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Become	a	Genius:
Secrets	 To	 Increase	 Your	 Brain
Power,	 Speed	 Reading,	 Learning
Efficiency,	And	Advanced	Memory
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Introduction
	
Three	and	a	half	years	ago,	I	started	my	Business	degree	in	one	of	the	toughest
universities	in	Western	Canada.		Soon	after	I	had	my	first	class,	I	was	panicking
–I	thought	I	was	not	smart	enough	and	I	was	not	going	to	make	it	through	the
four	years.
	
I	realized	it	took	me	hours	just	to	read	one	chapter	of	the	textbooks,	and	even
after	reading	it	for	hours	I	did	not	remember	what	I	had	just	read	and	I	could	not
make	sense,	or	come	into	a	smart	classroom	discussion	about	these	topics…	So	I
went	ahead	and	started	researching	the	best	and	most	simple	ways	to	help	me
through	this	nightmare.
	
After	months	of	researching,	I	found	the	best	techniques	and	applied	them	in	my
life.	They	have	definitely	helped	me	get	through	my	first	three	and	a	half	years
of	 university,	 and	 now	 I	 am	 in	 my	 last	 semester	 upon	 graduation	 with	 an
outstanding	GPA.	I	am	now	able	to	read	almost	20,000	words	a	minute,	I	can
memorize	large	texts,	and	I	definitely	feel	smarter	and	smarter.
	
So,	I	decided	to	write	and	share	my	secret	-	these	simple	techniques	helped	me
not	only	in	my	academic	life	but	also	in	many	other	aspects	of	my	life.
Who	is	this	book	for?
	
Do	you	want	to	read	up	to	25,000	words	a	minute?
	
Do	 you	 have	 difficulty	 in	 memorizing?	 Do	 you	 simply	 want	 to	 increase	 your
memorization	capacity?
	
Are	you	interested	in	increasing	your	brain	power	and	reaching	your	potential?
	
	
Well	then	this	book	is	for	you!
What	will	this	book	teach	you?
	
This	book	contains	proven	tips	and	strategies	on	how	to	read	faster,	to	increase
capacity	 for	 memorization,	 and	 to	 increase	 your	 brain	 power	 to	 reach	 your
potential.
	
However,	this	book	is	no	magic.	Reading	this	book	alone	will	not	help	you	reach
your	potential.	I	strongly	encourage	you	to	not	only	read	my	book,	but	to	also
take	action	and	apply	strategies	I	teach	you,	you	into	your	life.
	
Once	you	start	applying	the	strategies,	you	will	see	amazing	results!
	
Now,	if	you	are	ready	to	commit	and	put	in	this	extra	effort,	then	you	are	ready
to	start	reading	this	book…
	
	
Let’s	jump	in!
Table	of	Contents
Introduction
Who	is	this	book	for?
What	will	this	book	teach	you?
Table	of	Contents
Super	Reading	(Speed	Reading)
Skimming
Scanning
Meta	guiding
Rapid	Serial	Visualizations	(Software	guided	speed-
reading)
See	it	to	Believe	it	(Visualization)
Important	tips
Memorization	 (Increasing	 Memory
Ability)
Repeat,	Repeat,	Repeat	(Rote	learning)
Mnemonic
Chunking
Unleash	 Your	 Power	 (Increasing
Brain	Power)
Mind	Mapping
Critical	and	lateral	Thinking
Mental	stimulation
Important	points	to	note
Final	Words
	
