Here’s an interesting question I received about the professionalism of Harry Lorayne. As you long time readers know, I had the honor of interviewing him privately some months ago and gave that interview to some of you who have supported the Magnetic Memory family with your time (get in touch to find out how to get the interview if you haven’t already received this valuable 45 minutes of pure memorization magic).
What do you think about Dominic O’Brien, f.e. did you read his books?
Harry Lorayne seems to be a Card-Artist and a magician, I don’t know if he really is a professional concerning learning ‘academic’ content. Please correct me if I am wrong…
I’m a miracle worker myself with a pack of cards and I have a BA, two MAs and a PhD … so I don’t know how being a magician could possibly limit one’s ability to effectively teach other people how to learn. Lorayne is a pioneer and well-worth studying. Not only that, but he’s a great demonstrator of memory and accelerated learning techniques, and that makes him far finer a teacher than someone who only writes about a method. No one serious about mnemonics can afford to ignore his massive contribution to the field of memory techniques.
Dominic O’Brien is absolutely worth reading as well. O’Brien comes from the World Memory Championship platform and much of his teaching is systematic in that regard. No one serious about mnemonics should pass go or collect 200 Magnetic Memory dollars without reading him.
The truth is that anyone who wants to get good at mnemonics needs to read as many writers on mnemonics as they possibly can. It’s like getting good at golf or card tricks. No one book or training video is going to give you expertise. You need to see the same “trick” or “move” executed from multiple angles and in multiple hands.
Same thing goes with mnemonics and memory techniques. You need to see the same universal principles executed by multiple minds in order to get the fullest possible picture of what the world of memorization techniques is all about and how this group of methods can be applied to accelerated (or perhaps better put, preeminent) learning.
That said, no one else in the world of memory techniques is talking about “bridging figures,” “word division” and “compounding” strategies apart from me. These are radical new innovations that get people huge results, especially when it comes to memorizing material like foreign language vocabulary and specialized terminology, such as in law and medicine.
But as comprehensive as I try to be, no one person or group of persons will ever be enough. That’s why I always try to educate readers of the Magnetic Memory Newsletter about everything out there in the world of memorization techniques that I’ve been able to learn.
Having read this, I hope that you are now ready to leap forward and get really serious about building a successful memorization system for yourself for so that you can learn a new language and recall its vocabulary with ease.
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Thanks for your question and feel free to get in touch again at any time.
Until next time, dear Memorizers, magnetize ’em all and then teach someone else what you’ve learned about Memory Palaces. Teaching a skill is one of the best ways to learn it and helping people improve their memory is one of the best ways we can make the world a better place. The more we remember, the more we can remember. And the more we learn, the more we can learn.