How To Memorize Fast And Easily (Customer Names And More) With Nelson Dellis




How to Memorize Quick and Simply

The show is kicked off with Nelson explaining to Will the difference between what most people do to learn and the systems memory champions leverage to make things fast and easy.

“We all have a memory, it’s the one thing we all have” – Nelson Dellis 

Nelson then shares his thoughts on the history of memory techniques and how it’s a human old skill that seems to have been forgotten in recent centuries.

“In my opinion we all have the same amount of potential for memory” – Nelson Dellis 

The show is wrapped up with Nelson pointing out that we all have the same capacity for memory and so with the right coaching there is no reason we shouldn’t be able to remember names, product details or other critical sales information fast and easily.




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Guest info:

Nelson Dellis is a 4x USA Memory Champion and one of the leading memory experts in the world, traveling around the world as a competitive Memory Athlete, Memory Consultant and highly sought-after Keynote Speaker.

As a Memory Champion, Mountaineer, and Alzheimer’s Disease Activist, he preaches a lifestyle that combines fitness, both mental and physical, with proper diet and social involvement.


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1 comment

  • To my mind association is the most crucial part of mnemotechnics- that’s great that you’ve paid so much attention to it. For example, the first book I’v read on this topic was “Mnemotechnics made simple” (available for download here if somebody would be interested:… which is entirely about association and since then the system which I have learned from this book is the one that I use the most in my everyday life (especially for remembering the grocery list :D )