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Super	Reading	(Speed	Reading)
I	 know	 reading	 can	 be	 tedious	 especially	 when	 you	 have	 to	 read	 volumes	 of
books,	hundreds/thousands	of	emails,	blogs,	letters	and	reports	to	get	whatever
information	you	might	need.	Can	you	imagine	how	much	time	you	would	use?	I
know	that	you	would	want	to	do	it	much	faster	so	that	you	have	time	to	do	other
things	or	read	even	more.
Most	of	our	reading	speed	is	appalling.	For	instance,	you	could	be	the	kind	of
person	who	has	to	say	every	word	in	your	mind,	which	means	that	your	reading
speed	is	almost	at	par	with	your	speech,	which	is	between	120-200	words	per
minute.	Obviously,	this	speed	won’t	make	you	read	through	piles	of	books	and
other	reading	material	within	a	short	time.	This	doesn’t	mean	that	you	can	never
learn	how	to	read	faster.	In	fact,	you	can	train	yourself	to	read	25,000	words
every	minute.	I	know	that	is	impressive	because	you	can	read	at	lightning	speeds
with	high	level	of	comprehension.	So,	how	do	you	start	reading	faster?	Before
you	 begin,	 it	 is	 important	 to	 note	 that	 learning	 to	 speed	 read	 takes	 time;	 you
shouldn’t	 be	 expecting	 to	 move	 from	 reading	 150	 words	 per	 minute	 to	 2000
words	per	minute	in	a	day	or	two!	As	you	get	started,	you	should	know	that	you
should	 stop	 reading	 with	 your	 inner	 voice	 and	 start	 reading	 with	 your	 eyes.
Before	 you	 get	 started,	 you	 should	 avoid	 keep	 in	 mind	 that	 you	 have	 to	 stop
some	of	the	bad	reading	habits	that	you	may	be	having	presently.	Here	are	a	few
of	them:
#1:	Regression
Regression	happens	when	you	have	to	look	back	over	text	that	you	have	already
read.	Most	of	us	do	this	just	to	re-read	the	word	so	that	we	can	get	a	clearer
meaning.	The	truth	is	that	this	wastes	time	and	makes	you	a	slow	reader	whether
you	are	re-reading	a	familiar	phrase	or	unfamiliar	one.	You	can	stop	regression
by	covering	the	text	that	you	have	read	so	that	you	won’t	feel	the	temptation	to
re-read	it.	You	can	also	use	software	that	display	a	single	word	or	sentence	at	a
time.
#2	Sub	vocalization
This	is	where	you	read	every	word	as	though	you	are	speaking	to	someone.	This
makes	your	reading	speed	to	match	your	speaking	speed,	which	means	that	you
really	 cannot	 read	 volumes	 of	 books	 with	 that	 habit	 because	 you	 are	 a	 slow
reader.	 Ending	 sub	 vocalization	 comes	 with	 practice	 and	 discipline.	 You	 can
start	 creating	 pictures	 of	 what	 you	 are	 reading	 as	 opposed	 to	 seeing	 them	 as
individual	texts.	In	any	case,	do	you	hear	words	when	someone	speaks	to	you
about	his	or	her	mansion	or	do	you	picture	how	the	mansion	looks	like	during
the	conversation?	You	should	also	learn	to	keep	your	mouth	busy	so	that	you	can
stop	focusing	too	much	on	speaking	what	you	are	reading.	Another	important	tip
for	dealing	with	sub	vocalization	is	to	concentrate	100%	when	reading.
#3	Slow	fixation	rate
If	you	have	to	move	your	eyes	from	one	word	to	the	next,	you	really	cannot	read
much	faster.	Actually,	do	you	know	that	you	are	likely	to	be	slow	when	reading
complex	text	than	simple	ones	because	your	fixation	rate	is	considerably	low?	If
you	fixate	on	one	word	at	a	time,	your	average	reading	speed	will	be	the	time
you	spend	fixating	multiplied	by	the	total	time.	So,	if	you	want	to	read	faster,
you	have	to	work	towards	ensuring	that	the	fixation	rate	is	as	low	as	possible.
You	 can	 deal	 with	 fixation	 problems	 through	 expanding	 your	 vocabulary	 and
familiarizing	yourself	with	the	subject	matter.	You	can	also	start	using	photo-
reading	technique	to	increase	your	reading	speed.
Now	that	you	know	what	you	shouldn’t	be	doing	when	reading,	let’s	get	started
on	 the	 techniques	 you	 should	 adopt	 in	 order	 to	 start	 reading	 through	 text	 at
impressive	speeds.
Skimming
Skimming	 involves	 visually	 searching	 the	 sentences	 of	 a	 page	 for	 clues	 to
meaning.	Although	this	technique	will	come	naturally	for	some	people,	it	can
also	be	an	acquired	practice.	Most	of	those	who	practice	skimming	are	adults
who	are	simply	trying	to	get	some	information	about	a	subject	matter;	you	really
cannot	 use	 this	 technique	 to	 prepare	 for	 an	 exam!	 Adults	 seem	 to	 be	 more
interested	 in	 knowing	 general	 content	 in	 a	 text	 as	 opposed	 to	 gaining	 deeper
understanding	or	for	mere	entertainment.
When	 you	 use	 skimming,	 you	 can	 start	 reading	 up	 to	 700	 –	 800	 words	 per
