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Guinness Record Holder Nishant Kasibhatla used to have a bad memory, until he learned these tricks about learning itself. ✪ Master of Memory Shares Brain ...

 

 

 

 

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raise your hand if you think you have a fantastic memory raise your hands if you think you have a bad memory ah a lot more hands going up right now here's the goodness it really doesn't matter whether you think you have a good memory or not it's a fact that you can train your brain to remember better to learn faster and to achieve mastery in anything you want in your life but it's true that I broke a Guinness record in memory it's just also true that many years ago I used to hold a world record in forgetting and the good news is anyone can train their memory anyone can become a fast learner because today I'm going to show you my formula of how you can learn anything and master anything in a fun easy manner now one of my records is I memorized a number consisting of 1944 digits I memorised a deck of playing cards in less than two minutes I also memorize a deck of seven decks of playing cards in 60 minutes so for those of you are thinking of taking me to the casino I'm available we can talk about the negotiation later on if you learn faster you will stand out from everyone else if you learn faster you can go from underpaid to Opie your learning ability decides your earning capacity many years ago I used to hold a world record in forgetting it's not official if you ask my mom and dad they'll tell you I had a lousy memory in fact I still remember one of those days spend my 15 years old.i my mom asked me to buy something from the shop I got onto my bicycle we went to the shop parked my bicycle went into the shop and as I was going into the shop I totally forgot I went there on a bicycle walked out of the shop and started walking back home and the most embarrassing thing was I realized I left my bicycle only the next day now for those of you wondering what happened to the bicycle well you guessed it I lost him so I had a lousy memory I went from a person with a lousy memory to breaking a Guinness record these are some famous people so what is among all these people all these people are masters at their game and all this is to wonder you know what is it that makes these people very very successful the secret of success all these little people who are passionate they have clear goals there they have a good purpose there are hardworking they're committed they're confident but one thing that many people miss out is they all have committed to lifelong learning you name any person who has achieved extraordinary levels of success I can tell you that this person has committed to lifelong learning they keep on learning new things on a regular basis I'd like to show you something really interesting here which actually demonstrates to you what you can do with your train your brain now our requests are any five of you all you need to do is to write s six on the table fine write a six digit number on this flip chart write a little big so everyone the audience can see so one line a six digit number so I I'm going to go behind the flipchart so because I'm not going to look at these numbers for the next few minutes alright so if everything went well you should be having a 30 digit number on the flip chart is that correct okay bigger the FERPA so everyone thank you very much and please have a seat have a seat okay now what's going to happen is I'm going to stand behind the flipchart an angel' if you don't mind can you please call these numbers to me out loud one by one yes sir go ahead right right right right right right right so thank you very much no plans for Angelo here perfect thank you so what's going to happen is I'll try to recall these numbers from my memory and let's see how it goes in the backward sequence challenging myself who knows four three five two six one five nine two eight nine one three seven seven zero not yet three zero two three seven six eight four it's zero two one seven seven seven so the question is how do you not it all starts with input now most people they just focus way too much on input they go to seminars they read books they watch videos they listen to podcasts they follow blogs its input input input input and more input so there's nothing wrong with learning the problem is if you have too much of input with no output what happens is you have shallow learning what we want is not shallow learning well how many of you had this experience where you know some of your friends come to you and say hey read this book and then you go yeah what do you learn from this book and then they go it's a good book it's a good book it's a very good book you know we don't want shallow learning we want deep learning and how do you do that for true mastery you need to focus more on the output rather than the input when you learn something if you don't use it if you don't output it you lose it and here's my formula of how you can be a master at anything the first things of course learn which is what you're already doing now the interesting thing is when you are learning you must ensure that the quality of input is really really high you must be paying 100% attention but the problem is when people are learning these days what do they do they do multitasking because of what because the devices that you're actually holding right now because of the phones that we have people do multitask and just imagine you and you're reading a book when you're watching a video you have your phone nearby and while you're reading while you're learning while you're understanding and the phone message goes off there's a notification goes off what do you do of course you attend to it when you attend to it what happened what you just did you killed your momentum your quality of input determines the quality of retention how well and how long can you remember nation it also affects the quality of recall that's the reason why my suggestion is if you are learning something at least for the time you're learning you should be doing not multitasking but the exact opposite of it which is single tasks do one thing at one time especially when it comes to learning stay away from distractions pay 100% attention and then you'll be well on your way to mastering the second thing is of course is reflect now many people are interested earn new things which is good but the problem is you don't you also need to reflect what I mean by that after you learn something pause for a while and ask yourself hey what's the take away from this thing and how can I use this information in my life how can I use information in my work in my family when you pause when you reflect when you ask these questions that's how learning solidifies and after reflect the next step is implement and this is where the magic happens and unfortunately many people miss out on this thing what they do is they go on learning new things they get excited and they feel good they feel inspired and they go to learn something new you just missed her but the problem is if you get into the habit of just learning without implementation you know what you get you get illusion of competence you feel you've learnt it you feel you're competent but it's not confidence at all because you have an implementer so my suggestion is when you are learning something stop write down what are the few things I can take action on schedule it in the calendar and take some action and of course last step is share raise your hand if you heard this thing before the best way to learn something is to teach it you learn something just output it just share it other people now if you don't know if you don't want to teach if you just share it you could just discuss it but what happens is when you share things all the people what you're doing is you're helping your brain to pay more attention I have not seen anyone who became a master at something just by doing the input they all became masters by doing the input and more of the output if you're spending X amount of time on input my solution is at least spend to X amount of time on and if you're not spending more time and input in output that's not a good thing now come back to the numbers I memorize I'm just I know you're wondering how I memorize these numbers no for that I have a simple system it's called visualization and Association so what I do is I have pre assigned visuals for every two-digit number so what I did was I tried to you know convert those into the number visuals that I already have and I use Association to link them up together now if you're wondering nation how do you do so fast that is where implementation comes when you practice when you implement it that's how you become natural master then when you do that you are well on your way to be a master at achieving anything you want here's a goodness it really doesn't matter whether you think you have a good memory or not it's a fact that you can train your brain to remember better to learn faster and to achieve mastery in anything you like what's the point of learning something if you can't implement it and benefit from this that is pure intellectual entertainment nothing else

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