Chris has an easy time memorizing numbers for the short term (using Major System mnemonics), but these memories tend to fade after an hour or two. I diagnose this issue and talk about the biggest thing that makes memorization stick for the long term.
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Music credit: Maurice Ravel’s String Quartet, 2nd movement, performed by the US Army Band.
So would it look like this?
Given the example number: 919-279-6512.
One would traverse a memory palace dedicated to phone numbers.
This memory palace would contain a room for each chunk and the PAO imagery would be linked to these chunks.
If one has a 2-digit PAO system, should the chunks be rearranged like so:
Resulting in the following:
Person 91 is in Room 1
Action 92 is performed on Object 79
Person 65 is in Room 2
Person 65 performs Action 12