minute,	which	is	really	impressive	compared	to	the	normal	reading	speed,	which
stands	at	about	200	to	230	words	per	minute.	
You	can	do	this	through	reading	the	first	and	last	paragraphs	and	then	reading	all
the	last	sentences	of	all	paragraphs.	As	you	master	how	to	skim,	you	have	to
understand	 how	 the	 text	 is	 organized	 given	 that	 different	 authors	 or	 writers
structure	their	content	differently.	For	enhanced	comprehension,	you	should	read
the	text	in	detail	so	that	you	are	aware	of	the	general	information	in	the	text.
Skimming	is	best	suited	for	reading	non-fiction	material	since	all	you	have	to	do
is	to	go	through	the	headings,	and	first	paragraphs	and	sentences.	Many	people
may	 easily	 confuse	 skimming	 text	 for	 scanning.	 Let’s	 take	 a	 look	 at	 what
scanning	is	to	eliminate	the	confusion.
Scanning
Scanning	entails	reading	through	text	just	to	look	for	specific	information;	you
could	even	read	an	entire	book	just	to	look	for	specific	points.	This	is	unlike
skimming	 where	 your	 goal	 is	 to	 get	 a	 general	 idea	 of	 what	 the	 content	 is	 all
about.	For	instance,	you	could	scan	a	book	to	look	for	specific	information	such
as	the	middle	name	of	a	certain	character	in	the	book	or	the	day	when	a	certain
event	took	place.	Although	almost	everyone	can	scan,	it	is	important	to	know
how	to	scan	effectively.	Here	are	the	steps	on	how	to	go	about	it:	Understand	the
structure	of	whatever	content	you	are	reading	to	make	it	easy	to	locate	what	you
are	looking	for.	This	will	save	you	lots	of	time	that	you	would	use	going	through
each	page	or	paragraph.	The	structure	can	be	such	that	the	text	is	arranged	in
paragraphs,	 chapters,	 headings,	 chronologically,	 alphabetically	 or	 any	 other
format.	The	best	way	to	go	about	it	is	to	run	your	finger	on	the	text	and	follow	it
just	to	ensure	that	you	don’t	regress.	Keep	in	mind	that	the	more	you	do	it,	the
better	you	will	become	at	it.
Meta	guiding
This	technique	involves	using	an	object	as	a	pointer	through	the	text.	You	can
either	use	a	pen	or	your	finger	as	a	guide	for	your	eyes	as	you	read	through	the
text.	When	using	a	pointer,	your	eyes	will	significantly	move	faster	through	the
text	as	opposed	to	normal	reading.	The	idea	of	using	objects	to	guide	your	eye
through	the	reading	text	is	that	you	create	an	invisible	shape	on	a	page	of	text	in
order	to	broaden	the	visual	span	across	the	text	at	once.	The	shape	gives	your
eye	the	text	that	is	meant	to	be	read	at	once.	This	means	you	will	read	more
information	over	a	shorter	period	as	opposed	to	if	you	read	the	specific	text	word
by	word.
Pointers	 will	 guide	 your	 eyes	 to	 the	 specific	 words	 meant	 to	 be	 read,	 which
significantly	makes	you	read	much	faster.	This	is	because	it	can	help	you	reduce
the	internal	speech	or	the	silent	speech	that	goes	on	in	your	head	whenever	you
are	reading	something	which	causes	you	to	read	slowly.	I	already	mentioned	that
this	is	called	sub	vocalization.	Although	sub	vocalization	is	a	natural	process	in
reading,	it	tends	to	burden	the	cognitive	resources,	which	significantly	reduces
your	reading	speed.
To	reduce	the	sounding	of	the	internal	speech	in	your	head	count	1,	2,	3,	4	over
and	over	in	your	head	as	you	read.	Start	slowly	then	quicken	the	numbers	when
you	have	adjusted.	Just	ensure	that	you	understand	the	content	when	you	read	as
you	 count	 instead	 of	 listening	 to	 your	 speech.	 The	 point	 is	 that	 you	 should
understand	the	content	of	the	material	as	normal	but	not	with	it	sounding	in	your
head.
You	can	also	break	sub	vocalization	by	reading	blocks	of	words	that	are	much
harder	to	sub	vocalize.	Sub	vocalization	is	only	possible	when	you	read	word	by
word;	reading	in	groups	eliminates	the	chances	of	this	internal	speech	that	slows
down	your	reading	speed.
During	 the	 first	 stages	 of	 practice,	 you	 will	 notice	 that	 it	 can	 be	 harder	 to
completely	 eliminate	 internal	 speech.	 When	 you	 notice	 you	 are	 falling	 back,
pause	 your	 reading	 and	 stop	 yourself	 each	 time	 you	 notice	 the	 silent	 speech
creeping	back.	You	can	also	chant	sounds	as	you	read	to	stop	this	speech;	the
chant	 sounds	 should	 be	 irrelevant	 to	 the	 text	 you	 are	 reading	 and	 should	 be
uniform	to	ensure	that	you	are	not	distracted	from	the	contents	of	the	main	text.
It	can	be	easy	to	get	caught	in	the	chant	and	not	remain	keen	on	the	text,	which
means	that	it	will	make	it	harder	for	you	to	achieve	fast	speed-reading	with	high
