Just last week, hub attended the “Train the Trainer” 5-day seminar by T. Harv Eker so I asked him the other day what was something non-trainers (like me) could also learn. He said Eker and his team employ and teach the accelerated learning technique to help participants remember more and achieve retention by 70%.
The technique is 10/24/7.
within 10 mins
within 24 hours
within 7 days
Seminar participants were given worksheets at the end of each session to review what has just been said [within 10 mins], then on the next day, pages from the flip chart used the day before were pasted all around the room for everyone to review [within 24 hrs] and the final part is that everyone do their own revision within that same week after the seminar [within 7 days].
That one’s more way to keep new data from slipping away. :-)
(The seminar trainers also have this to remind about 10/24/7: Be at level 10 (ie your best), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.)
do I ever need this, does it work with finding my car keys?? ;)
Oops….forgot to tell you thank you for visiting my blog, even though I’m pitifully slow at answering back, I thank you so much Clara for taking the time to come by and say hi!!
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Yes,the winds are blowing very strongly still and thank God no one was hurt by the flying green house.
And I am indeed looking forward to visit Vienna. Can’t wait! :)
Hope you are having a great Monday.
I’d love to know how you feel about the strategy say a month from now. Is it working for you? It does make sends to me… I might try it with my middle schoolers – some of them might find it useful.
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It does sound like a good memory strategy, but the idea of being at your best the whole time sounds exhausting!
At dottycookie’s blog: Giant steps are what you take