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oh good good morning everyone uh my name is valuable um with houston first corporation
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i also sort of a slightly more member represented for north america uh the
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w. actors and it is my pleasure today to introduce our readers speaker
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bob rae have you ever heard problems remembering the names of people you really should remember
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you know probably be fine foods i already heard his presentation before it should have memories is you know what
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are given a presentation or forgotten up keep going or screwed in front of an
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open fridge door wondering why you whether you happen to someone you are
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well both as there is no such thing as bad memory only and train
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one in order next maybe minutes butcher with was what we need to do to train or race
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so what were you were meaning when you immigrated to canada in nineteen seventy nine on the
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unique condition you had to prove that he wasn't taking a job for my canadian
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in in fact he was him well wasn't beginner job from anyone else in the world for he was uniquely qualified
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all of his job was to demonstrate some colours that have netted him
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a place in the guinness book of world records was gonna be a great great presentation
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for more than twenty five years what has been
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entertaining in training corporations governments in associations to
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about memories use those for professional impersonal meets it with a fixed time weed eater
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use your teachers are practical tools that we can start using
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right away but it's got me welcome bob grey higher
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uh_huh
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thank you so much
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thank you very much um david daniel uh_huh
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close k. thing that would be a nice thought whatever goes the credibility
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right out the window oh so pianist okay being honest um
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how many of you have a hard time remembering names i'm doing that right
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without question it's the number one recall problem both socially and professionally now i'd like you to do me
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a quick favourite can i turn this down a little bit he these things for like oh i
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need to be in a five digit thanks so what you did a quick right and this is the
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only time that i'm gonna watch you the stand up but could you just briefly and quickly
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just should have those names introduce yourself just one person to somebody you do not know
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you shake hands she have others names only with somebody you do not not just
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one person if somebody else comes up you just say i've already got one
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mm
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mm mm
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just first names thank you very much
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there we go um that's along right uh_huh or that you are not sure
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i just first days that's a really long night of where we are
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like here
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thank you just first names longer barrier or okay
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so as that you said just to give a little background myself i emigrated to canada number user go from one thing
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that's on it was extremely difficult for me to emigrate because i had to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt
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but i wasn't taken a job from the canadian the job that was applying full was working
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on stage with him but six the mental is have a kind of a double act
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uh my part of the show along with giving them we demonstrations was tools to demonstrate what a dummy
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this place in the guinness book of records now i'm in the guinness book for something that's just some stupid
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it release but i am the only human on the
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planet that can speak phonetically backwards literally by
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the way words or sentences step which actually makes me laugh when i think about it 'cause actually says
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that in the book actually says in the guinness book of records robert great is the only human
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yeah but i figure maybe or an l. from brussels is gonna take a crack addict
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or something right but suffice to say i can like three take any work
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any sentence and we'd reverse it so if you could put it into a tape
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recorder reversed the rules and it comes up on the stand before it's
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it's absolutely nuts now the other thing i mean the book for is once again as the books date some the only human
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on the planet that can write x. temp ranges keep backwards upside down upside
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down and backwards like tree invaded mirrors styled with both hands and feet
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simultaneously while blindfolded uh which makes the question why yeah
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actually the comic canadian to be honest with you that there is yeah that we got now
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now back then and and i think it's still the same today and i think it's the same in the us i'm sure in many other countries
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before you can get you have to work for you on work time that you have to prove that you can actually sustain a living
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if it works out they should be backed you country of origin we go to this more rigorous interview
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process to prove that nobody can actually do your job so i think my you know problem
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and they flew back to england and had disappointment kind of housing on that you have to
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understand on of us that was my whole future was dependent on this one into you
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and also this immigration officials offers these doors opened up and um somebody
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in this this little guy sat behind this shoot oak desk
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sets down his papers scattered it with is that the maple leaf this union jack
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and i'm standing there it seems like an eternity until eventually looks up at me and he says
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rubber grey that's it yes he says i understand the the you can speak backwoods
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right backwoods upside down several different ways and you have a photographic memory
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actually he said photogenic what was i gonna touch that so actually i can speak back
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put right back puts upside down several different ways but i have a trained them
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then without skipping a beat discusses to me so what's anti
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this establishment carried backwards i stood there not to get
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the precious it uh_huh anti this establishment terry news and
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would be mostly yeah that's also showcases the us
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i swear to you discover it down is piece of paper looked up at me anyone
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that's right then he says to me how about super caliph ritualistic
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acts we're leather shoes i swear to this a true story
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so i said to him but it's funny you say that 'cause the actually tend to say that i could
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in the movie mary poppins but what they do in the movies they simply reversed the sequence the syllables
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although the reverse the sequence it didn't facts still say the syllables full woods in the movie they say
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the ocean sally it's ballistic frederick have that so they get to sue part was to do in fact with those phonetically bus into groups
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so when the movie they say bush's las plastic for the government puts but it should be
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so show do you use it is to have a remote whoops and
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he said it thanks for clearing that up for me so
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i so i thought okay i'm ever that shots right oh no it's so silly so
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see that sent me a letter they sent me in that are kind of the jacket wouldn't last long so
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they sent me a letter and said in this interview you're gonna have to speak backwoods right backwards in give a memory demo
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so as far as they were concerned i'd i'd completed the speech didn't bit so then it goes over to this it was a chalk board
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because of this job what he says now about this writing nonsense i guess we could go to the cat yeah thank you
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he says i'm gonna write draw two lines what you'd imagine a mirror is vertical horizontal where i'm gonna write what in
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this quarter what i need you to do which reflected on the vertical plane it's a discordant so this will be
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and somebody who'd figured out formally clipboard he says backwards
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so i said okay this is that what you're fit the back was when he on
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the horizontal plane into discordant so this will be and eventually uses upside down
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i said okay is is that i want to reflect the full woods and the
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upside down into this quadrant so this will be both upside down and backwards
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this is i'm gonna write the word not printed i managed to these two simultaneously
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forget about the fate it is a bonus then it takes on there
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from his desk any says in order to pass this part the interview after better read this no problem he's gonna write it
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is says that this one i'm gonna hold the mirror here and i have to let you please read the reflection
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this one i have to let you be read by the kinetic upside down and this one i have
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to let you plea read it by looking at it upside they own and across in the mirror
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and i think it's tough to get into the us right so now just to show you how wonderful
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the immigration laws are in canada for which all be eternally thankful somebody give me any work
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no not too long 'cause i have to do it with both hands okay it was something like like mom
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that bob actually about the what canada's it could be that will anything at all
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she's okay we could make it a bit longer than i thank you belong to than she's well congress
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wrote jack okay chase imperfect okay okay somebody said gigantic right
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c. i. t. n. e. t. g. i. g. gigantic
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gigantic now backwards will be huh oh yeah um
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i i upside down with the left hand
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upside down the back with with the right hand simultaneously
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uh_huh and this is so stupid
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but i'm actually working right now
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this is my job my mom would be so proud
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what you do every this on one moment that's stupid habit you to drive everyone nuts guess what
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prague okay gigantic kitchen night you'd call it to you know i go eat you up you know
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i
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but then he looked at me kind all you can upload yes x. no not stupid
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then he looked at me kind of weird
