Memory Techniques - I'll Never Forget Ol' What's-His-Name - New Memory Techniques Course Launched

Houston, Texas (PressExposure) February 20, 2011 -- A new website offering to teach users the memory techniques and recall improvement skills of a two-time and current U.S. memory champ has been launched, with the goal of teaching users the key business success skills of memorizing something-or-other.

Yeah, yeah, that's right! The guy is Ron White. And he is without a doubt one of the world's greatest memory experts. Ron is the 2009 and 2010 USA Memory Champion and holds the record for the fastest to memorize a deck of cards in the U.S. and most consecutive numbers memorized in five minutes in the US. (167 consecutive digits) His program is designed - for the first time in history- to coax incredible memory performances out of untrained memories.

White's downloadable program - Memory in a Month - is designed to give users an amazing memory in just four short weeks. His memory improvement memorization techniques are designed to help even the most forgetful person have facts, figures, faces and names at the top of mind. You can also benefit from Ron's speed reading techniques that will allow you to digest even the most complex information in a fraction of the time it takes you now.

"When users finish this course they will never again forget a name or face of anyone important to them," says Timothy Kelvin Evans, Business Trainer and Educator. "You will be able to greet anyone by name instantly even if you have not seen them in 5, 10 or even 20 years! It seems amazing - and it is - but, what is impossible for you today will be possible when you learn Ron's "secrets" and apply his methods. Once they learn the right way, the impossible becomes common place. "

We have all have seen the speed reading experts on tv zoom through a book or magazine in minutes and then be able to repeat the key points of any chapter. The techniques they are using are so simple that anyone can learn to master and develop powerful speed reading skills. Speed reading experts will often say what slows them down the most about reading is turning the pages. Speed through trade journals, school books or manuals in a fraction of the time! The average person reads 250 words per minute. White's Speed Reading program users can achieve speeds up to 1000 words per minute! Recall the information from books they have speed read in amazing detail.

'I'm keyed up about the future with these memorization and speed reading techniques," says Timothy Kelvin Evans. "This is a skill for anyone who wants a sharp mind in either their business or personal life."

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3256 Margaret Street
Houston, TX 77007
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