How to Master Your Mind and Memory with Anthony Metivier (Part Two) - 159
There are some obvious benefits to improving your memory, whether you’re a speaker, or you need to use speaking as part of your job or to grow your business. Benefits such as remembering your content, people’s names, or complex information to name but a few.
BUT besides these valuable advantages that improving your memory brings, there are other positives that make it a compelling goal to master your mind and memory.
That’s why I am so pleased to have Dr. Anthony Metivier as a guest on this two-part show.
Anthony is an experienced memory expert, author, professor and memory improvement teacher, and is known as a bit of a rebel in the world of mnemonics, because of the different approach he advocates.
Since confronting his own negative beliefs about his memory, and seeing the amazing results he achieved, he has taught thousands of students how to achieve incredible results too.
What you’ll discover:
- The difference between encoding and decoding in relation to memory, and why you should try and exercise all your different types of memory.
- What aphantasia is and why Anthony thinks it’s a myth that causes a lot of unnecessary suffering.
- Why you shouldn’t be afraid to share your opinions, and the benefits of being polarizing to grow your audience.
- Why it’s important to know a bit of the science behind how memory methods work.
- Memory Palaces and how you can use them to improve your long term memory for learning languages and many other things.
- Anthony’s three tips for helping you remember your talk.
- How Anthony used his memory methods to remember his TEDx.
- How speaking fits into Anthony’s business model.
- Why changing the way he prepared for his talks helped Anthony’s reach and impact.
All things Anthony:
Youtube: Anthony Metivier's YouTube Channel
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