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and he said okay the last part of the interview is the memory
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demonstration which is essentially the same one that i did back then
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what i did is i memorised the capital cities the areas is square miles in the populations of
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every country on the planet and all the calendars from the start the good going come into
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the one used today from its inception which was september forty something fifty two to the year two
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thousand three hundred eighty one up probably on the memory demo now i have a bookie
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and in alphabetical i've every country on the planet and the line is the capital
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city it's area is square miles on the population if i can get somebody
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to help me out pages for about three or four minutes on have you folks
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collect any three countries the person helps me simplest to look them up
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sort the cards in for quick reference hopefully all remember it
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write it down there verify it hopefully and then for
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the remainder of the presentation i share with you what we need to do to tell it to disability
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so i meet somebody just for about this one of one's eyes go down you can volunteer somebody else if
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you wish to somebody just about of yeah so they go please give a big a thank you
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oh thank you so much watching
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dan which is now right okay he's the one they got to insert that or if you could care for these tabs yeah the kind of delicate
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look at the group to give these three countries you see like come
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she isn't capital it's size properties summer come three capital bigger
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size population okay rubber yeah there was a three just that i put the cards in sewing get back to them if
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twice as quick
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no you can't see what i'm writing here right if you don't unless i
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get it wrong thinking real clue op will know why okay so far
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anybody it'll get me any independent nation please any country that has its own flag
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has extent
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one second place one second
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classics
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uh huh
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ah
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oh i see
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yeah
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okay not one
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rushes
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yeah
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but
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uh_huh
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oh just press the okay habit something really top flight little small what african country like i like england
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this was the land sweats and a. f. uh_huh
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okay piece was the land and then we go on
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it's it's
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uh_huh uh_huh
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okay skews my back but i have to look at them
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uh_huh uh_huh
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okay do you have those three event you have kazakhstan resistance was heel yes without looking up
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here not only could you please in the market could you give us the capital of
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nee ethnic has extent has examined capital on our outer population
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sixteen point four room and the area in square miles one million
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forty nine thousand one hundred and fifty four square miles
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no save it up and one
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we just got invaded or nigeria okay capital with her it's just
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flip with the capital over shoes is a word louise
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population uh the population is nine hundred and fifty five thousand people want
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and here yeah a seven hundred and eighty serum
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square miles alright going on and grandmothers
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no no that's not go cry okay hang on but the result
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an analysis have sweating like please was in and you can spell if you will 'cause
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i don't even know how to pronounce our um got because my current year
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something n. b. b. c. m. u.
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and population population five hundred and thirty eight thousand people in the area
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six thousand seven hundred and four square and also thank you so much
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here
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for like you very much in chapter four shows you how to do that
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uh it it it has so
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was that
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i'll ask the normal phone forget it
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okay
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okay alright what fail yes sorry okay so what is the capital
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sorry i
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'cause it's okay thank you as you are just let me know or change it okay
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plus the three people could out those countries i'll give you the fifty dollars later okay uh_huh
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actually have been accused of doing that on more than one occasion might which is cheating
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see there's only two ways you can give a demonstration like that if you see in which you should say in vegas or whatever
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usually a mental is give any kind of any even semi
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powerful memory demonstration it's almost guaranteed that they have plots
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in the audience right copperfield articles in shops there on the payroll so if let's suppose and it
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was a guide given that exact demonstration what would happen is he would have three people
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sitting on the payroll sitting at various parts the audience and he
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would say get me any three countries people which out now
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as you did and he would call upon the only three that is memorised if he was to do multiple nights
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and he's concerned that maybe the same people come back and say we
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did the same countries yesterday then you memorise six one nine
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all you can apply and then we system remembers them all right which is what i've done
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no the you upload that and i thank you very much since c. really one thing you
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have to take away from this presentation this
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morning is absolutely guarantee one hundred percent
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each and every one of you is capable of doing that without question
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without question or more importantly take the same systems the techniques that i use simply the setup credibility
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not for me the credibility for the systems and adapt them and apply them
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to this industry or socially whatever and maybe we should work more
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what more effectively more professionally it's simply a case of earning three systems of which i only used to
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for that particular demonstration the first of which are we go back to slight sex the first which i will
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share with you right now so i'm i'm sure we've heard of one time or another bottle memory
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what you've heard this is can this is gonna kick arse one k. thought never use based on association
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we've all used association of consciously and subconsciously off
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the without even being aware that association
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well moving
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on a subconscious level would be where have often of you smell the fragrance or perhaps for the
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piece of music that you maybe haven't smelt of the news but the moment you do
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all kinds of memories come flooding back where they can be for five ten
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twenty thirty years ago they never when anyway the rule is the yeah
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but the fragrance of the piece of music with the hope that enabled you to bring it out
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so we have to learn how to do that on a conscious level how do we
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file that information away and we can bring it out there and we do do it a
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little it's a little crude but we don't do it on a conscious level somewhat
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i don't know if there's any musicians you anybody know what the notes
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on the lines of the musical style anybody just show that
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so it's easy
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oh okay well i want to fight yeah
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so okay so e. g. anybody o. b. i. d. f.
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thank you and you landed by associating it to what
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now okay it's actually this interest is really interested
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yeah okay every good boy deserves whatever what does find deserves favour um
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when i was a kid i used to mix up concave and convex so used to get it backwards right one
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to watch a television lies walking into okay if i'm coming
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people from north america here just out of interest
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okay well we'll forget that one and actually i will share with you anyway though i'm in north america
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and i'm from england so i was never given this as a kid but and i i think they still do even now
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in order to to to remember the great lakes the five great lakes
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use you use the acronym homes which gives you like if you run
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ontario michigan erie and superior um i'll give you one mall
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mount fuji is twelve thousand three hundred and sixty five feet i've wanted memorised that
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you simply have to associate a calendar visualise a calendar to mount fuji
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which is twelve months three hundred and sixty five days it's just the conscious association now
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a strong is these are the only problem is is that they're very convenient right
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is very convenient at the first is the great lakes happen to forward
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which which with a very very convenient that the high don't not fuji happens to be the same height
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from on sundays yeah but what if you wanted to memorise it and its height was
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i dunno eleven thousand two hundred ninety three feet high to be an awful shine
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if the only time you could capitalised on this incredible incredible ability
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we have association is for things that we can conveniently associate
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what s. women resistance coming allow you to turn the not so convenient piece of information but it's this
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paper rent five digits all budget information or a client or customs nine and it turns them
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into convenient chunks so shouldn't have lies on disability that every one
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of us has this just waiting for this little he
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to open it up back to slide space a second all of memory
