Bulletproof Memory: The Ultimate Hacks To Unlock Hidden Powers of Mind and Memory (Unlimited Memory Book 1)

Bulletproof Memory: The Ultimate Hacks To Unlock Hidden Powers of Mind and Memory (Unlimited Memory Book 1)


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Bulletproof Memory: The Ultimate Hacks To Unlock Hidden Powers of Mind and Memory

Utilize the power of your brain by knowing the facts about your mind and memory system. By doing so, you can become more imaginative and more efficient at whatever it is you choose to do. Understand the tricks that your mind plays to help you remember figures and data, discover what it actually is that allows you to remember things, and what stops you from forgetting the details of your own life.


Dear friend,
The list of successful people with powerful memories is long and varied and includes such famous figures as George Washington (who was reportedly able to call every soldier under his command by name), Franklin D. Roosevelt, General Charles de Gaulle and General George Marshall.

Here are the things You Will Learn

1. We can help you study effectively.

Are you sick of bad grades? Tired of struggling through your exams? Do you notice that even when you do study hard for a test, you still do badly? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

We know what it’s like and we understand your frustration. The feeling that you don’t have enough time to study everything you need to, that there’s just too much information to learn. It’s difficult, time consuming, and stressful.

2. We can unlock your inner-genius.

So how does it work? The BulletProof Method combines the most powerful memory systems with the most effective study techniques. Together, these systems integrate the left (logical) and right (visual) sides of the brain.

Once you’ve developed the ability to use both sides of your brain together an amazing thing will happen: you will be able to remember an enormous amount of information and, at the same time, you will develop superb memory recall.

Check out what you will learn.

Chapter 1: An Overview of Memory
Chapter 2: Real Ways of Improving Mind Capability
Chapter 3: Mind & Memory Control
Chapter 4: Mind Sharpening Procedures
Chapter 5: Remembering Names with Ease
Chapter 6: How to Prepare Your Mind for an Exam
Chapter 7: Bulletproof Memory Hacks
Chapter 8: Powerful memory techniques
Chapter 9- Using phonetic number system and learning numbers
Chapter 10: Focusing exercises for better focus and concentration
Chapter 11: Foods good for brain
The Bulletproof Memory Method

So how would you like to...

✔ Improve your performance while studying / working less!
✔ Never forget the name of anyone you meet!
✔ Create mental, running lists consisting of hundreds to thousands of items without missing a single one!
✔ Remember everything you read, hear or see!

So what are you waiting for.

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    Bulletproof Memory: The Ultimate Hacks To Unlock Hidden Powers of Mind and Memory (Unlimited Memory Book 1) Reviews

  • Kristina Moses

    This guy really needs a better editor -_-; here's just one sample that made me laugh: "Spinach is a superb food and tests have shown that it is really vital for our brain and helps to improve memory. ...

  • Robert L Nicholls

    Is this a joke?Its hard really start know to where book this with to. This is an unedited, grammatically appalling, apostrophe abusing, misspelled, randomly Capitalized, mixed tense load of absolute r...

  • Gerald A. Goley

    UnreadableI gave this book one star because a star rating is required. There may be some good information within "Bulletproof Memory," but the writing is atrocious. I could not read more than a few pa...

  • Anantha Narayanan

    poorly written book. have only claims attached that the result is assured. not worth the time to even read.lot of mistakes in english, hastily written...

  • Cherye Elliott

    HmmmmDid it work? I don't know. Part of it, the speed reading reminded me of the Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics in the early 70's. But, the guy had some good points. Read the book and write a review to ...

  • Atul Patare

    Great techniques, It has number of memory improving techniques which I used and I am pretty sure it must have helped in some way as I used them from my school days. I recommend everyone to read it and...

  • Michael Miller

    Lousy book packed with grammatical errors and no clear explanation of anything - and Ive read plenty of good books on memory. Try anything by Harry Lorayne. How this got any rating above a single star...

  • Hari

    AwesomeIt helps us to control our brain and memory. fantastic book by Marc Collingwood i am suggest you to read this book .very superb...

  • Harshad Katre

    Good bookThe bulletproof memory recalling methods are effective if followed rigorously. Will be more useful if the methods are adopted since childhood....

  • Ajay

    Good bookThis book helps us understand the concept of neural networking. Which in short is the more information you accumulate of the better the chance of long term memory....