Course

By the end of this course you will know how to quickly remember poetry using memory techniques. You may like to remember a poem a week, a day, or even a whole book.

What ever the case, memorization using mnemonics can significantly save you time.

You can also apply your learning to text and giving presentations without notes.

Perhaps you need to remember poetry for your exams, or to keep your brain sharp. You may have favorite poems you would like to learn for pleasure.

If you need to be able to memorize faster, this course will help you to achieve your goals.

Cost: $59

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone who wants to be able to remember poetry or text quickly.
  • Students who need to memorize text for exams, this could be poetry or other written material.
  • Business people wanting a better memory for work. Learn how to give presentations, speeches and meetings without prompt cards.
  • People whose confidence suffers from the feeling of being a ‘slow learner’. This is something you can absolutely change.

Who is it not for?

People who think they will learn how to memorize faster without work. It takes practice, but you will be able to remember text far faster than you currently can if you put in the time to attain this valuable skill.

What you'll get in this course

With over 2 hours of step by step video lectures, homework, reading and quizzes, you will soon be speedily memorizing text.

The Curriculum

1. Learn the basics

  • 1.0 Before you start

  • 1.1 Imagery and visualization to remember

  • 1.1 Cheat sheet - Imagery and Visualization

  • 1.2 Building and using memory palaces

  • 1.2 Reading - What are memory palaces?

  • 1.3 Example poem for module 1,2 and 3

  • 1.3 Let's build one together

  • 1.3 Cheat sheet - Building memory palaces

  • 1.3 Quiz - Visualization and Memory palaces

  • 1.3 Homework

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2. Get your poem ready

  • 2.0 Module Overview
  • 2.1 Read it, break it up, highlight it
  • 2.2 What does it mean?
  • 2.3 Timing, expression, pauses
  • 2.1 to 2.3 Cheat sheet - Get your poem ready
  • 2.1 to 2.3 Quiz - How do you get your poem ready?
  • 2.1 to 2.3 Homework

3. Memorize your poem

  • 3.0 Module Overview
  • 3.1 Memorize title and author
  • 3.2 Memorize the first stanza
  • 3.3 Refine the first stanza
  • 3.2 to 3.3 Quiz
  • 3.4 Repeat steps 3.2 and 3.3 for all stanzas
  • 3.5 Recall the whole text, refine
  • 3.6 Repeat step 5
  • 3.1 to 3.6 Homework
  • Module 3 Cheat sheet - Memorize your poem
  • Module 3 Homework

4. Remember long term

  • 4.0 Remember the poem long term
  • 4.1 Quiz - Long term learning
  • 4.1 Keeping track of your memorized poetry

5. Bonus material

  • 5.0 Module Overview
  • 5.1 Remember the date and page number
  • 5.1 Homework
  • 5.2 Poem for additional example 1
  • 5.2 Additional example 1
  • 5.3 Poem for additional example 2
  • B5.3 Additional example
  • Congratulations!

Are you ready to memorize your favorite poems?

Master Your Memory + Plus

Master Your Memory + Plus

Would you like an exceptional memory? You can learn to remember faster.

Course + personal training and support.

  • Learn to remember things faster!
  • 2 x one hour personal training session
  • 1 on 1 training and assistance
  • Unlimited email support

About this Course

If you want to have a better memory, you've come to the right place. How to remember faster is something you can learn!

With Master Your Memory + Plus you have assistance and support each step of the way to transforming how quickly you remember.

In this course, you get everything in the Master Your Memory course plus personal, tailored 1 on 1 training and support.

Cost: $595

Four weeks to a better memory

You can go as fast or slow as you would like through the material but one module per week is recommended. This encourages you to pace yourself and do the weekly homework to get great results.

Students can book in their personal training sessions at anytime in the first 6 months of enrolling. It is advised that the first is on completion of module two, and the second is after all the modules are finished.  However if you are stuck or need support at any time in the first 6 months it is fine to book one of your sessions then.

Don’t put off learning how to exercise your memory until after you study for anything else. You will actually save time to learn this first, and can apply it to anything you want to learn.

Best of all, it is fun!

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone who wants an improved memory to get the most out of life. Learn the names of the people you meet, the facts and new vocabulary you come across.
  • Students or those who continuously learn. Quickly memorise new information or text for exams and languages. For short term cramming or long-term learning.
  • People whose confidence suffers from the feeling of being a ‘slow learner’. This is something you can absolutely change.
  • Business people wanting a better memory for work. Learn how to give presentations, speeches and meetings without prompt cards.
  • Overachievers who work hard but hide an average memory. Imagine what you can do once you have a ‘quick memory'.

Who is it not for?

People who think they will be able to get a fast memory without work. It takes practice, but you will be able to remember much more, and far faster than you currently can.

What you'll get in this course

  • You get over 4 hours of video lectures, homework and quizzes to test your learning.
  • You will also be shown example online memory training tools, be able to download cheat sheets and do further reading.
  • Plus students will also get 2 one hour personal training sessions with Anastasia to maximize and further their learning. These sessions are tailored, so students can get help where they need it, or tackle particular learning objectives they face.
  • Additional email support is also given so students in the Plus course can ask questions as they go getting a response typically within a business day making learning easy.
  • Plus students also get access to a bonus module to take them to a further understanding of memory technique uses like remembering numbers.

