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The TEDx Users Guide to Dr Caroline Leaf

On the 4th of February 2015, Dr Caroline Leaf gave her debut TED presentation, at TEDx Oakes Christian School, California.

Most TED watchers wouldn’t have heard of her before, but Caroline Leaf is a well-known name in western Christendom. 3,726 more words


Coursework - Square Mile - Planning and Preparation

In my earlier post, entitled ‘Initial Thoughts’, I commented that I had taken longer than normal to consider the remit of this assignment – and to resist that usual ‘urge’ to rush out and capture a memory card full of random images …. 392 more words

JH Engstrom

Are You Walking Back to Happiness?

Three times in recent days the benefits of walking have been presented to me and as I believe in the power of three*, this prompted me into sharing these benefits with you. 298 more words

Why everyone should have a "One to Ten" set (Part 2) - Memory combo: Re-use and renovate.

Why everyone should have a “One to Ten” set (Part 2) : Memory combo: Re-use and renovate.

There aren’t enough peg in the world for you to hook all of the information you want memorized. 338 more words


Why everyone should have a "One to Ten" set (Part 1) - Introduction and fundamental

Why everyone should have a “One to Ten” set (Part 1):
Introducing “1 to 10″, the fundament of mnemotechnic

You will need:
1) a permanent and non-changing set of images representing numbers from one to ten. 556 more words


Line and Memory - Harriet Edwards

We started this lecture looking at the cave paintings of Chauvet in France and El Castillo in Spain, as well as some abstract cave paintings from South Africa. 507 more words


Tony Buzan's Mind Map

I remember Tony Buzan from Joshua Foer’s “Moonwalking with Einstein”, which introduce him as one of the pioneer in promoting the palace.

Looking to expand my memorization arsenal, I decide to start reading books on the topic, and what better place to start with than that colorful book on the MPH shelf by the author that I recognize and a book title that were world-known? 535 more words