levels	of	comprehension.	Whichever	method	you	use,	it	is	important	to	continue
to	comprehend	the	contents	of	whatever	it	is	that	you	are	reading.
Start	the	counting	slowly	as	you	read	since	starting	with	a	fast	pace	might	make
it	hard	to	comprehend	what	you	are	reading	since	your	mind	is	not	used	to	that.
The	whole	point	of	starting	slowly	is	for	your	mind	to	adapt	first.	Find	a	balance
between	speed	and	understanding;	that’s	the	only	way	it	will	be	worth	it.
The	 whole	 point	 of	 Meta	 guiding	 is	 for	 you	 to	 be	 able	 to	 read	 a	 chunk	 of
information	at	once	and	have	the	information	imprinted	to	your	subconscious	for
storage	making	it	easy	to	retrieve	the	information	later.
Rapid	 Serial	 Visualizations	 (Software	 guided	 speed-
reading)
This	is	a	more	recent	technique	of	speed-reading.	Rapid	serial	visualization	is	in
digital	format,	and	more	and	more	apps	are	being	built	to	aid	you	in	your	quest
for	learning	speed-reading.	In	this	particular	technique,	you	will	read	through	a
screen	as	opposed	to	text	written	on	a	page.	You	will	have	single	words	flash
across	the	screen	so	your	eyes	focus	on	one	word	only.	You	will	only	read	one
word	at	a	time.	You	can	start	with	a	much	slower	pace	to	get	your	mind	used	to
it.	 When	 it	 adapts,	 you	 can	 increase	 the	 speed	 of	 the	 words	 on	 the	 screen
meaning	your	reading	speed	increases.
When	you	use	rapid	serial	visualization	to	help	you	in	reading,	you	will	be	able
to	 build	 focus	 and	 mental	 alertness,	 which	 are	 key	 requirements	 for	 you	 to
achieve	 reading	 fast.	 Rapid	 serial	 visualization	 is	 made	 possible	 through
different	 applications,	 which	 have	 been	 specially	 designed	 for	 making	 speed
reading	easy.	Here	are	a	few	of	them	to	get	you	started:
Spreed
Spreed	is	chrome	extension	that	flashes	words	on	your	screen	for	you	to	read.	It
is	just	like	the	normal	way	you	access	the	web	only	that	its	aim	is	to	enhance
your	reading.	You	select	the	text	you	want	from	a	web	page	just	as	you	normally
would.	Once	selected,	spreed	starts	flashing	the	entire	text	word	by	word.	That
way,	you	read	more	words	in	a	lesser	time.
OpenSpritz
Open	 spritz	 addresses	 the	 issue	 of	 space	 consumed	 by	 traditional	 reading
materials.	This	includes	saving	on	space	otherwise	occupied	by	screen	or	books
occupying	the	table	space	and	shelves.	Most	reading	programs	address	this	by
resizing	the	size	of	the	text	so	that	it	takes	up	lesser	space	than	normal.	Small
sized	text	can	be	quite	frustrating	and	uncomfortable	to	read.
To	address	these	issues,	spritz	offers	compact	text	streaming	where	words	are
flashed	one	at	a	time	ensuring	you	don’t	strain	over	a	large	chunk	of	small	font
text.	By	flashing	one	word	at	a	time	the	software	doesn’t	have	limitation	in	terms
of	space	therefore	the	text	will	be	as	large	as	you	are	comfortable	reading.	With
this	software,	you	also	won’t	have	to	move	your	eyes	across	the	page	as	you
read,	which	would	be	the	case	with	a	large	chunk	of	information.
With	open	spritz	software,	one	letter	of	each	word	flashed	across	the	screen	is
highlighted	 to	 make	 you	 focus	 and	 maintain	 a	 constant	 eye	 position.	 This
ultimately	results	to	faster	reading	speed.
The	Spritz	technology	also	allows	for	the	integration	of	photos,	maps	and	videos
together	with	text.	This	makes	reading	more	fun	and	interesting.	Additionally,
the	use	of	multimedia	is	a	great	way	to	promote	a	more	effective	communication
platform.
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See	it	to	Believe	it	(Visualization)
As	we	discussed,	Visualization	entails	creating	mental	pictures	of	whatever	text
you	are	reading	as	opposed	to	reading	word	for	word.	It	will	be	much	easier	to
comprehend	and	even	understand	chunks	of	text	that	you	have	converted	into
mental	images.	It	is	just	similar	to	verbal	communication	in	that	you	don’t	have
to	 listen	 to	 what	 someone	 is	 trying	 to	 describe	 but	 picture	 it.	 In	 doing
visualization,	 you	 have	 to	 relate	 the	 information	 with	 normal	 (everyday)
activities	in	order	to	associate	what	you	are	reading	with	such	activities.	It	could
be	pictures,	movies,	photos,	places	or	anything	else	that	you	can	use	as	a	mental
hook.	 You	 can	 then	 combine	 this	 technique	 with	 those	 described	 above	 for
greater	 comprehension	 since	 you	 will	 be	 creating	 mental	 pictures	 as	 you	 read
through	the	text	while	using	meta	guiding	technique.	This	means	that	you	won’t
have	to	worry	about	regression	in	the	process	of	visualization.
	
