Where Did Noah Park the Ark?: Ancient Memory Techniques for Remembering Practically Anything (Paperback)

Ancient Memory Techniques for Remembering Practically Anything

By Eran Katz

Harmony, 9780307591975, 256pp.

Publication Date: October 19, 2010



Never again forget your keys, where you parked your car, your PIN number, or the name of the person you just met five minutes ago
Better than a daily dose of Sudoku, "Where Did Noah Park the Ark?" is filled with eclectic, remarkably effective techniques that will help you remember everything you need to and avoid those awkward senior moments we all get from time to time. For instance:
.Remember names and faces using ancient Jewish practices, the Napoleon method, and the JFK technique.
.Recall dates, events, and long digit numbers with the remarkable system of "gematria."
.Recollect tasks, lists, jokes and who begat who with Rabbi Leon of Modena's amazing cue system developed through forty years of wandering the desert with not a Post-it note in sight
.Memorize vast quantities of information, articles, and books for exams with a little help from Hasidic yeshiva students and their unique learning style.
.Stand in front of an audience and deliver powerful presentations using the Roman room system and Cicero's "De Oratore" teachings.
.Upgrade your memory's overall performance with the Super Student Success Rules and other effective techniques.
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About the Author

ERAN KATZ S books on memory and intellegence have been bestsellers in twelve countries. He is a popular guest on TV and radio shows and has delivered his entertaining memory seminars to hundreds of leading multinational companies and organizations, including Motorola, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, General Electric, Coca-Cola, AT&T, and the International Brain Education Association."

Praise For Where Did Noah Park the Ark?: Ancient Memory Techniques for Remembering Practically Anything

"Self-help with a light touch...[Katz is] entertaining, with a lively sense of humor that immediately captures and sustains a reader's attention." – Chicago Jewish Star