You can improve your memory! By a lot! Learn how from the Memory World Record Holder and Neuroscientist Dr. Boris Nikolai Konrad
Dr. Boris Nikolai Konrad does not only research superior memory, he has one himself. The neuroscientist investigates the neuronal basis of memory training at the Donders Institute in Nijmegen and is a multiple times memory World Record holder, winner of the TV show ‘The Brain’ in Germany and also known from ‘Wedden Dat Ik Het kan’ (SBS 6).
In this course he will share all the techniques that make such performances possible and explain the neuroscience of superior memory.
Remembering names, numbers and presentations easily - anyone who can do this has a clear advantage. In this course you will learn how to remember names, how to give presentations and speeches without notes and how to easily store facts, information and definitions in your head. You will also learn what you need to do to remember something permanently and how to directly target your long-term memory.
The focus is always on the practical application. There will be many exercises, because the goal is that at the end of this course you will experience and appreciate your than great memory. And know will know how to apply the methods learned!
When memory artists bewilder their audience, hardly anyone knows that these skills are based on techniques that are thousands of years old. They can be learned in reasonably short time with expert instruction. What is used in memory sports can also be used for typical challenges in professional and daily life.
Memory trainer and neuroscientist Dr. Boris Nikolai Konrad has himself set different memory world records. In 2015 he broke his own world record by remembering 215 names to the matching in just 15 minutes. He also had set record for memorizing numbers, words, capital cities and birth dates.
This course contains all the methods as well as numerous practical examples which enables him to do this and will enable you to do the same. The most important message from the memory expert is: "A good memory is an ability that can be learned! Everyone can massively improve his or her own memory!"
What do you get and how to consume it?
You will be able to watch over 6 hours of video (see curriculum below) on the different memory techniques, from basic to very advanced. You will be able to download summaries in English and Dutch as well as detailed training plans. Additionally, if you like, you can join our closed students group on Facebook to discuss and share your progress with fellow students. In case of any questions you can also send an email any time and one of your instructors will get back to you asap.
The prices for the different packages as well as the early bird offer are listed below. However: Please do not buy this course if you can not spend some time on it. There is a little financial investment to buy it but it only works if you are also willing to invest some time. How much?
Well, that will depend a bit on your learning speed. You will receive above 6 hours of video course, out of which some parts are advanced or bonus material you do not necessarily need to follow to improve your memory a lot. However, just watching the videos will not do the deal. In my experience spending a couple of minutes a day or a few times a week over a couple of weeks will bring you leaps forward. In our research for example participants trained for six weeks at home, up to 30 minutes per day after an initial instruction day that you can compare to watching the videos. Six weeks, 30 minutes per day is no requirement. 12 weeks of 30 minutes every other day or a bit less will give you the same outcome.
In summary - I do not have a magic pill. This is a real course, based on science and over 15 years of experience I have as memory athlete and trainer. It comes with techniques that need some training but lead to very real and great results!
My guarantee: If you put in the training for 30 days and did not already achieve more than you expected, you can get a 100% full refund!
Boris Nikolai Konrad is a neuroscientist at Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour in Nijmegen. He is also a World Memory Team Champion, 4x Guinness World Record holder for memory and works internationally as keynote speaker, memory trainer and author.