Other	 speed	 reading	 techniques	 include	 photo	 reading	 and	 quantum	 speed
reading	each	of	which	can	help	you	read	more	than	10,000	words	per	minute.
We	won’t	go	into	much	detail	about	them	in	this	book	since	these	are	really	not
for	 beginners.	 The	 effectiveness	 of	 these	 speed	 reading	 techniques	 in
comprehension	has	also	been	questioned;	that’s	another	reason	why	we	won’t	go
into	details	about	how	to	speed	read	using	these	techniques.
Important	tips
#1:	For	you	to	master	the	art	of	speed-reading,	you	have	to	keep	practicing.	This
won’t	be	a	day’s	activity.
#2:	If	you	are	a	beginner	in	speed	reading,	start	with	books	or	texts	which	are
easy	and	you	find	enjoyable.	This	will	increase	the	chances	of	you	mastering
speed	reading	after	which	you	can	start	applying	it	in	reading	more	advanced
text.
#3:	As	you	go	about	speed	reading,	take	note	that	not	all	documents	can	be	speed
read	so	be	wise	in	choosing	that	which	you	will	speed	read.	For	example,	a	legal
document	written	with	legal	jargon	can	be	quite	challenging	to	speed	read	and
still	be	able	to	understand	it	if	you	are	not	an	attorney.
#4:	Take	words	in	groups	or	chunks	when	reading	as	opposed	to	a	single	word.
Hold	the	book	or	the	screen	a	bit	farther	from	the	eyes.	This	will	ensure	that	you
can	take	in	more	words	than	you	normally	would.	As	you	do	this,	ensure	that	it
is	just	far	enough	not	to	cause	you	to	strain	to	see	the	words.
#5:	Stop	going	back	and	forth	through	the	text.	Regression	could	be	making	you
to	skip	a	certain	part	of	text	then	come	back	to	read	it	later.	You	may	also	be	the
kind	of	person	who	has	to	re-read	text	to	understand	it	better.	To	increase	your
reading	speed,	read	one	paragraph	after	the	other	and	don’t	go	back	at	it	again.
Train	yourself	to	do	this	repeatedly	so	that	it	becomes	a	habit	to	only	read	once
through	the	text	while	ensuring	you	maintain	comprehension.
#6:	Read	when	your	mind	is	most	alert	and	active.	Start	with	materials	that	are
most	important	then	go	back	to	reading	what	is	not	that	important	such	as	leisure
material.	 Always	 prioritize	 your	 reading	 into	 important,	 moderate	 and	 least
important.	This	will	reduce	chances	of	going	back	and	forth	for	the	purposes	of
comprehension.
#7:	 Time	 yourself	 whenever	 practicing	 so	 that	 you	 know	 if	 you	 are	 making
progress.	The	lesser	the	time	it	takes	you	to	read	and	comprehend,	the	more	you
know	you	are	making	progress.
#8:	When	reading,	first	skim	through	the	material	for	main	ideas	to	know	which
parts	need	more	concentration	and	which	ones	don’t.	This	way,	you	do	not	waste
your	time	on	irrelevant	stuff	therefore	lessening	the	time	you	spend	reading	the
text.
#9:	Work	towards	keeping	off	external	distractions	such	as	noise	and	ensure	that
the	area	is	properly	lit.
Memorization	 (Increasing	 Memory
Ability)
Memorization	is	the	deliberate	mental	process	undertaken	to	store	information	in
the	 memory	 for	 later	 remembrance;	 it	 can	 be	 bible	 verses,	 pictures,	 movies,
music,	people’s	names,	or	stories.
Your	brain	in	itself	never	loses	information	that	it	receives;	it	has	the	capacity	to
store	it	all.	When	you	forget	things,	it	means	that	your	brain	failed	to	store	the
information	 properly	 in	 the	 first	 place,	 which	 means	 that	 such	 information
cannot	be	retrieved.	It	could	also	mean	that	your	brain	doesn’t	have	the	ability	to
retrieve	information,	which	means	that	you	cannot	remember	what	you	want	and
when	you	want.	Forgetfulness	could	also	mean	that	there	was	failure	to	store	that
particular	 information	 appropriately	 for	 easy	 retrieval	 making	 it	 hard	 to
remember	that	information.
We	all	know	how	important	it	is	to	remember	different	types	of	information	in
our	life.	So,	we	won’t	go	into	details	about	that.	However,	few	of	us	know	how
they	can	actually	eliminate	or	at	least	reduce	forgetfulness.	Let’s	discuss	some	of
the	 most	 effective	 memorization	 techniques	 you	 can	 use	 to	 increase	 your
memory	ability.
Repeat,	Repeat,	Repeat	(Rote	learning)
This	technique	focuses	not	only	on	understanding	of	the	concept	but	also	on	the
memorization	of	concepts	by	means	of	repetition.
When	learning	using	this	technique,	you	will	have	to	repeat	whatever	you	are
learning	numerous	times	out	aloud	or	write	it	down	repeatedly	until	you	master
it	comfortably	such	that	if	you	are	asked	about	it,	the	concept	or	the	list	comes
from	your	memory	without	struggle.	The	idea	behind	rote	learning	is	that	you
should	be	able	to	recall	the	subject	of	study	much	easier	by	repeating	it	more
times	during	the	learning	phase.
One	category	of	rote	learning	is	known	as	Vedic	chant,	which	has	been	used	for
thousands	of	years	to	master	and	remember	concepts	for	a	longer	period	without
studying	 it	 over	 and	 over	 again.	 Vedic	 chant	 was	 majorly	 used	 for	 the
preservation	 of	 ancient	 intonation	 and	 lexical	 accuracy	 for	 very	 long	 periods.
Vedic	chanting	involves	reciting	of	text	in	a	certain	way	so	that	it	doesn’t	end	up
being	distorted	even	when	passed	on	to	another	person.
Rote	learning	can	also	help	with	short-term	remembrance	for	those	who	have	a
problem	with	recalling	things	in	the	short	term.
	
