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Memory techniques for students are a dime a dozen. But only this shows you how to use a Memory Palace to study in the best ways. Read now.
It's fun and easy to use a Memory Palace for math. You just need to follow these 8 simple steps and use proper mnemonic images. Learn how now.
Want to know how to create a memory palace? I've been using the memory palace technique for years to memorize languages, key info, and more.
You can easily master the Sherlock Holmes Mind Palace. Follow the 5 steps in this simple guide and enjoy learning much faster today.
If you've ever wondered how to make changes inside of a Memory Palace, this information shows you how. You'll also discover alternatives.
The Roman Room technique is a simple and fun application of the method of loci. Learn how use it as a simple Memory Palace today.

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ABOUT ANTHONY METIVIER


Anthony Metivier is the founder of the Magnetic Memory Method, a systematic, 21st century approach to memorizing foreign language vocabulary, names, music, poetry and more in ways that are easy, elegant, effective and fun.

Dr. Metivier holds a Ph.D. in Humanities from York University and has been featured in Forbes, Viva Magazine, Fluent in 3 Months, Daily Stoic, Learning How to Learn and he has delivered one of the most popular TEDx Talks on memory improvement.

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