Ever heard the phrase “Work smarter, not harder”?
Well, what if there was a way to translate this idea into your memory improvement efforts?
Sure, there are a lot of apps and learning systems that promise big results.
In reality, most fall flat as tools and memory aids. But there is something potentially revolutionary in the memory software world that I want you, the Magnetic Memory Method Community, to know about.
Today’s guest, Matthew Snow is the creator of the app, MemoryFiler.
A former Army serviceman, Matthew initially became interested in memory techniques as a way to better himself personally.
Using mnemonics eventually grew to Matthew’s desire to help others attain their memorization goals through using his fascinating Memory Palace Software. Here’s a demo:
Matthew’s Memory Palace Software is highly personal, and isn’t a hack or a shortcut.
Far from it:
You’re still putting in the work, but it actually aids you in remembering your Magnetic Imagery. You do the encoding, and you make the associations. However, with this memory software, your images are at-the-ready for Recall Rehearsal as you work on committing them to memory to use in your work.
The Difference Between This Memory Palace Software And The Rest
That’s the difference between MemoryFiler and the flooded market. It takes your best efforts, your commitment, your encoding, and your imagery, and gives you a little boost, so that you can work smarter, not harder.
So if you’re looking for a way to maximize your imagery, and if you’re searching for a more high tech way to record that imagery instead of putting pen to paper – if flashcards simply aren’t a tool in your personal toolbox, listen up.
Simply press play using the audioplayer at the top of this page to discover:
- How Matthew’s military experience was helped by the Memory Palace technique, and what servicemen and women really need to know for a promotion
- The secret to getting “unstuck” with visual imagery used in memory techniques
- What traits are necessary for success in entrepreneurship (and how consistency and routine relates to memory training routines)
- Strengths and weakness of kinesthetic and visual learning styles
- The benefit to reducing cognitive load through the use of apps, and why you shouldn’t “beat yourself up” over using them
- Why social media is really asocial media, and why this is a metaphor for other “memory games” on the market
- The need for analog and digital to work in tandem, and why we can’t “throw the baby out with the bathwater” when it comes to choosing one over the other
- The reality of the generational gap between Generation X and Generation Z, and the influence the digital age has had on these groups
- An explanation of dual-path readership and its development in modern culture
- Why you should be concerned with media sovereignty
- The real way to improve focus and concentration
- The reason pop culture junk may be more useful than you think for memory work (Hint: It has to do with semantic memory)
- Warning signs and indicators you’re dealing with the “pain of disconnect”
Further Resources on the Web, this podcast, and the MMM Blog: