Special Report for Entrepreneurship Class                                       By: Kathleen Anne Mamaradlo
In a day, how many things do we have to              take note of?
ACQUAINTANCES   SCHEDULE                LECTURESDISCUSSIONS
HOW MUCH DO WEREALLY REMEMBER?
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?
YELLOW
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...
 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 ...
9384726304
Please list down the numbers
9384726304
MEMORY Power or process of reproducing or recalling  what has been learned and retained  especially through associative m...
MEMORY PROCESSES
Natural vs. Trained Memory Natural Memory   Used when one remembers things passively   Ex. Recalling lines from songs y...
How else can we train our memory? Link Method   Associating unrelated items on a list by making    an illogical and extr...
How can we train our memory? Link Method   Memorizing a shopping list     Red apples     Bread loaf     Milk     Bar...
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 ord...
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      ...
SEEING IS DIFFERENT FROMREMEMBERING             VS.
THE IMPORTANCE OF OBSERVATION               “You can’t           remember anything              that you do not           ...
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  ...
Mastery of the Enterprise Remember operational    processes   Remember    clients/suppliers/stakeholder    s by name and...
CONCLUSION No one has a bad  memory, probably just  an untrained one Don’t just see things as  they are Superpower memo...
References http://www.merriam-webster.com/medical/memory http://psychology.about.com/b/2008/12/15/memory-psycholo http:...
Superpower memory by Kathleen Mamaradlo
Superpower memory by Kathleen Mamaradlo
Superpower memory by Kathleen Mamaradlo
Superpower memory by Kathleen Mamaradlo
Superpower memory by Kathleen Mamaradlo
Superpower memory by Kathleen Mamaradlo
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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

    1. 1. Special Report for Entrepreneurship Class By: Kathleen Anne Mamaradlo
    2. 2. In a day, how many things do we have to take note of?
    3. 3. ACQUAINTANCES SCHEDULE LECTURESDISCUSSIONS
    4. 4. HOW MUCH DO WEREALLY REMEMBER?
    5. 5. MEMORY QUIZ #1 You will be given one (1)minute to focus on the nextpicture. Remember as much as you can
    6. 6. What color were the house’swindows?
    7. 7. YELLOW
    8. 8. Which die did you see?
    9. 9. What color is missing?
    10. 10. Which butterfly did you see?
    11. 11. Which chess piece did you see?
    12. 12. What’s missing?
    13. 13. 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.
    14. 14.  Book  Apple Ashtray  Purse Cow  Venetian Coat Blind Match  Frying pan Razor  Clock
    15. 15. Please list down the objects
    16. 16.  Book  Apple Ashtray  Purse Cow  Venetian Coat Blind Match  Frying pan Razor  Clock
    17. 17. 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
    18. 18. 9384726304
    19. 19. Please list down the numbers
    20. 20. 9384726304
    21. 21. 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
    22. 22. MEMORY PROCESSES
    23. 23. 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)
    24. 24. 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
    25. 25. How can we train our memory? Link Method  Memorizing a shopping list  Red apples  Bread loaf  Milk  Bar of soap  Socks  Biscuits
    26. 26. How can we train our memory?
    27. 27. 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
    28. 28. How can we train our memory? Peg System Number-Rhyme Pegs
    29. 29. How can we train our memory? Peg System Number-Shape Pegs
    30. 30. 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
    31. 31. SEEING IS DIFFERENT FROMREMEMBERING VS.
    32. 32. THE IMPORTANCE OF OBSERVATION “You can’t remember anything that you do not observe to begin with”
    33. 33. HOW IS SUPERPOWER MEMORYUSEFUL FOR ENTREPRENEURS? Mastery of Self Mastery of Opportunity Mastery of the Enterprise
    34. 34. Mastery of Self Learning to Think  Observe, Learn, Observe  Use of the Memory  Associative Thinking
    35. 35. Mastery of Opportunity  Trained memory… - helps an entrepreneur keenly observe opportunity gaps in the market
    36. 36. 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
    37. 37. 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.
    38. 38. References http://www.merriam-webster.com/medical/memory http://psychology.about.com/b/2008/12/15/memory-psycholo http://www.memory-improvement-tips.com/natural-memory “How to Develop a Superpower Memory” Harry Lorayne

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