When	you	are	trying	to	master	the	art	of	rote	learning,	read	over	whatever	you
want	to	recall.	Classify	the	information	into	batches	then	recite	them	over	and
over	again	until	it	is	stored	up	in	your	mind.	If	you	feel	comfortable	that	it	has
been	stored,	take	a	break	of	a	day	or	two	then	test	yourself;	that’s	when	you	will
know	that	you	have	truly	mastered	rote	learning.
Research	 shows	 rehearsal	 of	 new	 information	 then	 incorporating	 with	 old
information	 that	 is	 related	 to	 it	 will	 give	 you	 a	 deeper	 understanding	 of	 the
content.	This	is	a	good	way	to	improve	your	memory.
Mnemonic
A	 mnemonic	 is	 a	 learning	 technique	 that	 aids	 with	 information	 retention.	 It
makes	 both	 learning	 and	 memorization	 easier.	 The	 main	 aim	 of	 using	 a
mnemonic	is	to	translate	information	into	a	form	that	the	brain	can	retain	better.
Research	shows	that	the	most	simple	and	creative	mnemonics	are	the	ones	that
are	most	effective	in	aiding	memorization.
In	 this	 memorization	 technique,	 you	 will	 use	 a	 special	 word	 or	 poem	 to
remember	 particularly	 longer	 lists.	 Mnemonic	 generally	 relies	 on	 easy	 to
remember	constructs	that	can	be	linked	back	to	the	data	meant	for	remembrance.
You	could	use	this	technique	to	remember	the	colors	of	the	rainbow	in	order	or
the	planets	in	the	galaxy.	These	two	contain	many	subjects,	which	can	be	quite
difficult	to	remember	especially	in	the	order	in	which	they	exist.	To	remember
these,	you	can	compose	a	song	or	a	poem	consisting	of	the	first	letter	of	each
subject	and	each	time	you	recite	it,	you	write	down	these	subjects	in	their	order.
The	human	mind	is	likely	to	remember	that	interesting	poem	or	special	word	as
opposed	to	memorizing	the	nine	planets	of	the	galaxy!
There	are	several	types	of	mnemonics	and	they	include	the	following:-
#1	Mnemonic	link	system	(story	method)
This	involves	forming	a	poem	or	a	song	or	a	creative	sentence	using	the	first
letters	 of	 the	 words	 in	 the	 list.	 It	 makes	 it	 more	 interesting	 and	 simpler	 to
remember	as	opposed	to	the	actual	contents	of	the	list.	Apart	from	the	creative
sentences,	 you	 will	 also	 incorporate	 visualization,	 which	 is	 a	 great	 way	 of
making	 you	 remember	 easily.	 You	 can	 create	 an	 association	 between	 the
contents	and	the	creative	story.	As	you	do	this,	create	a	visualization	that	helps
in	linking	each	element	of	the	list.	Each	time	you	recite	or	tell	the	story,	you	can
easily	retrieve	the	actual	list	that	you	intend	to	remember.
The	problem	with	this	method	is	that	if	you	forget	any	element	in	the	list,	you
might	end	up	forgetting	everything	else.	It	might	also	be	tedious	if	you	have	to
remember	a	considerably	long	list.	That’s	why	the	peg	system	comes	in:
#2	Peg	system
This	mnemonic	method	is	majorly	used	for	remembering	longer	lists.	First,	you
pre	 memorize	 a	 list	 of	 words	 and	 classify	 elements	 that	 associate	 with	 the
numbers	they	represent.	These	words	form	a	peg.	You	can	use	peg	lists	created
from	letters	or	rhymes	since	they	are	much	simpler	to	learn	and	memorize.
#3	Major	system
This	technique	is	majorly	used	in	memorizing	lists	comprising	of	numbers.	You
first	take	the	numbers	in	the	list	and	change	them	into	consonant	sounds.	A	long
list	 of	 consonants	 can	 be	 quite	 challenging	 to	 master	 so	 you	 add	 vowels	 in
between	them	where	necessary	so	that	the	relevant	group	become	actual	words.
This	technique	makes	it	easier	and	simpler	to	remember	the	numbers	as	words
tend	to	stick	in	your	mind	better.
#4	Loci	system
This	method	uses	visualization	to	organize	and	recall	information.	It	makes	the
whole	 process	 of	 memorizing	 easier	 and	 more	 interesting.	 Items	 to	 be
remembered	in	this	list	are	each	associated	with	a	specific	location.
The	loci	system	relies	on	memorized	spatial	relationships	to	create	some	sort	of
order	 and	 recollect	 the	 information	 stored	 in	 your	 memory.	 As	 you	 learn	 this
method,	you	will	be	required	to	memorize	the	exact	layout	of	specific	buildings
or	the	arrangement	of	shops,	which	is	composed	of	a	number	of	discrete	loci	that
you	want	to	associate	with	the	elements	of	a	list.
You	check	through	each	loci	and	commit	what	it	is	you	want	to	remember	to	the
specific	 existing	 feature;	 it	 could	 be	 a	 building	 or	 whatever	 it	 is	 you	 choose.
When	you	have	mastered	the	exact	specification	of	the	feature	you	have	attached
to	 the	 list,	 it	 makes	 it	 easier	 when	 you	 are	 trying	 to	 recall.	 You	 simply	 walk
through	or	next	to	the	locus	and	allow	the	previous	information	to	come	back
without	straining.	It	is	actually	that	simple.
					#5	Use	acronyms
This	mnemonic	method	is	widely	used	for	memorization.	It	uses	the	first	letter	of
each	 word	 on	 the	 list	 and	 forms	 words	 with	 them.	 Unlike	 the	 major	 system
where	you	form	a	word	for	the	entire	list,	when	using	acronyms	you	will	form
several	words	that	will	form	a	poem	or	a	song.	For	example	when	it	comes	to	the
colors	of	the	rainbow,	the	first	three	are	red,	orange	and	yellow.	Picking	the	first
three	will	form	words	like	Richard	of	York	to	represent	the	first	three	colors	of
the	rainbow	so	each	time	you	say	those	three	words,	you	will	always	retrieve	the
colors	of	the	rainbow	in	their	exact	order.
As	you	form	these	words,	use	rhythms	and	rhymes	or	attach	a	catchy	tune	to
make	it	more	interesting	since	this	will	be	much	easier	to	remember.
	