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i used to you gonna bet anything
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as long as it's linked actually need or associated
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with memory do you already have spilled
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and you have thousands upon thousands of members room ready stuart we just proved that but you already know
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the work home judy notice twelve months three hundred and sixty five days in if i say to you
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can you draw the outline of kazakhstan was was you and you may have a hard time line
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if i sit you can you draw the outline of italy no problem at all 'cause you've associated it to something you already know
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oh cool off now that's funny
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now what i got lots of this and this truly is the key to memory systems and this is why hits are
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absolutely wonderful with memory systems is you can enter anything as
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long as it's associated to something you already know
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but this is the absolutely the association that you fall mentally
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between what you wish to remember and the memory the you have four already stored
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critical it has to be as silly crazy
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we take you less nonsensical as possible
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the more stupid them all crazy the more ridiculous the image that before
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all the quicker the recall and this is simply because of conditioning
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we condition trove through repetition through experience to expect certain things
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to be a certain way nice neat little boxes
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that's how we like it up here the moment something odd we it
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strange or out of sync happens whether you like it or not
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your memory instilling wakes up and takes over the image so we just have to do that consciously
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so we get a conditioned response as opposing
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when you go home you got your favourite restaurant you're conditioned through experience
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that certain things are gonna happen waiter or waitress will come out
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let's suppose an next weekend you got a favourite restaurant and the waiter or waitress comes up
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and they dress to the penguins out actually but still imagine a real life penguin
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but maybe this penguin six at ten feet tall shoe penguin
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what was out of the kitchen menu wonders when
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it comes to create table flop sit down and physically talked you can tell what the specials all
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what you brought me that if that were to happen there's a pretty good shot should remember that for the rest of your life
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okay now the point isn't this is really important to your subconscious
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mind cannot tell the difference between what's real and what's imagined
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so the not the start imagine all kinds of weird wonderful images and as long as they comply with the rules of association
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as long as you've linked it to a memory that you have ready access to
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you've conscious and then we pick something pretty much is if it
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actually happened it's that powerful when it's done correctly it's powerful
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so we'll just to show you how this works we're gonna memorised
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ten items for good memories tenured member twenty thirty forty fifty doesn't matter
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just to show you how this works we gonna memorised ten items
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please do not write them down okay we're gonna memorise these so i said you couldn't do anything as long as it's associated
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the something you will read you know by the way this is this really major systems this is the
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foundation of all memory systems to go back over four thousand years is the train all the link
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so i seem to remember now is anything that was associated some your you know so i have been now find one common memory
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that everybody in this room has why don't know with you've been to this converse ended before not i've no idea but
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the one thing i do know is everyone of you came through the vegetables at the back of this room
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so if i ask you to visualise that area outside you know where the coffee in the
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danish is off the issue twelve three six five if your home stuffing you already know
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so now what you to visualise outside this room no if you close your eyes it will be stronger
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you don't have to it's entirely up to what i'm gonna do is put words on the screen
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okay i want you to visualise outside this room floor to
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ceiling that fifty feet tall with a huge burning sun
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but anyway here the thermo nuclear explosions feel the heat lean against the sun
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it's one of those old wooden thermometers also forty five fifty feet high leaning against the sun
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and the sound is heating up the mercury inside the last two and it's rising pricing pricing and to people actually
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oh shatters honours it will be usable directory the size of
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tennis balls uh floating on the floor outside this room
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you know towards the ladies washroom coming out of the ladies
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washroom as a female tennis player in fact it's venus
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williams see the in this short white skirt white top headband tennis racket in hand she comes running over
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bends down and scoops up one of these come up he was on the face of
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a racket and she bounces it once twice and we don't know heads of
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oh she's solos and smashes it straight through the window in the shot and the cost
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this new sure e. l. tennis balls i see what you love not
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really actually ox across the sky of prague like a shootings ah
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in your back yard you back got few explosion this gigantic hyena is
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full on in your back yard looked uh lee a fist from
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every with each of us to gather the roof the windows the neighbours
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at the thing is have it with this this but that
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you will cover this quite a careful not to fall in there's a low rumbling of the writing centre
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was seven slowly emerging out of these credit is a gigantic chocolate bar
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in fact it some models bought twelve feet tall five feet in circumference shoot
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moscow huge monolithic problem stands erect in the middle of this crater
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you hear the screeching sound it breaks uh_huh yeah actually she smashes should the
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fancy doughnuts in circles across the garden until that lives head first
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into the crater knocking the mosque are over now is because it's pretty remote car is
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this jeeps thirty feet long twelve feet tall there it is at forty five degrees
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turned and smash the mouse power over the wheel what was the still outside
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the cradle still spinning
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your chip you had forty five degrees 'cause there were three burning levis
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they've actually been rented like how this been branded with the
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right before and there were three lead is burning
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along the side of the jeep in that that is ah s. u. and spelling the words on
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you have something and you look in the back of the g. and jumping up and down is a yeah p. doc
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now if you own a dog if you come up with a dog if you can personalise it see that particular dog
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jumping up and down make the top four times as big as
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it usually is jumping up and down in the back
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okay welcome okay thank you very much if you closed your eyes you can open
00:31:45
now just to shake our heads away from this and this isn't to
00:31:48
say the put you've already memorised this is literally 'cause i wanna shake our
00:31:51
heads that if i have to hide about fuji you'd give me what
00:31:58
process if i ask you the acronym for the great lakes you give me how if we i suppose but any outside the
00:32:04
room you give me the sound what's lean against us on a thermometer it shatters who picks up the call appeals
00:32:14
ten who was the tennis player
00:32:16
feel is very important she serves smashes the glossy arcs across the sky and lands where
00:32:23
back yard backed out what comes out of the crater
00:32:27
mas well what smashes into the most well it she was blazing across the side of the g.
00:32:35
as you when was jumping up and down
00:32:38
oh
00:32:41
have i given your twenty thirty forty it would've been two three four times
00:32:46
a typical it would've been just a simple seriously would be just
00:32:51
it's as long as the weakest link in the weakest link is always
00:32:54
a plausibly something that makes sense that will get marked up with
00:32:59
thousands upon thousands of ah the memories that you may have regarding a chocolate bar or a dog or a
00:33:05
cheap or a car or tennis player as long as it's unique and different it will stand out
00:33:12
so an issue every statistic with you
00:33:16
if you take a thousand people approximately nine hundred of them
00:33:21
have learned all memorised the planets in our solar system
00:33:24
and they've been subjected that information of iteration a lifetime from various media newspapers magazines
00:33:30
school for period of time ranging anywhere from ten to one hundred hours
00:33:36
of the nine hundred one hundred of them today approximately
00:33:40
believe they know how many planets reno sows
00:33:44
forty actually do consistently roughly sixty percent of people
00:33:49
that believe they know actually get wall
00:33:53
of the forty twenty believe in of the oldest son on either the know how many they also know the names
00:34:00
yeah he ten would bet on it
00:34:03
one percent of your regional thousand and they've been subjected in to one hundred hours
00:34:11
you or your kids or your grandkids if you want if you have them the been subject
00:34:15
to the same information for lessons sixty seconds you have it for the rest you
00:34:21
closest planet so the sun
00:34:26
right
00:34:28
the moment right so let me just explain what happened in your brain like they
00:34:33
our price level the information we've ever accumulated ever it's all there you can always accessibility is they
00:34:41
in order from them we systems to florist both left and right hemisphere is the brain have to work harmoniously so
00:34:47
the left would say to the right i'm trying to memorise something to do with planets could you give me an image
00:34:53
so with rosa the thermometer now as long as you've been given one time or another the information that
00:35:00
the thermometer contains either out the whole wonder curry you've never heard of planning out the whole
00:35:06
it well is that it's rather well but the closest planet to the sound is not quite that that
00:35:10
takes me ten or fifteen seconds to explain but you playing with matches from it out immediately
00:35:15
just as it would somebody that you the client or custom maybe that you meeting outside of an appointment
00:35:25
venus this is one of those rare instances where the actual informational
00:35:29
the image actually gives you the knowledge that you're looking for
00:35:34
ops across back yard should created displaces all the the all
00:35:38
the earth and what comes out of the crater
00:35:43
like in the actual the image itself gives you the information that you're
00:35:47
looking for that's not very often that was twice in this place
00:35:50
but this is the beauty of memory systems you couldn't come up with
00:35:54
an image for that removed from astronomy the need g. but literally
00:36:00
if the left talk to write and says i'm trying to do something trying
00:36:03
to memorise something to do with astronomy it's literally the sure for sound
00:36:09
that this needs to go through this meant to probably the excess huge data bank
00:36:14
as fast as it at the computers like doodling if you like insane give epiphany chipper
00:36:19
and it would actually throw out jupiter it's that incredible then s. u. n.
