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Skip to main content. Dominic O'Brien. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Dominic O'Brien is renowned for his phenomenal feats of memory and for outwitting the casinos of Las Vegas.
For each bullet, use Association to create vivid mental images that encode the ideas it contains. Visit and retrieve information as required from your mental journeys during the interview. For each point and fact, use Association to create vivid mental images that encode the ideas it contains. Give the speech by talking to your points as you follow the journey in your mind.
Follow the directions as you follow and decode the journey in your mind. For those who enjoy golf, see the original book for more. Imagine yourself transported to a specific physical location from your past. As you do so, let sensations and emotions wash over you as they come to mind. Be patient and enjoy yourself — allow memories to come and go. When you feel ready, move on to the next place or location.
Use association and linking to combine the key image, meaning and location. If no sports complex exists, make it up and put it somewhere! Use association or The Dominic System if appropriate to visualise the secondary fact. Visualise a location relevant to the fact, topic or associated country. Use linking to combine your images somewhere in the visualised location.
Use The Dominic System to visualise the date for that fact. Visualise the first station of the first journey. OR: a complex image for the first two cards called. Repeat for each station until your first mental journey is full. Repeat, filling as many back-to-back mental journeys as needed. Use association or The Dominic System if appropriate to visualise the answer.
Visualise a location relevant to the fact or topic. Visualise the first fact on your list use association if necessary.
Visualise any extra information to add to the fact again using association. Link any images containing extra information to your original mental image.
Link the final mental image to the first station of the journey. An appropriate mental journey relevant to golf or your sport of choice. Visualise the first point on your checklist use association as necessary. Link that mental image to the first station of the journey. Repeat with the next station and checklist item until finished. Review your checklist to set focused practice goals and objectives. Visualise the origin of the first move by encoding its algebraic notation with The Dominic System.
Visualise the piece to be moved with your Chess Piece System. Combine the two mental images using linking. Link that final mental image to the first station of the journey. We check the hall where we hung up our coat when we first came home, the study where we went to check phone messages, and so we continue through the house until we eventually arrive at the place we put down our keys. Flex your memory muscle: When we use the art of location in memory training, we position images or data in a tangible, fixed place in our minds.
Use the image of a house you know well, and figuratively place information in different rooms; or use the journey method, where you place things at different stages of a familiar route. When we want to remember the information we retrace our steps and find the data is still moored there.
A workout to boost your brain One of the most effective ways to improve our recall and keep our memory in optimum working order is to keep fit. Exercising increases the blood flow to the brain.
This blood feeds our neurons with oxygen and nutrients, keeping them healthy. Foods rich in antioxidant vitamins A, C and E are particularly beneficial to the health of the brain and therefore the memory.
Found in richly-coloured fruit and vegetables such as bananas, red peppers, spinach and oranges, they help to 'mop up' chemicals known as free radicals, which are naturally present in the body but when overproduced usually if we are under stress or subject to the harmful effects of pollution can cause extensive cell damage in the brain as well as other parts of the body.
Another good tip is to eat plenty of oily fish. It contains folic acid and essential fatty acids, all vital in the development and functioning of the brain and nervous system. Try to include fish in your diet at least twice a week. Hole story: Golfers like Tiger Woods remember their games in astonishing detail Why golfers remember I am an enthusiastic golfer and I often hear the journey method being used in the club house by other golfers - without them even knowing it - to deliver a blow-by-blow account of their games.
They remember every hole played, what clubs they chose, how many strokes were played. What they recall is a highly complex list of numerical data. All of a sudden, every golfer in the clubhouse, including Tiger Woods, right, is a memory wizard - and that's all down to the journey method.
Each golfer has used a mental route consisting of 18 stages around the course.
At each stage, they have stationed specific facts about their game. When they mentally retrace their steps, the golfers recall, by association, the details stored along their journey. I have come to realise that unrelated pieces of information can be placed along the same journey and they can be recalled by mentally retracing our steps.
Any familiar route will do; the important thing is that the stages or landmarks are distinctive. Along this route you can place items on a shopping list, points of a speech or new people you have met. And here's how to leave your shopping list at home In the time it takes you to read this, you should be able to recall most, if not all, of the ten items on our shopping list, below right.
Picture yourself opening the front door to your house and seeing a box of washing powder.