In 1988, David Berglas wrote a book explaining his memory techniques. The book has been out of print for many years, but recently we found a small batch of them! They will never be printed, so for a short time only, this is your opportunity to get your hands on David’s famous memory system.

You’ll be impressed by the immediate affect of the simple techniques Berglas has devised for remembering names, faces, numbers and complex information. His method is unique while the psychological theory on which it is based is centuries old. This book is illustrated with photographs and drawings.

PART ONE by Guy Lyon Playfair
The Kennedy Effect
The Behaviour of Memory
A Helpful Ostrich

PART TWO by David Berglas
Motivation and Programming
Seeing and Remembering
Sight and Sound
The Chain System
Remembering Intangibles
The Peg System
Key Words
The Figure Alphabet
Names and Faces
Facts and Figures
The Basic Rules of Memory
A Question of Memory Appendix

This Limited Edition book contains a beautiful book plate hand signed by David Berglas.


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