Course Description

Some of the methods here are new and exclusive, invented by Anna and Lev Goldentouch specifically for the people who need to memorize complex dense materials.

This course focuses only on memory, yet it covers all relevant aspects including long term memorization which is radically different from short-term methodologies we provide in more basic classes. Here we cover all the memory techniques you should need.

Triple (or more!) your memory skills by learning a vast range of effective memory techniques. Focus not just on short-term memory effects, but also on long-term retention techniques. Exclusive methods you will not find anywhere else. 

Senior Instructor

Lev Goldentouch

Dr. Lev Goldentouch, Lifehacker and technology guru.Dr Lev Gold finished PhD in machine learning and information theory when he was 27 years old. Understanding of similarity of machine learning and human super-learning allowed Lev to learn immense amounts of knowledge in many technological and cognitive subjects. Immediately afterwards Lev opened a consulting company, which offers its services to highly skilled individuals, agile startups and technological giants like Samsung. The super-learning tools developed by Lev allow ordinary people to learn x10 speed of their colleagues, and enable machines to solve extremely complex problems. Lev is an active lifehacker, constantly looking for new and better ways to do things, and willing to share his unique knowledge and experience with others.

Course curriculum

  • 2

    Creating a Memorable Visualization

    • Examples of useful visualizations

    • What is a memorable visualization?

    • Visualization for texts

    • Relax and visualize

    • Visualization of dictionaries

    • Image search method for creating visualizations

    • Etymology method for creating visualizations

    • Adding details to visualization

    • The most useful visualization: PAO (Person-Action-Object)

    • Training basic visualization - from the book

    • Training eidetic memory - from the book

    • Exercises

  • 3

    Compound visualizations

    • Compound markers

    • Animating the visualization

    • Dual coding

    • Anchoring

    • Logical visualizations and schemes

    • Sources of mental imagery

    • Visualizing numerical data

    • Using the visualizations

    • Exercises

  • 4

    Simple memory structures

    • Simple memory structures

    • Memory structures - from the book

    • Memory training

  • 5

    Massive memory palaces

  • 6

    An advanced mindmapping technique

    • Mindmaps you can manipulate

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    • Start with a seed

    • Grow a trunk

    • Branch out

    • Flourish the canopy with leaves

    • Develop strong roots

    • Navigate the tree

    • Decorate with toys

    • Grafting

    • Templates and ghost trees

    • Mind forests and maintenance

    • Summary of the advanced mindmapping

    • Training mindmaps

  • 7

    Audio mnemonics and storytelling

  • 8

    Languages and immersion

    • Natural language learning environment

    • 5 tips for instant progress

    • The first three steps to learn a language

    • What does a proper vocabulary look like?

    • Generate context

    • Immersion 101

    • Taste for the culture

    • Decomposition skills

    • Etymology method for foreign languages

    • Ontology method

    • Learning multiple languages and dialects

    • Optimize your learning experience

    • Language learning schedule

  • 9

    Annotations and taking notes

  • 10

    Immersive knowledge build-up

  • 11

    SECTION 8 - Markers

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 1 - How Recall Works

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 2 - Autobiographical Visual Markers

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 3 - Keywords As Markers

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 4 - Midpoint Marker

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 5 - Anchor Markers

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 6 - Switching Contexts

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 7 - Pop Culture References

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 8 - Procedural Markers And Intuition

    • SECTION 8 LESSON 9 - Thinking About Markers

  • 12

    SECTION 9 - Big History

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 1 - Why Do We Need History

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 2 - Thematic Lines

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 3 - Coexisting Events

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 4 - Role Models

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 5 - Critical Resources

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 6 - Man Moment Machine

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 7 - Long Cycles

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 8 - Cautionary Tales

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 9 - Fractal Indicators

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 10 - Military Technology

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 10 PART 2 - Art

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 11 - Greatest Empire

    • SECTION 9 LESSON 12 - Tech Before We Were Ready

  • 13

    SECTION 10 - Chunking

    • SECTION 10 LESSON 1 - Chunking

    • SECTION 10 LESSON 2 - Optimal Size

    • SECTION 10 LESSON 3 - Heterogeneous Chunking

    • SECTION 10 LESSON 4 - Details Vs Attributes

    • SECTION 10 LESSON 5 - The Dangers Of Chunking

    • SECTION 10 LESSON 6 - Reorganize And Refactor

    • SECTION 10 LESSON 7 - Group Operations

    • SECTION 10 LESSON 8 - Mental Math Cache

  • 14

    SECTION 11 - Mental Cabinets

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 1 - Redecorating Your Palace

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 2 - Dense Storage Structures

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 3 - Mental Tapestry

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 4 - Mental Windows

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 5 - Curio Cabinet

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 6 - Specimen Cabinet

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 7 - Mental Wardrobe

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 8 - Index Cabinet

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 9 - Mental Burau

    • SECTION 11 LESSON 10 - Specimen Table

  • 15

    SECTION 12 - Mapping Through Mental Cities

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 1 - Mental Cities And Their Maps

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 2 - Transportation Maps

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 3 - Visualize A Procedure

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 4 - Associative Line

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 5 - View From Above

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 6 - Supply And Drainage

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 7 - Massive Mindmap Storage

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 8 - Travel Maps

    • SECTION 12 LESSON 9 - Map Of Highlights

  • 16

    SECTION 13 - Action Items And Numbers

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 1 -So You Had A Meeting

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 2 - Not A List Of Subjects Discussed

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 3 - Recall Markers Provided By Presenter

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 4 -Doodle Recall Marker

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 5 - Memorable Visualizations For Slides

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 6 - Remember Numbers Without PAO

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 7 - Visualizing Time

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 8 - Compress To 5

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 9 - Constants And Templates

    • SECTION 13 LESSON 10 - Being Prepared Vs Improvising

  • 17

    SECTION 14 - Birds Eye View

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 1 - Dual Coding

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 2 - No Mindless Actions

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 3 - Active Use

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 4 - Five Words Per Visualization

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 5 - Use Advance Memory Structures

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 6 - Each Memory Is Specific

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 7 - Practice Or Forget

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 8 - Use Notes For Backup

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 9 - Associations For Creativity

    • SECTION 14 LESSON 10 - Fast Recall For Debates

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