Dear Friend, 

Have you ever wondered...

How exactly does an improved memory look like anyway? 

Good question. 

As Science Daily revealed in an article titled "How Does Memory Work?"...

...there's a HUGE difference between the brain shape and size of people with strong memory abilities and those struggling due to weak memory. 

If you have a poor memory, your brain basically looks like this: 

Brain scan of weak memory to illustrate how memory improvement and the Magnetic Memory Method Masterclass fails learners

But even with a small amount of memory training, the strength of the physical neurons needed to experience strong memory increases dramatically. 

This happens because weak memory involves only a small amount of connections. But a brain trained to improve memory has thousands of connections that make it unstoppable

Once your memory is properly trained and you use memory techniques regularly, you brain will look like this:

Brain scan of strong memory to illustrate how memory improvement and the Magnetic Memory Method Masterclass helps learners

The question is...

How do you create such a powerful network in your brain? 

And what will it help you achieve if you improve your memory correctly?

The first answer is quite simple. 

And you may have heard about the core technique before. 

After all, Joshua Foer featured it in one of the bestselling books of all time, Moonwalking with Einstein.

As good as his book is, I've discovered one thing in the seven years I've been teaching people how to improve memory full time. 

Most people don't understand the memory improvement technique Foer is talking about!

(Just read some of the reviews on Amazon to see their comments about this problem.)

Why The Bestselling Memory Improvement Book Of All Time Fails People

People aren't connecting the dots for one simple reason:

Foer learned and used the techniq