00:36:26
is satin
00:36:30
you're the snap your own
00:36:33
and the yeah the dog now i know the pluto was recently the mode but i'm
00:36:39
not gonna change my presentation because of some stupid slice it actually might go there
00:36:47
she's been graduated now to use university she's known the train seat she was four years old
00:36:54
first week of high school she had this they had a week to memorise this
00:36:59
she'd memorised it before the close it finishes memorising as quick as we
00:37:03
did that not because she's politically smart it's just because she
00:37:06
was familiar with assistance is she was four years old so she came home anything to woodman we will we obviously we
00:37:12
still talk that she says that you know the pluto is no longer planning and i said yeah actually i do sweetness it
00:37:19
you know why she said yeah i said why does it works now is not classified as a couple of planned it
00:37:28
because she has it's all the with the action also arise going up top the rights and the way
00:37:33
this part approaches access in jesus 'cause issues will be connection i said how did you remember that
00:37:40
she said in the packet that she she had net shouldn't roman see god
00:37:45
and next to him was an easy one of the seven dwarfs
00:37:50
it was planning some easy was sneezing on neptune jumped out of the
00:37:54
jeep unleashed changed round and round the g. all but two
00:37:58
so what she actually did is what i teach my full day workshops expect it
00:38:02
sounds people that want to build relationships is that within a train of information
00:38:07
you can have additional chains it's like whoops retrieve it was familiar with mine mapping it's
00:38:12
like my napping so within actually didn't didn't just have to be one linear
00:38:17
form of information you can launch off and have additional chains
00:38:21
so you could have and then the client and then you could have additional change of spell so partisan nine
00:38:27
uh the children's names their interest the whole base you know the foundation
00:38:31
of building relationships it's not just for memorising in linear fall
00:38:39
so i'm not doing this to share them as the plan specifically that demonstrate
00:38:44
but the reason for this incredible loss of knowledge ten to one hundred hours yeah only
00:38:48
one percent people of this information is to be never shown really hard alone
00:38:53
no i'm sure some of you come from from some some countries that really are way more progressive
00:38:58
don't wear on of affirming them but i i i believe in most my
00:39:01
life in canada than north america right but for certainly in north america
00:39:07
our education system starts we we actually start the learning process that could stop the learning
00:39:13
process using left and right hemisphere using logic language numbers with the music want announced
00:39:20
but these how many techniques actually learn at the speed of light they learn to walk tool we right
00:39:26
and then for some reason and i cannot figure it out other than being i don't know that that happens of
00:39:33
history it's the how we've always done it syndrome somewhere
00:39:37
round about great three the age of eight roughly
00:39:42
the education certainly in north america turns around and says okay no more
00:39:45
fun normal plain is trying to sit up straight face the front
00:39:53
instead of continuing to get input colour pictures which which which is which
00:40:00
um how both sides of the hand the uh both chemistry is the printed work creatively
00:40:07
we give them both with pretty much no car no pictures
00:40:12
just black and white text pretty much at that moment we shut
00:40:16
down four cylinders of an eight cylinder engine instead of then
00:40:19
continuing to think that learning is finding creative imaginative is what it should be we actually force
00:40:25
him to be to be serious and it's an addictive a bit to conversion to this
00:40:30
i don't wanna say left all left i think about this linear form of thinking right which is if you just like future
00:40:37
and they take it to the rest of grade school high school
00:40:39
university and then into the workplace and and thankfully progressive companies
00:40:44
or so she is referring people like myself into show them is to use the bone no out of the box
00:40:49
but the thing is we build the box the first nail in the construction of that box is handed
00:40:55
the moment you take away cover pages imagination creativity from the learning process so what i'm getting at
00:41:02
is that if you decide to embrace memory systems or even possible auntie kate's
00:41:06
job while is always to sign what you wish to remember
00:41:12
any image something that engages the right side you parade
00:41:16
anyone a combination of these three systems allow you to
00:41:20
do that with anything including numbers and including
00:41:25
presentations i don't know if any of you remember
00:41:34
this was a few years ago um sarah paid in was giving approach is that
00:41:39
you can make you know presentation of the opulent in hotel in nashville
00:41:44
and she was whisked off after losing two limo for radio interview this is this was even
00:41:49
with its the radio interview it was preset shield questions that we're gonna be honest
00:41:55
one of which was if the republican steakhouse what three things would you like to see addressed
00:42:03
she wasn't confident that she could we bender
00:42:07
energy tax cuts and lifting all raising american spirits
00:42:13
so she actually wrote it on a hank
00:42:17
this got picked up and you two they went viral which was the last thing she needed at that moment right
00:42:26
so i'll three things no matter what you wish to minimise you assign it a name age
00:42:31
you remember anything as long as it's associated to something you already know how
00:42:36
she no she was gonna be asked if the republican steak house
00:42:41
now you can use anything you want it pop for republican house she could visualise a house again we're looking for the
00:42:48
twelve three six five that will be out this something she
00:42:50
knows so she could visualise perhaps now facetious remembers energy
00:42:58
so no matter what use noise have decided manage so energy and again m.
