Many people struggle to recall the names of the people they meet
Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) March 31, 2009
Bad memory for names? Get yourself a dog!
That's just one unusual tip contained in a new '7 Day Online Memory Challenge' issued by Gloo The Memory Company http://www.gloo.com.au.
The free memory challenge involves reading one fun article each day for a week. Each article contains a simple, easy-to-apply, memory-boosting idea and takes just 5 minutes to read. Articles include…
- Memory Secrets And Blue String Pudding
- How Old Is Your Brain?
- Bad Memory For Names? Get A Dog
The 7 Day Memory Challenge was designed by memory man Chris Lyons who correctly memorised 46 people's names in just 5 minutes at the 2008 Australian Memory Championships and recited Pi to 4,400 places without error back in 2006.
"Many people struggle to recall the names of the people they meet" said Chris. "And that's a real shame because there are some simple techniques which anyone can learn in just a few minutes a day" he added.
To read 'Bad Memory For Names? Get A Dog' and take the free 7 Day Memory Challenge just visit the Gloo website http://www.gloo.com.au.
1. Gloo The Memory Company helps people profit from their memory through public workshops, corporate training and personal coaching.
2. Chris Lyons correctly memorised and recalled 46 people's names in just 5 minutes at the Australian Memory Championships held in September 2008 at Coolangatta on the Gold Coast, Australia.
3. Chris doubled the Australian Memory Record in 2006 by reciting Pi to 4,400 places without error.
4. 'Bad Memory For Names? Get A Dog' is the title of one of the seven free memory-boosting articles available to anyone who takes part in the Gloo 7 Day Memory Challenge. Don't have time to take the challenge? The article can also be read by visiting http://www.gloo.com.au/get-a-dog.html