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YOUR MEMORY MATTERS
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WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
I think the Memory Tune course is brilliant.
The material has been carefully thought through providing a balance of information, stimulation and user-friendliness. As I have learned and practiced what I can do to help me remember names, appointments etc., I have found myself with a new general feeling of alertness. ‘Memory Tunes’ is life-enriching!
As a Senior Model, I am often called upon to memorize scripts for commercials and your work has so enriched my abilities and provided me with much more confidence when I get before the cameras. I also come from a long line of women who are known for their “forgetfulness” and I have learned the secrets as to just why this is so from reading the lessons you have provided for me.
I think focus-connect-rehearse says it all for me. I met a man a few days ago and he was actually admiring my bike. We ended up chatting and he told me his wife was Sue and he was Neil. Bingo!
The Memory Tune™ course makes me aware of USE IT OR LOSE IT. I take Seven Second Memory on the train or bus some days as well. Thank you for your efforts on my behalf. I was getting lazy and just didn’t bother to remember. Now I do.
It’s lovely to be able to call people by name too. (And it pleases me to remember where I read or heard something.) Such small joys but they all add up. THANK YOU.
I believe your course is a very important thing to have available as you age. Physical fitness is given a lot of importance, and mental fitness should be given just as much kudos.
Your books and course are so full of hints and ‘how-to’ that I have made good strides towards improving my memory. I am 76 years and the improvements and confidence I have gained are huge. Thanks for giving me my life back. I’m no longer a wall flower. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Your books and courses are so full of hints and how-to’s that I have made good strides towards improving my memory. I am 76 years and the improvements and confidence I have gained are huge. Thanks for giving me my life back. I’m no longer a wallflower. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
It is an extremely stimulating and useful course at any age or stage. I like the follow-up emails which remind me to keep up the things I’ve learnt.
The course was fun and well presented. I found myself looking forward to each class and was very pleased when I got the opportunity to catch up on one class that I was unable to attend at the time.
I really do have to thank you and Allison for everything you do in connection with keeping the brain fit.
The puzzles, the exercises, the information, the advice, the page layout and choice of print for the written material and all expressed in such a “nice” friendly, upbeat style.
‘I am thoroughly enjoying Memory Tune. It has become part of my day. I am already feeling more alert and confident. I can remember all the images and the words from the first Tune of a week ago!’
The course has been so enjoyable and it’s with real enthusiasm that I leave each week to test my knowledge. Absolutely inspiring. It’s like eating something delicious and wanting more.
Very worthwhile course & well worth the few hours it takes. Lots of good new tricks to aid the ageing grey matter!
I felt for me to benefit from the Memory Tune I needed to read it through each day to remind me again of how to remember different aspects. By consolidating each module that was sent it helped to be able to practice it in every day situations. So to remember this I needed to go over the tasks frequently. I found then too that I was better able to retain the activity to my advantage.
I am finding it all quite a challenge but wish to tell you that I am absolutely loving it. We are doing it together which is fabulous fun. I feel that you have given me a new lease on life and am finding it hard to get to do much else.
I am getting better at remembering people’s names and basically I think my brain was getting lazy in retirement. I think the course was a much needed wake up call.
Before the golf club meeting, I visualized the people I might meet and ran their names through my mind. I could ‘see’ them. This helped me recognize people and their names quickly. I also used the focus – connect strategy when I met a new club member. I listened to his name, used it when I replied and introduced him to another friend almost straight away. It works – I proved it!
Very clearly presented. Good balance between information and practice. Most people do not know you can reverse your ‘brain loss’.
Relaxing atmosphere and I could have a giggle at times.
I enjoyed the reaction I received and have continued to please myself when meeting new people. I am definitely more aware that I must concentrate to achieve this result. It’s a good feeling! Knowing that I, myself, have the ability to make this happen is very empowering.
This has been such a reassuring course – great to know there are lots of ways I can keep my brain active and sharpen my memory.
Tried out name recall using focus – connect-rehearse at an art auction. In each case I focussed on a specific facial characteristic, I immediately used their name back to them and connected them to some aspect of their art. I remembered their names and was able to use them as I said “Goodbye” at the end of the evening. Their reaction to hearing their name was definitely positive (not just for me!).
Very valuable hints to encourage healthy memory. Thoroughly enjoyable and non-threatening. Younger people need to be encouraged to take the course.
A very interesting and enlightening course.
Already I feel much less worried about fading memory. The course has made me aware of some techniques I already use such as placing car keys in the same place. It is great – I love it. Have made notes of the 7 methods and will carry that in my purse for referral at spare moments. Thanks a million.’
I find myself getting more alert and conscious of what is happening in my brain: that all-important: focus, connect, rehearse. Maybe there really is hope for my memory yet! Thank you for your on-going support and encouragement.
Reassuring, encouraging, excellent strategies provided to “enhance remembering”.
Thanks for yesterday’s ‘power hour!’ After the training, I spoke about the content with my husband and he particularly liked (as well as I) methods to learn someone’s name by taking a mental picture and making relevant associations. We will both be trying this as and when we meet new people.
There are so many pills and potions around which are supposed to help the brain it is refreshing to know that exercising the brain as you would your body is more beneficial with no negative side effects. The course was very helpful.