Step 2: Location



The term ‘location’ may sound technical to you; it simply means to bring organisation to the items remembered.


The main tool here is the JOURNEY method. Like being on a journey, one thing that you know reminds you of one thing that you want to know. Like travelling = being on a journey: What comes next; and then? What comes next; and so on.


You need to organise your information. Without organisation there is chaos. With proper organision there is no limit to what you can remember. You will start out with 10 items in correct sequence; however this principle can be applied to any amount of items.

Very important: Without mastering this key-element you will NOT recall items in correct sequence.


Although you use it already every day, for the purposes of memory techniques it has to be made clear what the function of location is in remembering techniques.


In the theory part, EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STEP 2: LOCATION is covered to understand (and apply) this principle.


Here are the topics covered in this chapter:

1. What is ‘location’?

2. Example: Sitting-Room

3. Let’s try it together

4. Training: try it on your own

5. Tips for building more journeys

6. Summary & Outlook


In more detail:

1. What is ‘location’?

Here you find a Definition and why it is so vital and important; also why it is the second step in remembering.


2. Example: Sitting-Room

This is a great starter example. Do you know your sitting-room? It may sound like a trick question. It is an example that lets you quickly and easily grasp the idea behind the journey method. And just as easily and intuitively you learn how to continue from here.


3. Let’s try it together

Start practicing the 5 elements that guide every memorisation process. You will appreciate the simplicity AND the genius behind this exercise.


4. Training & Testing

Yes, you could devise your own exercises.

And there are three examples in detail here to get you started.

However, and you may have guessed this: I recommend Game 2.


It is simple.

Due to the huge databank, it is always different.

It is fast.

This is by far the easiest and fasted way to master the first step of Remembering.

And isn’t that what you want?


5. Hints & Tips for building more journeys

Building journeys is not difficult at all; however one of the problems is to come up with more and more ideas what one COULD do.

In this part many ideas are presented. Also: what to do if you want to build up longer journey; Ideas from memory grand-masters; hints if you are a student; and much more.

The learning point is: it is not difficult; however you HAVE to sit down and prepare your journeys.

Some people memorise 50.000 digits of the number pi. Why do they do that? I really don’t know. I guess one possible answer is: Because they can. Should you have the wish to do the same, then the element of quantity = how much = 50.000 digits is explained here.


6. Summary & Outlook

Step 2: Location may make you look like a genius already.

Remember: If you can (only) recall 10 items in correct sequence, then your friends will look at you in wonderment and astonishment.

Nevertheless, you may ask yourself: But what about ‘difficult’ information.

This will be covered in Step 3: Visualisation.

In Step 3 you learn to remember anything that you want, the stuff that we usually call ‘difficult’.

And with Step 3 you have finished the trilogy of memory techniques (Step 1: Association; Step 2: Location; Step 3: Visualisation).

These three steps are the BASICS of MEMORY TECHNIQUES !!



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Pay attention to this:

Start learning about remembering a long time before you have to sit exams and when you have to deal with panic as well. It is easy, however memory techniques is a skill learned over time.

It is smart to plan ahead, and get the basics right.

For some students it is easy and straight forward, and for some, well they have to practice a little bit longer. However, just like any other skill, may it be learning how to drive, or how to type, or how to bake a cake, EVERYBODY can learn it.

Just like the finger-exercises when learning to play the piano, so play and practice this game. And you only have to practice for a rather short time. And then it becomes second nature to you; you may call it even: it becomes normal.


About money:

What do you get for your €9.99?

You get an elegant and easy to use exercise tool AND all the theory you need.

All that for 9.99 euros.

That is the price of a small book.

It is definitely less than a grind.

And it is a fraction of the pain you eliminate when studying for exams.

Remembering increases your confidence!!!

Remembering decreases your revision time. Quite a lot.

Here you make one of the best investments you ever in your life.

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Practice Game 2 and Life becomes more interesting.

More colourful, more exciting.


Sometimes on the telly or on youtube you may come across a clip in which there is someone who can recite / rattle off a list of items. People are amazed and in awe. YOU can be such a person who draws attention. Although YOU know it is easy and you have learned this skill step by step; to your friends it does seem almost like wizardry. Enjoy this attention. It is ok and acceptable to have fun.



Another BONUS:

Should you feel you still cannot master this step, then you can contact me.

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As often as you wish.

Until you do have mastered this step.

Your only decision you have to make is: When do you get started?

You cannot fail, as I guarantee you that I will stand by your side until you succeed.

And once you start practicing: You WILL succeed.



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With Game 2 you get all the theory you ever need AND all the practice you ever need to master Step 2: Location

Learn how to organise your information how to remember items in correct sequence.

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