00:43:03
b. which is i use a by no means a strong case
00:43:05
just what i would you could have a choppy biker back to chicago or you could have a kind of rebel so now she's
00:43:12
walking along the apex of the roof of the house she kicks
00:43:15
the chimney off and replaces it with a huge hand upgradable
00:43:20
that by the way you make you he's somebody adjectives that are using the the acronym for for me in these
00:43:27
images is a t. a. p. i. use names faction
00:43:32
if you can put action into these images that
00:43:36
by far is the strongest form of association i had she
00:43:41
i didn't have it come up next to the mars bar headaches smash to the fans down not smash into the into the moscow
00:43:48
action p. for is postal involved i said if you own a dog if you add
00:43:52
there's an is an emotional connection in houses memory when you can
00:43:55
personalise an image and me in a is for exaggeration
00:44:00
everything which you should multiple huge moment or you can multiply hundreds of copies and so there
00:44:07
she is personal involvement bank action kicks them the chili and puts the future exaggeration
00:44:14
can of red tax cuts had to visualise tax cuts have any give that an image
00:44:20
well just like she would give you jupiter you can actually use them tax 'cause that would be enough for you
00:44:26
to go tax cuts so now the issues again huge
00:44:30
contacts piss in holes in the canon rebel action
00:44:35
and then left innovation american spirits you could have jack daniels coming out of
00:44:39
that and if you like if we could have casper the friendly ghost
00:44:46
three images save embarrassment
00:44:51
and if it gets better
00:44:56
well worse
00:45:02
to you it's probably ages even though when i get there there are gone
00:45:07
commerce education and the uh uh uh what's the third one it was ah
00:45:14
ah okay and the the uh oh oh yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
00:45:31
we were talking about uh oh agencies of government even yeah even
00:45:35
be rebuilt but you know uh yeah okay very long
00:45:39
but even still got remote i would i would do away with the education
00:45:43
oh really well everyone inside really
00:45:50
oh okay i have a right yeah ah
00:45:56
oops are you kidding me oops that helps moment costing personally millions of dollars
00:46:01
completely the route is campaign shredded any semblance of
00:46:05
credibility 'cause you couldn't remember one work
00:46:11
that was written fame right that if a and you know what's ironic he's
00:46:15
actually the secretary of energy right now how on nots is that
00:46:25
style i i truly believe that that was written fit that's a
00:46:28
huge i'm gonna cut free agents is that's a big soundbite
00:46:32
that would make the news so he was just chomp and a bit waiting to sigh
00:46:37
when i'm in the white house i'm gonna get a three three eight
00:46:40
says style you remember an enormous associated to something you know
00:46:45
he knew he was gonna say when i'm in the white house okay
00:46:51
so you got commerce you got education lobby list it the second
00:46:55
time and that was hogan anxiety as like when somebody comes
00:46:58
walking what you'd say hey bob i know anyone i yeah i
00:47:01
like things i'd rather than a week away needle question
00:47:07
then he had it's ups moment he couldn't remember energy so
00:47:14
when i'm in the white house he knew that that was what he was waiting for you when an action shot
00:47:22
ah
00:47:28
ah i when i mean the white house okay so that's what he was waiting for right so that's the thing you
00:47:33
already knows this is problem this is twelve three six five this is a little be outside this aeroplane as ruth
00:47:41
commerce now again the images i use here up by no means the strongest if you have an image
00:47:48
that represents commerce to you that's what you would use foss come to the what i give you
00:47:53
you would interact that image with the white house just like we have some of the
00:47:58
moment that we now have white house and i would hang a huge common
00:48:02
just like she would get me to put up a comma
00:48:06
is calmness tracks from tax tax cuts it doesn't matter
00:48:10
it just sounds like that would give you what you're looking for
00:48:14
education so now just like the thermometer and the tennis player
00:48:18
we have the calmer and something to represent education you can have an apple apple for the teacher you could she
00:48:25
and the apple on the tail of the comma or you
00:48:29
could use a graduation spoke up and out energy
00:48:34
again the three castles hanging from the skull cap could be three back to sugar
00:48:40
free chocolate bars or three kinds of rape or three images saved credibility
00:48:48
sarah rick calmly i'll give you two for one it
00:48:53
but honestly i mean that is just three things see if if you give a presentation
00:49:00
you'll know you material i should know he material but you wanna be sure that you don't forget any key points
00:49:06
in that you deliver them in the right sequence so you simply take images and you link them together
00:49:14
no he's he's an even more powerful system it likely gonna say like the last three years i guess
00:49:21
it's been called the man we house and it's literally because of that the reported what to uh
00:49:29
he went to these memory aid games uh like the olympics of memory any thought it was gonna be a bunch and uh it's
00:49:35
and but he found out that it's just systems and anybody can do the many actually spend a year
00:49:43
study in them any actually won the u. s. memory aid this is reported any potable couldn't
00:49:49
when walking with einstein any cool to them in the palace is actually the moment room if it goes back
00:49:54
thousands he is what it is and it's really powerful is that you use the rooms in your hung
00:50:01
so you remember anything as long as is associated to something you would you
00:50:04
know you could right now take a mental walk around your whole
00:50:09
take the most logical sequence which rooms makes sense i
00:50:13
should take a mental if one way of
00:50:16
doing this is to go through the front door and slap your hand on the left wall
00:50:20
and i just for that will it will take you round every room on the ground floor
00:50:27
in each of those rooms in that sequence you place him age
00:50:32
that represents the part of the presentation that you wish to remember so if
00:50:36
it was those three parts if it was my home i go
00:50:39
when i put my hand on the farms or who was i walk in on the median slim so why would stick a huge homo
00:50:46
in the dim and then i mean the kitchen where all stick a big graduation skull cat and
00:50:52
then i mean to the t. v. room where robert i would visualise refuge kind of red
00:50:59
now the advanced method to this and every units
00:51:03
record would pertaining to memorising huge amounts
00:51:07
of information like pied to two hundred fifty thousand digits is based on this
00:51:14
instead of just using the rooms you actually use pieces of furniture
00:51:20
in each of those rooms so what that does is it multiplied tenfold
00:51:25
the amount of things you can remember in each room so we yeah if i
00:51:30
go through my front door and slap my hand on the left oh
00:51:33
there's actually a picture in a place where we keep key so there's two things but let's forget those respective now i'm in the living room
00:51:39
now is that it is putting that common living room i had looked she and you can do this
00:51:44
too in your own home oh i've got a music stand then i got a piano then
00:51:48
we gotta pay window then uh got uh so for them i got another so for that i got a table then there's a speaker then there's a plot than is a picture there's
00:51:55
a thermos that there's a table and now i'm in the kitchen if i'm going with my left
00:51:59
hand still that that side of one of them but i'm now in the kitchen and i
00:52:03
got the coffee pot and i've got the stove and i've got the couldn't uh got the
00:52:06
teapot i got the toast and i got the sink and and i've got the microwave
00:52:11
and then one actually i might back yard i've still got the rest a good so what i'm
00:52:14
saying is we've now but twenty or thirty things i've only gone to half two rooms
00:52:21
you can go to the rest of the house you can go what's this
00:52:26
you can go to university you can go to every house you've lived in and probably do the same
00:52:31
thing you could take a mental ward from your home to your office picking up the locations
00:52:39
these thing these are things that we already know that that absolutely
00:52:42
goal as far as and then we systems of consent
