If you’re like me, you often come across information that makes you think “damn, this is good! I gotta remember that and use it”.
If you’re also like me, often you forget what it is you wanted to remember.
That’s what happened when I flipped through the pages of “Poor Charlie’s Almanack”.
In it, Peter D. Kaufmann has included a speech by Charlie Munger called “The Psychology of Human Misjudgment”.
In this speech, Charlie Munger talks about 25 different tendencies that influence our decision making.
Being obsessed about improving my decision making, learning these 25 tendencies by heart was a no-brainer.
But remembering 25 tendencies can be quite the challenge (if not impossible).
When remembering information, most people use 2 options:
1: They try to remember to the best of their ability.
Easy, but very unreliable.
2: Write down what they want to remember.
This is very reliable but inconvenient.
Luckily, there’s a 3 third option!
That is to use mnemonics!
That’s a fancy word for learning technique.
The problem with mnemonics is, that they are often used for things like remembering a deck of cards or a long string of numbers.
While impressive, it’s more or less useless.
But the techniques do work!
And if we apply them to remember important information, like Charlie Munger’s 25 tendencies, magic happens.
By using simple, and simple, memory techniques, I’ve been able to remember all 25 tendencies for years – and use them regularly when making decisions.
Mnemonics are the closest thing you come to mental magic.
The best part?
It’s simple, fun, and fast.
In this (huge) guide, I show you the exact learning techniques you need to use to remember anything you’d like.
To show you how powerful this is, I’m going to show you how to remember all 25 tendencies to instantly improve your decision making.
This whole adventure takes just 30 minutes, and will hopefully change your mind as it did with mine!
So, let’s get on with downloading Charlie Munger into our brain 🙂