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Unlimited Memory Summary Kevin Horsley

Unlimited Memory: How to Use Advanced Learning Strategies to Learn Faster, Remember More and be More Productive by [Kevin Horsley]

Unlimited Memory Summary Kevin Horsley

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“Memory is a way of holding onto the things you love, the things you are, the things you never

want to lose.”  

Chapter 1. Introduction

What would your life be like if you could learn and remember information easily, quickly, and

effectively? Think about it.  

“The best advice I ever came across on the subject of concentration is: Wherever you are, be

There.” ~ Jim Rohn  

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Chapter 2. Excuse me

“You cannot fly with the eagles if you continue to scratch with the turkeys.”

~ Zig Ziglar  

The only things that are keeping you from getting what you want in your life are the excuses you keep telling yourself. Who would you be without your excuses? Think about it.  

When you excuse yourself from learning something new, you block your focus and your

energy. Always remember that where your attention goes, your energy flows.  

If you believe your limits, your life will be very limited  

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Chapter 3. Never believe a lie

“The mind is the limit. As long as the mind can envision the fact that you can do something, you

can do it – as long as you believe 100 percent.”

~ Arnold Schwarzenegger  

A belief is a sense of being certain and what you believe, you become.

Your beliefs are only the stories that you have accepted to be true about yourself… just decide

to change the stories. Spenser Lord said, “Beliefs are not tattoos, they are just like clothes – you can put them on and take them off at will.” 

“If you don’t like how things are, change it! You’re not a tree.”  

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Chapter 4. Be here now

“Concentrate all your thoughts on the to a focus.”

~ Alexander Graham Bell  

Start to catch yourself doing more things right.  

Stop Multitasking…

Stop overwhelming yourself by continually changing the channels of your mind. Sharpen up your intellect by returning to the habit of doing one thing at a time. 

Your deficits of attention are mostly interest deficits.

Your mind never wanders away; it only moves towards more interesting things.  


“There are no uninteresting things, only uninterested people.” So get interested!  

Concentration is about learning how to stay centered. When you concentrate your power, you can achieve anything.  

Imagine one day you woke up and you didn’t have to worry. What would you feel like? You would be peaceful; there would be no thoughts moving through your mind. No thoughts sending stress

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Chapter 5. Bring information to life

“Your mind is the greatest home entertainment centre ever created.”

You can learn to enhance your memory imagination system by making your mind movies exciting and sticky. The way to do this is with the ‘SEE’ principle  

Use your S – Senses:  

Our senses help us mentally recreate our world.  

E – Exaggeration: 

Exaggerate with Humor; tickle your mind  

E – Energize: give your pictures action.  

Make your information vivid, colorful  

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Chapter 6. Use your car to remember

“Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely

simple, that’s creativity.”  

The secret to accelerated learning is superior organization.  

Chapter 7. Use your body to remember

“Most of us have been taught to think that we are either intelligent or we are not. But the

definitions of intelligence we learned at school were built around the specific types of intelligence that are most valued at school – verbal intelligence and numerical intelligence.”  

The Body Method. It is similar to The Car Method, but this time we are using parts of our body to store the new information. 

Chapter 8. Pegging information down

“The existence of forgetting has never been proved: We only know that some things don’t come to mind when we want them.”  

The rhyming pegs.

The pegs act in much the same way as clothes pegs. 

They keep information hanging around in your mind.  

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Chapter 9. In the first place

“Whatever you think about, that’s what you remember. Memory is the residue of thought.”

Here is how it works:

1) Prepare in your mind an organized location (e.g. a house layout, a journey or a shopping centre.)

2) Create markers or places on this location, same as what we did with the body and car list (in an

easy-to-follow order.)

3) Make a clear image (using the SEE principles) of the information that you would like to remember.

4) Place each item you are trying to remember on each of the marked locations.  

Chapter 10. Linking thoughts

“No memory is ever alone; it’s at the end of a trail of memories, a dozen trails that each have their own associations.”  

I often hear people say, “Oh, do you learn by association?” The answer to that is we only learn by association. Learning is connecting new information to old information, it doesn’t happen any other way. It is creating a relationship between the known and the unknown – and the more you know, the easier it is to connect more information and get to know more.  

Chapter 11. Remembering names

“Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.  

You can imagine writing their name on their forehead. Make sure you use a big fat red mental pen. It is all about creativity. If you create their name in your mind, you will remember the name with as much ease as you remember the face.  

Chapter 12. Remembering numbers

“Group a list of letters together and you have a word that represents something – an image, an

emotion, a person. Throw a few numbers together and you have, well, you have another number.”  

Chapter 13. Art in memory

“Interest level is measured by how much you remember.”

~ Philip A. Bossert  

Chapter 14. Using the methods

“Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is a natural consequence of consistently

applying basic fundamentals.”

~ Jim Rohn  

Imagine the roots laughing and intelligent people (you can imagine Einstein) are sitting at the base of the tree. Imagine children hugging the trunk of the tree (affection of children), and on the branches you can imagine a nest (honest) full of critics. You will notice that we have connected the first few key words to your system, and with a bit of repetition you will have it all in place.  

You can design your presentation with this FLOOR principle in mind. In a presentation we tend to remember:

F – First things

L – Last things

O – Outstanding information

O – Own links

R – Repeated information  

All the ‘A’ students that I have ever interviewed prepare and plan their learning. They do little bits over time and don’t stress before the exam, because all the hard work has already been done. 

All the ‘F’ students overdose on energy drinks the night before and stress their way through the information hoping it will stick for the exam. So break your learning down and master the material over time.  

Chapter 15. Self-discipline

“We all love to win but how many people love to train?”


~ Mark Spitz (7 Gold medals in the 1972 Olympics)  

Selfdiscipline is not self-deprivation. It is about raising your standards and going for and being more.  

It is not that your goals are physically impossible; it is more that you lack the self-discipline to stick to them.

Your inner vision and your energy are connected. If you wake up in the morning and focus on all the

bad things that could possibly happen in a day, your energy level will be low. 

If you wake up and imagine all the exciting possibilities, and focus on all the great things that you get to do, your energy level lifts. Where your attention goes, your energy flows.  

Always ask yourself, “How badly do I want it?” If you really, really want it, you

will create a strong vision and you will have the self-discipline to do it  

For anything to happen in your life you have to schedule it. Decide to make it part of your routine.  

“Self-discipline is the ability to make yourself do what you should do, when

you should do it, whether you feel like it or not.” 

If you want to develop a habit then the only way to achieve this is by doing something daily.

The only way you get good at anything is through self-discipline; remember life only rewards action!  

Chapter 16. Review to renew

“You know as well as I do that it is entirely wrong to assume that any subject matter which we

once learned and mastered will remain our mental property forever.”

~ Bruno Furst  

The perfect way to learn is to make lots of firsts and lasts by having lots of breaks, make your

information outstanding, make your own links (using memory methods) and then you review it to keep t ready in your mind for new learning.  

“If you’re hoping to harvest a life of great deeds, remember you first have to plant some great

seeds.”

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~ Denis Waitley  

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