00:52:46
no the thing with the guinness record holders like literally have hundreds of journeys
00:52:53
hundreds we couldn't do that if you wanted to spend a year doing it
00:52:58
as a guy could david far he lives in kitchener ontario in between lives an hour away from
00:53:03
the yes the wreck of a fifty decks of cards these numbers fifty debt to cost
00:53:09
what he has he has fifty journeys around each other's children is the has seventeen
00:53:16
mostly local uh_huh those piece of furniture if you like an on each of
00:53:21
those places three calls which is another system that fantastic system is not
00:53:26
his the fantastic system to memorise recalled in order the places on seventeen
00:53:31
piece of furniture and he does that with fifty decks of cards
00:53:36
that's how powerful this is up here
00:53:40
so i would say that if you wanna impress memory system the piece of homework
00:53:44
would be to come up and this is literally it's fun
00:53:47
hadn't really come up with the fifteen to twenty item
00:53:53
memory pass all roman room take two or three rooms
00:53:57
and shoes for five or six piece of furniture in each
00:54:01
room and that becomes a staple you have that
00:54:04
ways and i would say the next time you go shopping or you have a to do list
00:54:10
convert the things you have to do in an image and place them on those pieces of furniture
00:54:16
next time we go shopping don't write the list down place the items on those pieces of furniture
00:54:22
trust yourself don't take the list go shopping and you will freak yourself out
00:54:29
you will freak yourself out that you can remember the list without without writing it down
00:54:40
okay i said you that if you can minimise ten you can memorise twenty thirty forty
00:54:46
so i'd like to double this right now what i'd like you to do
00:54:50
easy match and i'm just gonna put images up here but i want imagine
00:54:55
lee actually across this balcony in this room
00:54:59
across this balcony is the brooklyn bridge
00:55:04
cross this balcony no slogan across the brooklyn bridge
00:55:09
our our loud enough
00:55:14
is uh_huh
00:55:17
is a polish all porsche
00:55:20
porsche that's it okay so imagine this porsche and zoom in across the
00:55:26
brooklyn bridge and smashes into one of those old english telephone boxes
00:55:33
literally knocks it then
00:55:36
then stepping out of this telephone booth
00:55:42
is the i've hum
00:55:46
uh_huh stepping out of the telephone number and then like a rocket it shoots off into the yeah
00:55:54
sure just across the world and who ends on the late pool input problem
00:56:03
these three balls at the front veer off oh and they
00:56:08
literally go and start shipping rex away at the coliseum
00:56:13
then the other one left the one on the right the one in the middle they just should cream
00:56:17
right away the coliseum per hour
00:56:22
was on this little guy comes along picks up these breaks i can of that photo
00:56:30
and it takes these breaks to go i repairing uh_huh
00:56:36
the great word shine is not repairing or a building something
00:56:40
now is seen that that big hail in the background
00:56:44
uh what your imagine that is actually now for g. which is helpful
00:56:51
to this effected effected yeah alright so we take it breaks the
00:56:55
guy and he's he's preparing the the great or china
00:57:00
not freudian the background but it turns out that he's not repairing it is
00:57:04
actually building on each of the too far it's only great were china
00:57:09
he's he's actually building these huge when males
00:57:15
each of these veins on the when mail is canadian empty
00:57:24
and these mounties allegedly trying to drink a gloss uphold
00:57:28
not right why not go all supported you can see it spilling is going crazy
00:57:33
okay uh_huh so very quickly and what's across this room
00:57:41
is the brooklyn bridge and what should across the brooklyn bridge a porsche and it hits
00:57:48
telephone box knocks it over what steps out
00:57:52
the eiffel tower shoots off like a rocket on lance
00:57:56
the the bubbles through everything are often they chip away at
00:58:01
the coliseum guy picks up the bricks and takes them to
00:58:06
china and what's in the background there now for g. and building
00:58:13
sorry dropped it building the windmills and the veins are
00:58:19
canadian empty and what are they doing drinking walked perfect so
00:58:25
twenty now these awful apparently from what i looked at
00:58:34
okay so
00:58:37
number one is england right now okay so number one obviously is us i
00:58:44
number to be a
00:58:50
free uh_huh
00:58:56
i i i i i
00:59:04
obviously be a chip anyway uh_huh uh_huh
00:59:14
a seven showing now tied with four hundred and ten meetings with
00:59:23
right
00:59:25
seven and nine
00:59:29
no the ones and and you know these are pretty cliche i know but on
00:59:34
the bright from canada and i'm using them empty and the english oh
00:59:39
okay so now that would drink and they also this was two hundred and
00:59:42
eighty seven meetings which was tied with drinking the uh yeah portugal
00:59:49
so again i'm not doing this you you probably don't need to to to
00:59:54
memorised these but i don't know your industry even though was spoken
00:59:58
and i don't know your industry i'm sorry not gonna stand up even tried a few possible it's an act like i do
01:00:03
that's insulting to you but i'm just trying to show you how the chain works which is the foundation of memory systems
01:00:09
if you use the train is just up to you to see how to attract and and how to apply it right
01:00:17
and now out of interest
01:00:23
i um how many people remember the name of the person you introduced to an hour ago
01:00:32
that's pretty good that's most everybody i
01:00:37
had you come into this session an hour ago and this session was nothing to do with memory
01:00:44
and you should cans in exchange names with somebody can try to remember their name an hour later
01:00:50
those numbers would've been reversed roughly twenty percent of you would've put up your hands
01:00:56
the reason those numbers was so flavour ball is that what i'd said to you number one recall
01:01:01
problem socially and professionally is remembering names please introduce
01:01:06
yourself to somebody you immediately said okay
01:01:12
he's gonna test the slider uh_huh okay where i'll show him uh_huh ah
01:01:19
but what you'd get if you did one of five things
01:01:22
that's absolutely essential to remember names and by the way i said is
01:01:26
the number one recall problems so steamed firstly it really is
01:01:29
don't ever underestimate the power of remembrance somebody's nine
01:01:35
you remember somebody's name it shows them that you care about them you forget someone's name space
01:01:40
if i i i i realise as a signal that you don't actually k. right
01:01:48
and there are a couple systems which are share with you about you
01:01:51
did one of five things that's absolutely essential to remembering names
01:01:58
no one will be i know it sounds obvious but the thing is we don't listen
01:02:04
we don't listen when we introduced to somebody specially reintroduce
01:02:08
the two three people with more concerned about ourselves
01:02:12
um i can add to this conversation my gonna be at a get out of it but anything on what
01:02:16
he did they just sit in a most and i'm not what i dunno together i didn't get it
01:02:22
we don't listen running you really need to listen okay 'cause if you don't listen you can't
01:02:29
write it down completely new phone you come put in that that i have nothing works
01:02:35
if you don't hear it so number two if you're taking nothing away
01:02:39
from this part on names and faces and i even though this is like a three hour session that i i
01:02:44
do want on names and faces but i just do this if you do nothing else spell the name
01:02:54
in your head no it doesn't matter if you spell the name
01:02:56
correctly on not it's the conscious active spelling the name
01:03:01
the forces you to do number one it forces you to hear it get
01:03:06
in the habit of spending the nine every time you introduced to some
01:03:12
by the way i've been and i've actually been interested members since i was five
01:03:16
years old i came across a book that showed he had memorised twenty items
01:03:20
and he pulled me away not been interested ever since one of the
01:03:23
room that whole the better and it's full of memory stuff
01:03:27
books c. d.'s going back to the cassette tapes some poke some of
01:03:31
the two which is all in every book that i have pertaining
01:03:36
to remembering names say is get the person to spell the name
01:03:44
