The Memory Book

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Ballantine Books, 1996 - Fiction - 237 pages
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Unleash the hidden power of your mind through Harry Lorayne and Jerry Lucas's simple, fail-safe memory system, and you can become more effective, more imaginative, and more powerful, at work, at school, in sports and play. Discover how easy it is to: file phone numbers, data, figures, and appointments right in your head; learn foreign words and phrases with ease; read with speed--and greater understanding; shine in the classroom--and shorten study hours; dominate social situations, and more.

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About the author (1996)

Harry Lorayne is the world's foremost memory-training specialist and the author of "The Memory Book", a "New York Times" bestseller for 46 weeks. His other books include "Super Memory, Super Student; Remembering People, Memory Makes Money", and "Harry Lorayne's Page-a-Minute Memory Book". He has appeared on national television many times, including 40 appearances on "The Tonight Show", and has made hundreds of personal appearances, teaching seminars at major corporations, schools, and other organizations. His instructional "Memory Power Package" of DVDs has sold thousands of copies on TV and the Internet. He lives in New York City.

Lucas, as a child, the NBA legend was frustrated with the traditional learning methods used in the classroom. As soon as he was able, he dedicated himself to an entire lifetime of creating and refining a simple way to learn anything. Recently named as one of the NBA's top 50 players of all-time, he has learned the secret of winning off the court as well. He is known as "Doctor Memory".

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