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Super Power Memory

  1. 1. SUPER POWER MEMORYSPECIAL REPORT Teodorico T. Lasin Entrepreneur
  2. 2. PUTTING OUR MEMORY TO THE TEST
  3. 3. MEMORY TEST - WORDS1. TABLE 6. ORANGE2. BOX 7. CAR3. SCARF 8. RAT4. FEATHER 9. SHIRT5. CHILDREN 10.HOUSE
  4. 4. MEMORY TEST - LISTSEggs, flour, cheese, bacon, apples, salt, bread, bananas, milk, fish
  5. 5. MEMORY TEST - NUMBERS 784 1590
  6. 6. MEMORY TEST – NAMES & FACES
  7. 7. VICTORIA
  8. 8. GERARDO
  9. 9. JIM
  10. 10. YSABEL
  11. 11. TAKIHIRO
  12. 12. MEMORY TEST – NAMES & FACES
  13. 13. BRAIN FACTS  Average weight 1,350 grams  Contents by volume 1,700 mL  Approx 2% body weight  Consumes 20% energy  Contains some 100 billion neurons  Connected by 180,000 km of cabling
  14. 14. WHAT IS MEMORYMemory is our ability toencode, store, retain andsubsequently recall information andpast experiences in the human brain.  Facts  Events  Behavior  ResponsesIf you don’t use it, you lose it!
  15. 15. HOW MEMORY WORKS
  16. 16. TYPES OF MEMORY
  17. 17. TYPES OF MEMORY
  18. 18. TYPES OF MEMORY
  19. 19. SHORT TERM VS. LONG TERM
  20. 20. MEMORY AND AGING As we age, our body changes physically  Our ability to heal is decreased  Bones become more brittle  Fat redistributes to different areas  Men – abdomen  Women – hips  Hair and skin become thinner  Brain functions may naturally slow down
  21. 21. AS WE AGE … Young Brain Aged Brain  More Activity  Less Activity
  22. 22. WAYS OF ENHANCING MEMORY Mnemonics  Acronym  DOH – Department of Health  NASA – National Aeronautical and Space Administration  Acrostics Elizabeth it is in vain you say "Love not" — thou sayest it in so sweet a way: In vain those words from thee or L.E.L. Zantippes talents had enforced so well: Ah! if that language from thy heart arise, Breath it less gently forth — and veil thine eyes. Endymion, recollect, when Luna tried To cure his love — was cured of all beside — His follie — pride — and passion — for he died.
  23. 23. WAYS OF ENHANCING MEMORY Mnemonics  Rhyme  Grammar: "I before E, except after C"  Biology: "Kids Pour Catsup Over Fat Green Spiders" (Groups in taxonomy - Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, and so on).  Astronomy: "My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nothing" (the planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth, etc.)  Physics: "ROY G. BIV" (spectrum of visible light - Red, Orange, Yellow, etc.)  Music: "Every Good Boy Does Fine" (treble clef scale - E- G-B-D-F)  Calendar: "Thirty Days Hath September, April, June and November. All the Rest Have Thirty-One, Except February." (Months of the year having 30 or 31 days)
  24. 24. WAYS OF ENHANCING MEMORY Principles: Use of Mnemonics Imagination Association Location
  25. 25. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  The Link and Story MethodThe link and story method is probably the most basic memorytechnique, and is very easy to understand and use.It works by coding information to be remembered into images andthen linking these images together into a story.This helps to keep events in a logical order and can improve yourability to remember information if you forget the sequence ofimages.Unfortunately they are both slightly unreliable as it is easy toconfuse the order of images or forget images from a sequence
  26. 26. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  The Link and Story Method
  27. 27. MEMORY TEST - WORDS1. TABLE 6. ORANGE2. BOX 7. CAR3. SCARF 8. RAT4. FEATHER 9. SHIRT5. CHILDREN 10.HOUSE
  28. 28. MEMORY TEST - WORDS1. TABLE 6. ORANGE2. BOX 7. CAR3. SCARF 8. RAT4. FEATHER 9. SHIRT5. CHILDREN 10.HOUSE
  29. 29. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  The Journey System (Method of Loci)The journey method is a powerful, effective method ofremembering lists of information, by imagining images and eventsat stops on a journey.As the journey used are distinct in location and form, one listremembered using this technique is easy to distinguish from otherlists.To use this technique you need to invest some time in preparingjourneys clearly in your mind. This investment pays off many timesover by the application of the technique.
  30. 30. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  The Journey System (Method of Loci)
  31. 31. MEMORY TEST - LISTSEggs, flour, cheese, bacon, apples, salt, bread, bananas, milk, fish
  32. 32. The Journey System (House to SM Lipa) Main Door Gate Garage Garden
  33. 33. The Journey System (House to SM Lipa) Bridge Feed Manufacturer Unfinished House Big & Beautiful House
  34. 34. The Journey System (House to SM Lipa) Drug Store SM City Lipa
  35. 35. MEMORY TEST - LISTSEggs, flour, cheese, bacon, apples, salt, bread, bananas, milk, fish
  36. 36. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  The Number/Rhyme MnemonicThe Number/Rhyme technique is a very effective method ofremembering lists. It works by pegging the things to beremembered to images rhyming with the numbers 0 – 9.By driving the associations with numbers you have a goodstarting point in reconstructing the images, you are aware ifinformation is missing, and you can pick up and continue thesequence from anywhere within the list.
  37. 37. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  The Number/Rhyme Mnemonic Zero is Snow Number Two is Shoe Number One is Sun Number Three is Sea
  38. 38. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  The Number/Rhyme Mnemonic Number Four is Door Number Six is Sticks Number Five is Hive Number Seven is Heaven
  39. 39. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  The Number/Rhyme Mnemonic Number Eight is Gate Number Nine is Mine
  40. 40. MEMORY TEST - NUMBERS 784 1590
  41. 41. MEMORY TEST - NUMBERS 784 1590
  42. 42. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  Remember Names and Faces  Focus – PAY ATTENTION  File – Select an outstanding feature on the face  Picture – Turn the name into a picture  Action – Place the picture on the face with ACTION  Review – Review at the end of the day
  43. 43. MNEMONIC TECHNIQUE  Remember Names and Faces
  44. 44. VICTORIA
  45. 45. GERARDO
  46. 46. JIM
  47. 47. YSABEL
  48. 48. TAKIHIRO
  49. 49. MEMORY TEST – NAMES & FACES
  50. 50. YSABEL
  51. 51. TAKIHIRO
  52. 52. JIM
  53. 53. VICTORIA
  54. 54. GERARDO
  55. 55. Knowledge is power and knowing how toenhance memory creates super powermemory.Strong memory skills helps everyentrepreneur to interact and respondappropriately.An entrepreneur with super powermemory establishes a good businessrelationship with prospective customersand business partners.
  56. 56. We constantly and continuously meet newpeople along the way.Mastering the skills of remembering namesgive every entrepreneur a positive impressionduring social gatherings and interactions withpeople.We shake hands today, six weeks after, byremembering and calling themby their names, we buildfriendship, rapport, relationshipand finally future business or partnerships.
  57. 57. SUPER POWER MEMORY THANK YOU
  58. 58. SHORT TERM VS. LONG TERMSensory Memory Long Term  Impressions of sensory  Info stored for long information periods, usually a  Info stored for 200-200 lifetime milli second  Examples:  Example: Learned Behavior Smell of body odor  Eating Taste of bad milk  Getting DressedShort Term  Going to the  Temporary Info bathroom  Info stored for seconds to minutes  Example: What are our names?

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