All this plus lifetime access, so you can take it at your own pace, choose when you start, and re review any of the material anytime.

The Curriculum

Module One : Basics

  • 1.0 Course overview and how to take the course

  • 1.1 Remember using images and storytelling

  • 1.1 Cheat sheet - Steps to making memorable images

  • 1.2 Linking information together

  • 1.2 Reading - How to remember a list of words

  • 1.2 Homework

  • 1.3 What is a memory palace and why use them?

  • 1.3 Reading - What are memory palaces?

  • 1.4 Building memory palaces

  • 1.4 Cheat Sheet - Building memory palaces

  • 1.4 Homework

  • 1.5 Using memory palaces - basic example

  • 1.5 Cheat Sheet - Using memory palaces

  • 1.5 Homework

  • 1.5 Quiz

  • Module 1 : Basics - Download all cheat sheets

Module Two : Intermediate

  • 2.0 Module Overview
  • 2.1 Remember complex words
  • 2.1 Cheat Sheet - Example phonetic alphabet
  • 2.1 Cheat Sheet - Remember complex information - words
  • 2.1 Quiz
  • 2.1 Homework
  • 2.2 Daily memory training
  • 2.2 Cheat Sheet and Frequently Asked Questions - Online Daily Memory Training
  • 2.2 Homework
  • 2.3 Exercise your memory with images
  • 2.3 Homework
  • 2.4 Organise & track your learning and Long term vs Short term storage
  • 2.4 Reading 1 - Organise palaces and track learning
  • 2.4 Reading 2 – Long term vs Short term storage
  • 2.4 Quiz
  • 2.4 Homework
  • Module 2 : Intermediate - Download all cheat sheets
  • End of Module Two - Book your first personal training session
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Module Three : Applications

  • 3.0 Module Overview
  • 3.1 How to Memorise Text
  • 3.1 Cheat Sheet - How to memorise text
  • 3.1 Reading - How to memorise text
  • 3.1 Quiz
  • 3.1 Homework
  • 3.2 Ace your exams - part one
  • 3.2 Reading - Ace Your Exams Part One - Preparation
  • 3.2 Homework
  • 3.3 Ace your exams - part two
  • 3.3 Reading - Ace Your Exams Part Two - Memorise
  • 3.3 Quiz

  • 3.3 Homework
  • 3.3 Additional Homework
  • 3.4 Give presentations without prompt cards
  • 3.4 Reading - Give presentations without prompt cards
  • 3.4 Quiz
  • 3.5 Strategy for learning languages
  • 3.5 Reading - Strategies for learning languages
  • 3.5 Quiz
  • Module 3 : Applications - Download all cheat sheets

Module Four : Names and Faces

  • 4.0 Module Overview
  • 4.1 Remember names - Basic
  • 4.1 Reading - Remember Names : Basic
  • 4.2 Remember names - Advanced
  • 4.2 Reading - Remember Names : Advanced
  • 4.2 Cheat Sheet - Remember Names
  • 4.2 Quiz
  • 4.3 Daily names training
  • 4.3 Homework - this module
  • End of Module Four - Book your second personal training session
  • Module Four : Names and Faces - Download all cheat sheets

Bonus Module Five - Cards and Numbers

  • 5.0 Module Overview
  • 5.1 Remember numbers
  • 5.1 Reading - Remember Numbers
  • 5.1 Homework
  • 5.2 Remember cards
  • 5.2 Cards Excel template example
  • 5.3 Online Training
  • Before you go...
  • Attributions

Ready to start learning faster?

Master Your Memory

Master Your Memory

Would you like an exceptional memory? You can learn to remember faster.

  • Learn to remember anything!
  • 4 hours of lectures
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Lifetime access

About this Course

You know that feeling where someone is telling you a fact, or you have looked up a word that you want to remember but you know you won’t? You aren’t alone.

Most people feel they would like a better memory, and many more think they have a really average one. We tend to believe that our memory is just what we have been born with, and that we are stuck with it.

I’ve got good news for you. It’s not true.

  • You can learn how to improve your memory.

  • Imagine being that person that remembers everything, it can be you.

  • Using and practicing memory techniques can vastly improve the amount of information you can remember quickly, for short term or long term.

It is about creating exciting images and stories, because that’s what humans remember best.

Cost: $195

Four weeks to a better memory

With four modules, and over 4 hours of videos, homework, quizzes and reading, this course is designed to make sure you come out with a better memory for your every day life. 

As you have lifetime access you can take it at your own pace, you can choose when you start and if you want to go slower or review any of the material later you can.

Join  others who have taken the step towards a master recall. Don’t put this off until after you have studied for anything else, you will actually save time to learn this first.

Best of all, it is fun!

