YOU HAVE 7 MINUTES:
NOW IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY!
Can’t remember where you put your car keys? Can’t remember why
you just walked into the kitchen? Or where you and your spouse had
your first date, or the name of your high school English teacher? Or
even the names of all your children?
Relax, you’re not alone. Everyone experiences lapses in memory,
even with these seemingly simple tasks. It doesn’t mean you’re weak-
minded, getting old, or are slipping into dementia.
It also doesn’t mean that you’re powerless to stop it. There are things
you can do to improve your memory, whether it’s for small tasks such
as where you put those elusive car keys, or the more difficult items,
such as phone numbers and grocery lists.
But improving your memory is hard, isn’t it? It takes time,
concentrated effort, and the help of an experienced hypnotist … or
The answer is NO! You can actually improve your memory quickly, in
just a few minutes, using a few simple tips we’re going to outline for
No need to set aside a chunk of your free time, no need to get
frightened or overwhelmed, no need to have that hypnotist on speed
dial – you’re going to improve your memory here and now, quickly and
Ready? Let’s begin!
Tip #1: Rhyme.
For some reason the mind is geared to remember rhyming words and
phrases more easily than others. Try to recite your favorite non-
rhyming poem, verse, or even scripture, and you might have a hard
time recalling it exactly.
But try remembering a poem, limerick or song verse that does rhyme
and the words seem to roll right off your tongue, seemingly without
any effort on your part! Even rhyming words and verses from books
you read when you were a child have probably stuck with you for
years – most people can recall the Dr. Seuss book, “One Fish Two Fish
Red Fish Blue Fish,” or the limerick “Hickory Dickory Dock.”
As a matter of fact, sometimes rhymes seem to almost get “stuck” in
your head where you find yourself repeating them over and over, even