For	 success	 in	 memorization	 when	 using	 mnemonics,	 always	 establish
connections	and	associations	between	new	information	and	that,	which	it,	has
stored	 up.	 The	 more	 associations	 there	 are	 surrounding	 a	 particular	 fact,	 the
higher	the	chances	of	bringing	that	information	to	your	mind.	Also,	be	keen	on
the	methods	that	require	visualization	as	recalling	will	be	much	easier.	This	will
also	reduce	the	chances	of	confusion.
Why	use	mnemonics?
#Mnemonic	methods	provide	a	memory	bridge	to	recall	information	that	would
have	been	otherwise	harder	for	you	to	remember.
#With	 the	 arranging	 and	 rearranging	 of	 information,	 mnemonic	 methods
personalizes	 information	 making	 it	 interesting	 hence	 easier	 to	 remember	 as
opposed	to	raw	unarranged	information.
#Mnemonics	allows	for	less	time	spent	on	retrieving	information	from	long	term
memory	 due	 to	 the	 way	 they	 have	 been	 arranged	 and	 categorized	 during	 the
learning	phase.
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Chunking
This	memorization	method	involves	putting	the	things	you	want	to	remember	in
larger	groups	as	opposed	to	word	by	word.	This	is	ideal	when	you	are	trying	to
remember	large	amounts	of	information	such	as	phone	numbers	or	area	codes,
which	are	rather	long	and	quite	hard	to	remember	each	time;	these	can	be	broken
into	two’s	or	threes	for	ease	in	recalling.
The	first	step	is	to	get	the	list	of	numbers	and	break	them	down	to	an	amount
you	feel	comfortable	to	handle.	Recite	them	severally	out	loudly	or	in	written
form.	Take	a	one-day	break	then	test	yourself;	if	you	can	be	able	to	recall	all	the
numbers	accurately,	then	you	have	mastered	the	art	of	chunking.
Whether	you	choose	chunking,	mnemonics	or	rote	learning	methods	to	aid	you
with	 memorization,	 do	 this	 when	 your	 mind	 is	 fresh	 and	 active	 as	 this	 will
increase	 the	 comprehension	 or	 absorption	 rate,	 which	 increases	 chances	 of
recalling.
Unleash	 Your	 Power	 (Increasing
Brain	Power)
Brain	power	refers	to	the	overall	capacity	of	the	brain	not	just	the	thinking	aspect
of	it.	The	brain	doesn’t	just	think;	it	does	a	lot	more	functions	such	as	handling:
#Intelligence
#Creativity
#Talents
#Consciousness	
#Intuition
Although	mind	power	is	of	infinitive	dimensions	and	the	fact	that	it	cannot	be
measured,	 it	 can	 be	 rated.	 Some	 people	 have	 more	 brain	 power	 than	 others;
actually,	there	can	be	lack	of	balance	between	the	aspects	the	brain	handles.	For
example,	it	is	easy	to	notice	someone	with	a	great	mental	ability	but	lacking	in
the	other	aspect.
All	 that	 can	 be	 improved	 with	 practice.	 We	 will	 discuss	 some	 actionable
techniques	 and	 strategies	 to	 get	 you	 started.	 As	 you	 get	 started,	 discipline,
motivation	and	patience	should	be	part	of	your	guiding	principles.
Mind	Mapping
This	 diagram	 is	 used	 to	 depict	 how	 your	 mind	 organizes	 the	 information	 it
receives.	Instead	of	a	linear	approach,	mind	mapping	sets	to	exploit	more	of	your
mind	 capabilities.	 By	 exploiting	 more	 of	 its	 capabilities,	 it	 means	 that	 it	 can
expand	its	functionality	hence	making	it	more	powerful.
When	studying	using	this	technique,	your	mind	is	able	to	store	information	in	the
long	term	memory.	This	is	a	supplement	to	the	traditional	method	of	learning,	as
it	enhances	the	way	your	brain	performs	its	function.	The	two	have	to	be	used
hand	 in	 hand;	 mind	 mapping	 should	 complement	 not	 replace	 traditional	 brain
functioning.
Critical	and	lateral	Thinking
This	technique	encourages	the	use	of	two	thinking	ways	in	order	to	increase	your
brainpower.	Critical	thinking	is	more	about	the	ability	to	make	proper	decisions.
It	usually	depends	on	skill	like	fairness	and	clarity.	It	requires	incorporating	of
facts	received	intelligence	and	intuition.
Lateral	thinking	on	the	hand	majorly	focuses	on	creative	aspect	of	your	brain.
Lateral	thinking	tells	of	how	much	you	can	get	out	of	the	box	or	away	from	the
information	you	have	received	to	come	up	with	something	meaningful.	When
you	use	lateral	thinking,	you	approach	a	situation	differently	as	opposed	to	how
you	would	have	normally.
When	you	use	lateral	thinking	or	critical	thinking	single	handedly,	it	tends	to
limit	your	brain	power;	that’s	why	when	something	comes	up,	you	will	be	quick
to	use	that	which	you	are	already	used	to	because	your	brain	power	has	been
limited	over	time.
When	 learning	 this	 method,	 use	 the	 two	 kinds	 of	 thinking	 simultaneously.	 It
might	be	hard	when	you	are	starting	out	but	with	disciplined	practice,	you	will
be	able	to	crack	it.	Mastering	this	technique	means	that	you	are	able	to	face	an
issue	with	open	thinking,	which	is	what,	happens	when	your	brain	power	has
been	expanded.
Mental	stimulation
This	is	a	method	of	enhancing	brainpower	by	keeping	it	active	and	functioning.
The	 same	 way	 physical	 exercises	 enhance	 wellness	 and	 body	 functionality,
