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LYM Daily

Anyone Can Develop a Photographic Memory. Here’s How to Create Yours…

In honor of World Photography Day, I’m sharing how to develop a photographic memory.

I know that’s not REAL photography but hey… I love wordplay!

There’s a simple technique that — with practice — will help you retrieve information from your mind just like that.

It’s called a memory palace.

Say you want to remember your shopping list. You have bread, eggs, glue and pet food on the list.

First, pick your memory palace or location. I recommend choosing your home.

Now, imagine walking through your house on a specific route. Start at the door, go into the living room, then kitchen and so on.

Now, match items on your shopping list to a specific “storage spot” along your route.

Bread by the door. Eggs on your living room couch. Glue in the kitchen. Pet food on your bed.

When you get to the grocery store, visualize your “memory palace” and you’ll recall the entire shopping list in an instant!

Where can you use a “palace” to uplevel your memory?  

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About the Author Marisa Murgatroyd

Marisa is the founder of Live Your Message, where she turns entrepreneurs into Online Superheroes, and the creator of Start With You where she helps people just like you to discover the business they're meant to build, not just the business they can build. At 4’11 and a quarter, she’s called the shortest woman in marketing — and that doesn’t stop her from having huge ideas. She’s the “go to” brand builder for industry luminaries and heavyweights such as Justin Livingston, Callan Rush, Danny Iny, Alexis Neely and Susan Peirce Thompson. Marisa helps entrepreneurs create a business that is authentic and aligned with who they are, to empower them to turn up the dial on their “inner superhero”, so they can be the superhero to their tribe, as well as in their own lives.

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