About Master of Memory
Hi! I’m Timothy, the creator of Master of Memory, and if you’ve ever asked yourself the following questions:
- “Is there a faster, more enjoyable way to memorize information?”
- “How can I get the most out of my study time?”
- “What’s the fastest way to learn a new sport or artistic hobby?”
- “How quickly can I commit a poem or Scripture passage to memory?”
- “What’s the best and fastest way to become fluent in a foreign language?”
…then you’re in the RIGHT place!
Here’s how Master of Memory
will make your life amazing.
Welcome to your online center learning how to learn through timeless accelerated learning techniques. The essentials of accelerated learning are ancient, but you can’t find them in a single place on the web! …Until now. At Master of Memory, we believe that learning should be (1) easy, (2) fun, and (3) as FREE as possible. That’s right. We give away ALL our information, including our full courses, to our subscribers:
We’re on a quest to revolutionize education, and even to revolutionize learning itself, by discovering best practices for learning anything. There’s ALWAYS a better, faster way to do something. Our mission is (a) to find it and (b) to share it with the world! We’re constantly searching and creating new stuff, on a daily basis, to give the best information about learning that we can to anyone who will listen. All of our content is user-driven, so we know that you’ll get what you’re looking for!
See, the fact is that the way most people learn is useless.
First they might read any number of books on a subject… and promptly forget it all. Afterwards, maybe they’ll decide to try drilling facts into their heads, using rote, brute-force techniques that don’t work. This results in tons of frustration. Finally, they spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a course, just to help FORCE them to learn the information! Ugh, it makes me frustrated just thinking about what that’s like. No more. If you can cut your learning time in half while increasing your effectiveness, why not?