Moonwalking With Einstein, the current bestselling book by Joshua Foer, deals with a subject close to the pounding hearts and minds of every public speaker or presenter: how to remember what to say. Speakers and presenters rely on a number of devices — from low-end three-by-five index cards to expensive high-end teleprompters — to aid their memories. Foer offers an even higher-end but lower-cost technique: visual imagery, or associating a diverse list of subjects with a series of related physical objects.
Author: Jerry Weissman
Source: Harvard Business Review
Subject: Personal Development