really
01:03:46
being come over here i'd like to be my friend bob bob oh i just felt that what he maybe
01:03:55
in your head okay but they don't say it's in you hate
01:04:00
spell the name now if it is an unusual name
01:04:04
right then yes i asked the spelling asked the derivation asked the background right
01:04:13
yeah
01:04:15
use it once or twice initial conversation
01:04:21
don't go crazy uh_huh
01:04:24
uh_huh really uh_huh and then number five
01:04:30
you okay use the name when leaving right
01:04:34
those five things are incredibly powerful is specially
01:04:38
number two spelling the name okay now
01:04:46
in addition to this and this is a whole session but i will try to break it down very very quickly
01:04:52
is
01:04:54
take somebody's name when you introduce them and you changes slightly
01:05:00
to something that sounds like the name it's an image you couldn't do anything as long as associate so you know it doesn't matter
01:05:06
what with memories you have to assign it in a major now i keep saying it but those tools are up so powerful
01:05:12
so you take a name changes slightly said yeah youth becomes self brian becomes line
01:05:19
sorry become silent carmen becomes carrot and long ethnic names can be broken
01:05:25
up into workable chunks once you have the image representing the name
01:05:30
then i use an acronym could face features on the
01:05:34
person accessories like jewel we see is the closing
01:05:39
and he is the exact location that you may you're looking to tide adding image to
01:05:45
any of those in the acronym face the features there excess raise the clothing
01:05:51
all the exact location which are touch on in the middle we tend to
01:05:54
remember where we meet somebody we tend to to actually do that so
01:06:01
if we take one didn't do this just a
01:06:03
few if we take say pool okay features
01:06:10
i now ordinarily we we don't even look at people we don't even look at people
01:06:14
right so you you it's a skill set you gotta start looking at people
01:06:19
practised first don't do it straight away 'cause you be looking at people going ah a big uh what's the matter with you right
01:06:26
so if you look at the whole look at look at his
01:06:33
look at is seen designed it's don't you wanna just went down ah like that right
01:06:42
look at this this is go oh i see the dimple
01:06:48
so now the whole you can change to paul
01:06:53
like a pole vault so loudly actually imagine him always happy to islets
01:06:58
with these policy how you do it all i don't like night last night that
01:07:02
cat back at think i honestly o'connor became relies on all right let surely
01:07:09
i know a stray if she you would visualise doing that without loss and if
01:07:18
and the whole whole over his head silly crazy ridiculous
01:07:22
nonsensical memorable it shouldn't be it stands out
01:07:28
okay but it's a skill set right you practised in newspapers magazines whatever so that's paul
01:07:36
uh_huh uh_huh cloudy and features accessories closing
01:07:44
this golf how that well he yeah see that big at all
01:07:49
cloudy or what could you should turn that into clouds how that big funnel cloud coming out of that oh
01:07:57
right well how about taking the skin off and throw
01:08:02
it up into the clouds i guess whisked away
01:08:07
uh_huh
01:08:10
i use this guy in mice longer sessions and the amount of times of set to somebody what does he look like
01:08:17
his name's all of our uh with these oval hate the city looks like and leave
01:08:24
so i said okay then stick up when the mental
01:08:27
oh well lets the sticker recommend toe right there
01:08:35
like an olive um
01:08:38
ah uh_huh
01:08:44
this is helmet
01:08:46
i'm sorry but helmets here is just a little too neat for me
01:08:51
so i'm gonna mess it up by sticking up big helmet
01:08:56
on his head
01:09:01
mm mm mm mm okay so just quickly right before we get to the other one
01:09:08
does that that paul right is that ah body uh who's that
01:09:16
although huh
01:09:18
who's that that's helmet i could give you another four five six seven eight or nine and you would remember them okay
01:09:26
so now i wanna share with you and this is this is no it's
01:09:30
actually kind of new to my presentations although i've been doing this
01:09:34
for about four or five years i've been do with this system lighter shade you for as long as i can remember
01:09:40
but the last four five he is i've actually been doing something different and it's really really scroll
01:09:48
so hopefully i can explain when you meet somebody okay and you shake hands
01:09:55
if she had the same name as somebody famous or somebody you know
01:10:04
then think of an action
01:10:06
and or an object associated with that famous person
01:10:12
and see this person that you just introduced to interacting with that object or action
01:10:20
so look i if that's a little confusing this is a real live scenario
01:10:26
this was about it was about a month ago usually and i was giving the presentation inaudible canada's capital
01:10:35
and the hotel rubber stain was linked to the the conference centre so
01:10:41
we're going the night before next morning on on the opening keynote
01:10:45
i get in the elevator and as i'm going down it stops on the fifth floor whatever and a guy gets in the elevator
01:10:52
and he has his landed yes is his name tag i didn't have my classes i can see what it was but he says
01:10:59
your blog ready your opening keynote this one i guess in scene might my photo in the
01:11:04
program right someone said yeah how how you don't pleased to meet you he said
01:11:10
right yeah
01:11:12
i think if somebody thing as she is the sign nine now you
01:11:17
cannot give me it will not set but who would you use
01:11:22
roger figure what um what you mall
01:11:26
what you wrap it right any of those would work now i use what your fatter
01:11:32
what's an action or an object associated with roger theatre
01:11:38
tennis racket right so loving so this is the key any these unbelievably powerful i
01:11:45
imagine him he said brought yeah i am a gently put if u. h.
01:11:51
remember action person involvement exaggeration issue tennis racket in his hand
01:11:56
i think she likes that and i imagined in action shot
01:12:00
thing in sight the elevator and people are like
01:12:05
that came with these people with the seller thing now that's all it
01:12:10
literally takes two seconds right so like a thank you note
01:12:16
and at the end um sit down at a table and i'm i'm signing box and there's a line of people
01:12:21
and i can see him isn't that fulfil faith in line coming towards
01:12:25
me and of course he's got his hand over his name tag
01:12:30
honestly might because prostate yeah when i'm at the conference is i have
01:12:34
to remember the names of every single person i say cancer
01:12:38
'cause shows some comes up someone's gonna come up to me cover the name tiger woods known
01:12:44
to los no i the ball an yeah it's the case in it right so
01:12:55
that's in my head
01:12:57
so anyway so they stay up to watch up is is coming towards me and i'm signing
01:13:02
the boats in any comes to these guys had arisen into egos what's my name
01:13:09
so i actually signed the broken out we signed them backwards right so when i heard about it uh
01:13:15
roger and i handed to him this if you don't know the ah said hold it up
01:13:20
to the like that it back with anyhow to compensate happy memories roger
01:13:26
anyone wow it really does work i'd not see the thing
01:13:31
is every single one of us in this room
01:13:36
under that circumstance without putting the tennis racket in
01:13:40
his head every single one of us naturally
01:13:46
which sigh when he comes to which you out that's the guy i met this morning
01:13:51
in the elevator you we will deal but the problem is we stop right there
01:13:58
we don't do any mall all you have to do with one little link we've
01:14:03
already done twenty odd links twenty five links you need one more link
01:14:09
put the tennis racket in his hand he comes to would you you go on as the guy on the in the elevator
01:14:16
tennis racket hey roger how you doing uh_huh try it seriously again i would say they call that
01:14:24
a night you're gonna meet some new people trying her twenty five or twenty five people tend
01:14:33
honestly you will end up having this inventory of names that you instantly
01:14:40
she all right you'd have flames joan peter a famous p. they're all
01:14:45
it could be a neighbour if if you don't know roger
01:14:49
a famous roger but your neighbour name is roger and watches them down and
01:14:54
then that guy in the elevator whatever now balconies how in action
