In the last few years, digital cameras have become all the rage because they offer something film-reliant cameras could not provide: instant images. There is no need to wait for pictures to develop. You can simply review the picture that you just took and if you are unhappy with it, you can delete it from your collection. Most people would like to believe that if they had a photographic memory, they could replicate the attributes of a digital camera and become more productive as a result.
Whether or not a photographic memory is really possible is still up for debate, since up to this point, no one has been able to simply look a page and have instant and permanent recollection of everything they saw. However, the Giordano Memorization System® (GMS®) will make it possible for you develop the kind of memory that allows for effortless recollection at a moment's notice. GMS® has been around for 17 years, and the School of Phenomenal Memory is proud to use it as the foundation for its program.
Learning to Develop Photographic Memory
Researchers are constantly looking for methods to stimulate the mind so that the recollection process is effective. The School of Phenomenal Memory has created an educational program that will give students the ability to imitate the desired results of a photographic memory.
Whether remembering a phone number in an emergency situation or recalling voluminous amounts of information for a test, students will be able to develop skills that will last a lifetime. If you want to develop a "photographic memory," take part in a program that will offer you the tools to fine-tune your mental cameraImprove Your Memory