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  • Association – example
  • Encoding – registration/receiving/processing/combining information Storage – creation of permanent record of encoded information Retrieval – calling back stored information in response to some cue for use in a process/activity
  • 1 st link – apples smashed on a trolley cart 2 nd link – apples raining down on a loaf of bread 3 rd link – milk carton kicking a loaf of bread 4 th link – pouring milk on a bar of soap 5 th link – soap man putting on socks 6 th link – putting biscuits in socks
  • Information you know well – ex. Numbers
  • For each of the numbers from 1 to 10 (and even up to 20, really), you associate with each number a word that rhymes with that number. 
  • instead of using words that rhyme with the numbers as the pegs, you use the actual shape  of the numbers as pegs
  • Sound alike – sound alike Alphabet pet words rhyme with the letter they are associated with
  • Sharpened memories help entrepreneurs develop self-mastery
  • Keen observation – better analysis of the market and possible opportunities

Superpower memory by Kathleen Mamaradlo Superpower memory by Kathleen Mamaradlo Presentation Transcript

  • Special Report for Entrepreneurship Class By: Kathleen Anne Mamaradlo
  • In a day, how many things do we have to take note of?
  • MEMORY QUIZ #1 You will be given one (1)minute to focus on the nextpicture. Remember as much as you can
  • What color were the house’swindows?
  • Which die did you see?
  • What color is missing?
  • Which butterfly did you see?
  • Which chess piece did you see?
  • What’s missing?
  • MEMORY QUIZ #2You will be given one (1) minuteto remember (in the exact sameorder) the corresponding list ofobjects. After which, list it down inits proper sequence.
  •  Book  Apple Ashtray  Purse Cow  Venetian Coat Blind Match  Frying pan Razor  Clock
  • Please list down the objects
  •  Book  Apple Ashtray  Purse Cow  Venetian Coat Blind Match  Frying pan Razor  Clock
  • MEMORY QUIZ #3You will be given 30 seconds tolook at the ten digit number to beshown on the next slide. Afterwhich, write the numbers down inits correct sequence
  • 9384726304
  • Please list down the numbers
  • 9384726304
  • MEMORY Power or process of reproducing or recalling what has been learned and retained especially through associative mechanisms  Association  Connecting or tying up of two or more things to each other
  • Natural vs. Trained Memory Natural Memory  Used when one remembers things passively  Ex. Recalling lines from songs you’ve just heard or lines from a movie that you saw.  Trained Memory  Used when actively studying a new material  Through repetition  Done with the help of Memory Systems and MNEMONICS (Memory enhancement techniques)
  • How else can we train our memory? Link Method  Associating unrelated items on a list by making an illogical and extraordinary story out of it  Steps  Imagine a memorable image representing the type of list you want to remember  Think of another image linking the first image to the second  Continue for the remaining items on the list
  • How can we train our memory? Link Method  Memorizing a shopping list  Red apples  Bread loaf  Milk  Bar of soap  Socks  Biscuits
  • How can we train our memory?
  • How can we train our memory? Peg System  Ideal for remembering information that must be recalled in a particular order.  Associating information one already knows well with new facts you want to remember
  • How can we train our memory? Peg System Number-Rhyme Pegs
  • How can we train our memory? Peg System Number-Shape Pegs
  • How can we train our memory? A - Hay N - Hen B - Bee O - Hoe Peg System C - See P - Pea D - Deed Q - Cue Alphabet Pegs E - Eve R - Oar - Sound Alikes F - Effort S - Sass G - Jeep T - Tea H - Age U - Ewe I - Eye V - Veal J – Jay W - Double You K - Key X - Ax L - El Y - Wire M - Hem Z - Zebra
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF OBSERVATION “You can’t remember anything that you do not observe to begin with”
  • HOW IS SUPERPOWER MEMORYUSEFUL FOR ENTREPRENEURS? Mastery of Self Mastery of Opportunity Mastery of the Enterprise
  • Mastery of Self Learning to Think  Observe, Learn, Observe  Use of the Memory  Associative Thinking
  • Mastery of Opportunity  Trained memory… - helps an entrepreneur keenly observe opportunity gaps in the market
  • Mastery of the Enterprise Remember operational processes Remember clients/suppliers/stakeholder s by name and face Remember vital information about people Remember appointments/schedules Creates a good image both for the entrepreneur and the business itself
  • CONCLUSION No one has a bad memory, probably just an untrained one Don’t just see things as they are Superpower memory builds credibility and relationships Properly apply the techniques not just in business but also in your daily life.
  • References “How to Develop a Superpower Memory” Harry Lorayne