mental	 stimulation	 seeks	 to	 promote	 good	 health	 of	 the	 brain,	 which	 in	 turn
promotes	its	power.
Through	research,	it	has	been	established	that	the	more	you	think,	the	better	the
brain	 functions.	 When	 you	 don’t	 exercise	 its	 functionality,	 you	 weaken	 your
cognitive	 abilities	 and	 over	 time,	 you	 will	 notice	 you’ve	 become	 slower	 in
thinking	 and	 even	 understanding	 things.	 Your	 creativity,	 intuition,	 and
intelligence	also	gets	slowed	down.
You	can	do	mental	stimulation	by	playing	mind	games	more	frequently.	These
can	 be	 in	 the	 form	 of	 playing	 scrabble,	 chess	 or	 even	 filling	 crosswords	 and
Sudoku’s.	It	may	seem	like	a	waste	of	time	but	it	has	been	established	that	these
games	force	you	to	use	your	cognitive	abilities	therefore	significantly	increasing
your	brainpower.
You	 can	 also	 increase	 your	 brain	 power	 by	 spending	 your	 leisure	 time	 doing
creative	 stuff	 like	 writing,	 drawing	 and	 composing	 as	 opposed	 to	 watching
television	or	sleeping.
Another	way	can	be	doing	something	hard	and	technical,	which	will	force	you	to
think.	You	can	for	example	take	a	programming	or	a	calculus	course.	By	doing
something	that	doesn’t	come	natural	without	thinking,	you	stretch	your	thinking
abilities,	which	in	turn	boost	your	brain	power.
Important	points	to	note
As	you	practice	and	learn	the	techniques	that	will	aid	you	with	increasing	your
brain	 power,	 you	 will	 need	 to	 incorporate	 the	 following	 to	 achieve	 maximum
success	in	your	quest:-
Reduce	stress
Stress	is	known	to	block	your	brain	efficiency	making	it	to	start	dragging.	Stress
reduces	 the	 brains	 ability	 to	 focus	 because	 all	 the	 mental	 energy	 has	 been
redirected	to	handle	whatever	it	is	that	is	bothering	you.	Chronic	stress	is	known
to	destroy	some	of	the	key	brain	cells	significantly	reducing	the	capacity	and	the
power	of	the	brain.
Stress	 and	 anxiety	 take	 a	 heavy	 toll	 on	 the	 brain.	 They	 are	 known	 to:	 hinder
proper	thinking,	make	it	difficult	to	concentrate,	make	decision	making	difficult
and	make	it	hard	to	remember	things.	With	all	these	distractions,	it	means	that
stress	will	definitely	make	it	hard	to	master	the	art	of	boosting	brainpower.
Get	enough	sleep
Sleep	helps	relax	both	the	body	and	the	brain;	a	tired	brain	has	less	power	to
completely	execute	its	functions,	which	includes	learning.	So	get	enough	sleep
and	when	your	mind	is	relaxed	and	clearer,	train	yourself	on	these	techniques.
Meditate
Meditation	is	a	great	way	to	relax	both	your	mind	and	body.	Apart	from	that,
meditation	expands	the	working	size	of	the	brain	therefore	increasing	its	power.
A	 relaxed	 mind	 will	 be	 able	 to	 do	 more	 than	 just	 normal.	 Meditation	 also
improves	 focus,	 concentration,	 creativity,	 learning	 and	 reasoning.	 Meditation
does	 all	 these	 by	 increasing	 the	 thickness	 of	 the	 cerebral	 cortex	 therefore
encouraging	 more	 connections	 between	 brain	 cells,	 which	 promote	 mental
sharpness	and	memory	ability.
Exercise
Physical	exercise	is	good	for	both	your	body	and	your	brain	too.	It	has	a	way	of
making	you	feel	reenergized	and	refreshed	meaning	that	your	brain’s	capacity	is
at	a	peak	to	execute	its	functions.	Regular	exercises	promote	the	release	of	feel
good	hormones	in	the	body	that	minimizes	the	stress	levels	therefore	clearing
your	mind	for	content	absorption.
During	 physical	 exercise,	 the	 heart	 is	 greatly	 aided	 in	 the	 pumping	 of	 blood,
which	is	coupled	with	more	breathing.	This	means	more	oxygen	is	sent	to	the
brain,	which	is	very	important	in	nourishing	the	brain.
Exercises	also	promote	the	release	of	brain	chemicals	that	strengthen	and	protect
neurons	from	damage,	which	is	very	important	for	cognitive	functioning	since	it
promotes	brainpower.
	
Eat	well
For	increased	brainpower,	you	have	to	ensure	that	your	brain	is	healthy.	You	do
this	through	eating	well	in	order	to	provide	all	essential	nutrients	to	the	body.
Just	 like	 other	 cells	 in	 the	 body,	 brain	 cells	 also	 need	 nourishing	 from	 the
nutrients	you	get	from	the	food	you	consume.	Even	as	you	consume	balanced
diets,	ensure	that	you	add	Omega	3	to	you	regular	diet	since	this	is	known	to
activate	the	brain.
Conclusion
	
First	of	all,	I	want	to	thank	you	for	downloading	this	book	and	congratulate	you
for	taking	the	first	step	towards	your	goals!
	
To	wrap	it	up,	the	best	tip	I	can	give	you	is	to	make	small,	realistic	changes	in
your	lifestyle,	and	to	not	practice	all	these	techniques	all	at	once.	Start	with	some
of	these	and	then	move	on	to	the	next	ones.	After	you	have	tried	them	all,	keep
practicing	the	ones	that	worked	best	for	you.
	
You	need	to	understand	that	the	change	will	not	happen	overnight.	You	need	to
be	patient	and	consistent	and	practice	as	often	as	you	can	to	see	improvements	in
your	life.
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