If you’ve been in any way exposed to memory techniques and memory enhancement, you’ve probably heard about the ultra-powerful memory palace technique. You see, one of the questions I get asked most often, particularly from our students, about memory and speed reading, is “when should I review my memory palace?”.
If you’re in the sciences, then, chances are, memorizing the polyatomic ions will be one of the more challenging memory tasks you will face during your academic career. Heck, you’re probably reading this the night before a major exam – just trying to figure out how to hack it. But
July 9th-11th, 2018 As I write this, I am happily seated in a beautifully appointed business class seat, returning from an incredibly blissful week-long island retreat with my team members and their families, full of strategy, connection, and bonding. All of this, of course, would be more than enough to
Nearly every time I meet someone new, the inevitable question comes up: “So, what do you do?” Like anyone, I have a series of standard replies, depending on who the person is and how invested I am in the conversation. Usually, the reply sounds something like this: “I run a media
Greetings, SuperFriends! In today’s episode, I want to tell you about a very different experience that I had, where I was able to find my way into a room of 50 SuperHumans at the same time. 50 people I admire. This is an essay I wrote about getting yourself into