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Record-setting memory athlete Brad Zupp is on the podcast this week to talk about how you can get your memory to perform better for you. We discuss proven techniques for remembering names, numbers, and just about anything. You’ll learn the 3 steps to memory, what stress has to do with memory, and how you can practice every day to improve your memory.

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Cheat Sheet

  • What you can do if you feel like you have a bad memory (you’re not hopeless)
  • Brad’s experience with competing in memory competitions and why he chose to do it in the first place
  • How the three-step process to memory works
  • Why staying in the moment is vitally important for memory recall and tips on how to do this
  • Simple techniques you can use to remember people’s names better
  • The step-by-step process you can use for translating things you want to remember into pictures
  • Practical tips on what you can do to practice better memory every day
  • Why you should be selective about what you want to remember


Book, tool, ritual

Book: The Miracle of Mindfulness and How to Meditate
Tool: A journal, a pen – journaling every day
Ritual: A morning ritual – reading, meditation, running

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Last Updated: February 27, 2024

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