01:14:58
ahead is all over the other they really really powerful
01:15:05
okay uh_huh uh_huh
01:15:11
oh
01:15:12
i'm shamelessly shamelessly going to plug my at here
01:15:18
and i never did i never like any of money to what books and stuff another reason i can plug my hat
01:15:24
is because it's not a revenue generator for me okay i give about
01:15:28
this that said he is an extension of like you know it's
01:15:34
not what this that does is that it's only available what happen right now but i'm really proud of it
01:15:41
it does everything that i've been doing for thirty years and it's even a now
01:15:46
when you meet somebody you can actually type in the nine and the ah search the internet for the photo
01:15:53
so everybody that nine comes up you just touch the screen and then places that photo
01:16:00
in either business or social focus
01:16:04
and then they have subfolders seven social you may have a subfolder of church all
01:16:08
collapsible stock parents or whatever and business you would have subfolders of companies
01:16:14
that you that you deal with so you might go to come you meet six
01:16:18
people and you have to go back there we later two weeks later
01:16:23
with the yeah you have all the things is you open the folder before
01:16:28
you go in your review the face isn't any notes that you've made
01:16:32
and then you can walk in with confidence that you you have the names i know this and that you
01:16:37
study on transferring information from short term to long term memory and this is really important is that
01:16:44
you have to review this something called the reasons you promise effected memory retention actually remember things at the
01:16:50
beginning and the end of any learning because if you'd dip in order the flat line that
01:16:56
you need to review very specific times the first review
01:17:00
is sixty to seventy five minutes what it does is it charges this this this memory battery
01:17:07
by twenty four hours matches second review that charge by week there's a
01:17:12
third review that charge for a month that shuffle with review
01:17:17
and after that the images pretty much faith in it becomes knowledge
01:17:22
every three months now i'll be honest with you i review
01:17:25
sixty to seventy five minutes twenty four hours i stick to die one week two weeks in the and i've
01:17:31
been i've developed the apt to do that so the ah will remind you when to review these people
01:17:39
so was when you're cool unexpectedly and you bump into them because you reviewed them you'll have the night okay
01:17:47
yes only four hundred dollars it's like five bucks or something alright so with that in mind
01:17:58
and i'm a little light right now but i i need to review
01:18:02
you know that you couldn't remember this to morrow i need to review the information we've
01:18:07
gone over so i you know i will in the second would do this first
01:18:13
so quickly and i said to you good and it's
01:18:19
a city this three systems the second system is cool to pick that's the one that i'd i'd learned in
01:18:24
this memorable knows about five six years old and issues than memorising list of information that's that of
01:18:31
remember them in the water you can actually go in and pull them out but
01:18:35
not the seven was the a fine it what was the force country
01:18:39
who was the fifteenth prime minister of your country or whatever one the twenty
01:18:43
a world series you won the f. a. cup in nineteen twenty six
01:18:47
i shuffled wednesday from that i did not sorry product option do that
01:18:55
so that's the pay right now the third system is the single most powerful memory system
01:19:02
ever developed it was developed by an absolute genius in the seventeen
01:19:05
hundreds updated in the eighteen hundred never been improved upon since
01:19:11
yeah it ninety nine point nine percent was population has no
01:19:14
idea about this system absolutely should be taught in schools
01:19:18
it's a closely guarded secret by the magic community and outside of that community and
01:19:24
people that are passionate about memory outside of those two groups nobody knows
01:19:29
this is in thirty years of doing this i've only ever had one person put up their
01:19:33
hands say i know the phonetic index and it was actually i'm an amateur magician
01:19:40
i could not give you the areas in the populations of these countries what
01:19:45
this three thousand digits between afghanistan and zimbabwe absolutely could not do that
01:19:53
without the phonetic indexes three hundred year old system for memorising numbers i could also not do this
01:20:00
so does anybody here know for sure what they the week they would porno now if you don't want anyone
01:20:06
to calculate how wall to wall please don't put up right 'cause i'm going to war speed here
01:20:12
please don't tell me what it is what i ask is that somebody knows we shot menu
01:20:17
the first part right hand right page again with the hip place yes you yeah
01:20:23
nineteen
01:20:25
ninety eight uh nineteen eighty
01:20:30
ah
01:20:33
it's ah that's a leap here you know that
01:20:37
uh_huh uh_huh
01:20:39
was the month huh
01:20:42
march uh_huh
01:20:44
uh_huh
01:20:45
uh_huh could you turn away or just look down so you can't see where money
01:20:49
can you give me the date the twelfth the knife the fifteenth or whatever
01:20:55
seventeen hum hum hum hum one second without looking up please
01:21:05
uh
01:21:11
it's uh
01:21:16
lee yeah there we go one day less and
01:21:23
in a loud voice could you tell me what what they that we bought seventeenth nineteen eighty felon
01:21:31
one i uh uh like yes one o. seven no not somebody off
01:21:40
yes ma'am could even here
01:21:43
nineteen eighty five uh well i got on the were older than anyone
01:21:50
nineteen eighty five
01:21:54
for that um
01:21:57
what was the man huh
01:21:59
okay could you look away please come and the date
01:22:05
sorry
01:22:07
thirty first uh_huh uh_huh uh_huh
01:22:15
one second please
01:22:19
uh_huh uh
01:22:21
uh_huh
01:22:25
in a loud voice march thirty first nineteen eighty five what they the week
01:22:30
something yeah and it was raining
01:22:34
somewhere
01:22:37
but ah if you're interested but boxers you had to do that to the two thousand twenty um
01:22:44
window but uh thank you actually um if you're interested i would gladly send you the chapter
01:22:52
on in my book on the phonetic index if you just if you just leave it caught now
01:22:59
i'm not gonna if you want to sign up for my brain i i sent is good and then when it send it out
01:23:06
i know every month that try to send out every month but what's it like to take some
01:23:10
minutes since after the video i don't sell anything that just i send it out okay
01:23:17
um and if you if you wanna send you the phonetic index uh put on that you can try the brain that the the men women
01:23:24
it if you don't like it then you just unsubscribe okay that's that would just be built might place up to about twelve people
01:23:35
i'm also my work is that you would know if if you know if you're interested in workshops whatever just
01:23:41
put the next analogy if you know somebody you think might be interested in austin do that information so
01:23:47
also i put up a link chain face broken if you wanna continue the conversation on twin or whatever i'll put those up
01:23:52
at the end so going back to the review of which i'm a bit late we need to review this information
01:24:00
so in the planets we had we started with the sun
01:24:05
closes applied to the sound was lean against the sun
01:24:08
right mercury it shattered who picked up in the in this arctic rawson landed
01:24:15
in the or what came out a moslem smashed into the boss
01:24:20
jupiter its place and across the side of the g. the led is
01:24:28
and then jumping up and down yeah pluto okay
01:24:34
zoom in across here us after that was
01:24:41
germany smashed into u. k. stepped out for on
01:24:46
us zoom and spain uh_huh chipped away
01:24:53
it really hit the bricks to
01:24:55
china also a j. peg netherlands and
01:25:02
canada also with portugal and who
01:25:08
is that ah what ah ah i i sliced
01:25:14
her operates look at their what's up yeah
01:25:18
or is that ah
01:25:21
where is that ah yeah and who's that how and who is
01:25:29
um but with a
01:25:32
thank you so much you folks of enough for the one
01:25:44
hi
01:25:47
so i'm around for the next day or two so if
01:25:51
i'm really approachable if you have any questions whatsoever
01:25:54
please just come up and say but i've no idea what you're talking about with this or whatever okay thank you

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