 
 

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone who wants an improved memory to get the most out of life. Learn the names of the people you meet, the facts and new vocabulary you come across.
  • Students or those who continuously learn. Quickly memorise new information or text for exams and languages. For short term cramming or long-term learning.
  • People whose confidence suffers from the feeling of being a ‘slow learner’. This is something you can absolutely change.
  • Business people wanting a better memory for work. Learn how to give presentations, speeches and meetings without prompt cards.
  • Overachievers who work hard but hide an average memory. Imagine what you can do once you have a ‘quick memory'.

Who is it not for?

People who think they will be able to get a fast memory without work. It takes practice, but you will be able to remember much more, and far faster than you currently can.

Interested but want a course with more 1 on 1 support? Try our Master Your Memory + Plus course. 

What you'll get in this course

4 hours of lectures, more than 40 lessons comprising of homework (don't worry it's mostly fun), and quizzes to test your learning.

You will also be pointed towards online memory training tools, be able to download cheat sheets and do optional reading.


The Curriculum

Module One : Basics

  • 1.0 Course overview and how to take the course

  • 1.1 Remember using images and storytelling

  • 1.1 Cheat sheet - Steps to making memorable images

  • 1.2 Linking information together

  • 1.2 Reading - How to remember a list of words

  • 1.2 Homework

  • 1.3 What is a memory palace and why use them?

  • 1.3 Reading - What are memory palaces?

  • 1.4 Building memory palaces

  • 1.4 Cheat Sheet - Building memory palaces

  • 1.4 Homework

  • 1.5 Using memory palaces - basic example

  • 1.5 Cheat Sheet - Using memory palaces

  • 1.5 Homework

  • 1.5 Quiz

  • Module 1 : Basics - Download all cheat sheets

Module Two : Intermediate

  • 2.0 Module Overview
  • 2.1 Remember complex words
  • 2.1 Cheat Sheet - Example phonetic alphabet
  • 2.1 Cheat Sheet - Remember complex information - words
  • 2.1 Quiz
  • 2.1 Homework
  • 2.2 Daily memory training
  • 2.2 Cheat Sheet and Frequently Asked Questions - Online Daily Memory Training
  • 2.2 Homework
  • 2.3 Exercise your memory with images
  • 2.3 Homework
  • 2.4 Organise & track your learning and Long term vs Short term storage
  • 2.4 Reading 1 - Organise palaces and track learning
  • 2.4 Reading 2 – Long term vs Short term storage
  • 2.4 Quiz
  • 2.4 Homework
  • Module 2 : Intermediate - Download all cheat sheets
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Module Three : Applications

  • 3.0 Module Overview
  • 3.1 How to Memorise Text
  • 3.1 Cheat Sheet - How to memorise text
  • 3.1 Reading - How to memorise text
  • 3.1 Quiz
  • 3.1 Homework
  • 3.2 Ace your exams - part one
  • 3.2 Reading - Ace Your Exams Part One - Preparation
  • 3.2 Homework
  • 3.3 Ace your exams - part two
  • 3.3 Reading - Ace Your Exams Part Two - Memorise
  • 3.3 Quiz

  • 3.3 Homework
  • 3.3 Additional Homework
  • 3.4 Give presentations without prompt cards
  • 3.4 Reading - Give presentations without prompt cards
  • 3.4 Quiz
  • 3.5 Strategy for learning languages
  • 3.5 Reading - Strategies for learning languages
  • 3.5 Quiz
  • Module 3 : Applications - Download all cheat sheets

Module Four : Names and Faces

  • 4.0 Module Overview
  • 4.1 Remember names - Basic
  • 4.1 Reading - Remember Names : Basic
  • 4.2 Remember names - Advanced
  • 4.2 Reading - Remember Names : Advanced
  • 4.2 Cheat Sheet - Remember Names
  • 4.2 Quiz
  • 4.3 Daily names training
  • 4.3 Homework - this module
  • Module Four : Names and Faces - Download all cheat sheets
  • Before you go
  • Attributions


Want to learn faster?

Remember Faster: For Work

Remember faster: for work

Workshop $59US.

  • Learn to remember faster for work!
  • Over 1.5 hours of video material
  • Live workshop links

 

About this Course

This course is designed to get you quickly remembering the information you need to shine at work.

You will learn how to remember:

  • General facts for work - like product details, general information, or answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Details about people - their names and other facts.
  • Information for meetings – both as the speaker or the listener.

The topics selected are broad so you can adapt the information to different areas.

 

How does it work?

  • You will get your own login with access to cheat sheets, quizzes, background reading, homework, FAQ and over 1.5 hours of video material - along with the live workshop links

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Before you begin

  • How to get the most out of this course

  • Video - Basic memory tools for work

  • Reading - Basic memory tools for work

  • Further resources

  • Quiz - Visualization and Memory palaces

  • Homework

  • Cheat sheet - Imagery and visualization to remember

  • Cheat sheet - Building memory palaces

  • Cheat sheet - Using memory palaces

Remember faster for work: General facts, People, Meetings

  • Remember faster for work - General facts

  • Cheat sheet - General facts

  • Remember faster for work - People

  • Cheat sheet - People

  • Remember faster for work - Meetings

  • Cheat sheet - Meetings

  • Frequently asked questions

Next steps

  • Quiz - Test your understanding

  • What next? - Time to practice and improve

Want to learn faster?