Who Needs GMS®?
Students often make ‘cheat sheets’ before exams. GMS® makes it possible to memorize those cheat sheets. You can now copy the answers from your own memory during an exam, which is much safer. If you want, information can be stored for a lifetime in your memory. This may be necessary if you want to become a high-class specialist or a professional in your field. Also note that this does not really involve cheating. If it is in your head, then you know it. This is exactly what teachers want to achieve.
GMS® will significantly reduce the time necessary to prepare for an exam. If you use GMS® during the academic year, you will hardly have to prepare for exams at all. You will simply remember the contents of your textbooks. (It is recommended that you memorize in small amounts throughout the entire school year.)
Do not forget that mnemonics first appeared as a part of rhetoric art. The memorization techniques used to retain a sequence of course material are literally the most simple in the system. What effect will it have on his students when a professor needs to reference his own notes. How will he be able to teach, if he does not know the material himself?
Aside from this, you will memorize the course material only once - and will never again have to spend time preparing for a lesson or session. While your colleagues re-read their lectures for the zillionth time, you can indulge yourself in a nice chat over a cup of coffee.
In Everyday Life
Every person has to memorize a certain amount of precise data. We are accustomed to writing such information down in our notebooks. Teach yourself, instead, to record necessary information directly into your brain. You will be completely independent of cell phone batteries and electronic notebooks. You will never again lose information. It cannot be stolen; no one will turn your computer on and be able to use your bank accounts. You will not need to look through cell phone memory to find information.
Try to use your memory every day. Remembering everything you need is both handy and not difficult at all! A hidden bonus is that you can record information in the brain much faster than into a notebook.
Imagine that you have just read a book "300 Techniques to Make People Love You." In a couple of weeks, perhaps only five of those techniques will remain in your memory. Within a month, you will have to read the book again. After a year, you will feel like that you are reading the book for the first time.
You cannot use information unless it resides in your head. Memorize basic concepts of a book whose information you need and use it. Now, the book summary is in your head and the information is available 24 hours a day. Moreover, if you memorize the information using the GMS®, you memorize it into your brain. Information is automatically "built into" your outlook. Your behavior will change according to memorized data.
If you decide to study programming, then you can do it in several ways. You can learn programming by using a reference book. You can study the discipline for 5 years so the basic commands will be memorized spontaneously. You can also spend a couple of weeks memorizing a programming language and write a program - without a cheat sheet - as would a professional programmer.
For Public Speakers
A public speaker simply must know GMS®. The art oration seems senseless without such knowledge. Professional public speakers, such as theologians, study mnemonics in seminaries; that is why their speeches are delivered so fluently. Have you ever seen a minister who read a sermon from a notebook? All ministers master mnemonics to a certain extent.
Businessmen possess a wide array of contacts. Quite often, when we do not have someone’s phone number, we are unable to pursue a desirable transaction; this may result in revenue loss. Memorize information about people with whom you maintain relations. Be able to get in touch with them at all times, thus, or you may lose a deal.
GMS® is not only good memory, it is also a means of creating different illusions. That may be why it is often showcased in circuses and on stage.
How do you create an illusion? It is very simple. People tend to judge others by their own standards. Everyone thinks they are most clever, if not most powerful. When you see your business partner and call him by name, remember his home and work phone numbers, ask about his relatives (calling them by their names), and ask if he managed to be on time for a meeting on a certain date...? His thoughts will flow approximately as follows: The meeting was routine, and you could not refresh your memory using a notebook - so, you really remembered this information about him. He sees this as evidence that you are really interested in him. Normally, more developed intellectual abilities (memorization ability) are not regarded. In his opinion, everyone has the same memory as he has; but, in his mind, he perceives that you think he is important, special.
Say that, if, before signing a deal, you get to know that your partner is fond of aquarium fish, GMS® will help you get ready for the meeting. You can simply read a book about aquarium fish - and memorize a hundred different species. The terms you use will assure him that you have spent at least 10 years enjoying the same hobby. This will create an illusion of your sincerity. Your partner will be more apt to sign the deal just because he could speak about his hobby with you. You were able to present yourself as an excellent specialist in that sphere; hence, you are an interesting person.
Partner evaluation, based on what they people about, is seen from these examples. GMS® helps to tear down common perceptions by creating an illusion of expertise in certain areas.
The interesting aspect of this is that, when you learn and memorize facts about fish, you really do begin to be a specialist in this realm, especially if you put some effort into retaining the knowledge in your memory.
Memory mechanisms are universal. Everything in the human body and brain works according to the same laws. Nature operates by the same universal laws. All that is not used in our body, begins to atrophy. Imagine a person who spent a year in a cast. What do you think will happen to his muscles? They become weak and thin. What will happen if a person does not use his memory? The memory will start to deteriorate. Reasons for sudden illnesses spreading over the computerized society in some countries are still unknown. People have begun to lose their memory. Many people in their 40s and older are stricken with Alzheimers disease. This illness is first presented as a memory disorder. Later, the illness strikes larger brain sections; eventually, a person dies (about 5 years from the first symptoms onset). No inner viruses are found in deceased bodies: nerve cells of an organ responsible for memory, the hippocampus, are simply replaced with simple albumen; that is, they stop functioning.
By performing GMS® exercises, as with gymnastics, you will keep your memory in perfect shape for years to come. It follows that, if memory processes in your brain function normally, the other brain systems are more likely to function normally as well.