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Many memory masters use the loci (Latin for location) method for memorising numbers or names. This involves creating a journey in your mind where the items that need to be memorised are linked to locations or objects that are familiar to you. For example, imagine that when you get back from work you need to remember to: 1) place your keys in a place you won’t lose them, 2) put the oven on 3) renew your gym membership, 4) peel some potatoes. With these loose ideas floating around in your mind at work, you could quickly create an imaginary journey based on the real events that will occur as you arrive home. Your laces as you remove your shoes could look like key rings. The kitchen door could have a big oven control dial instead of a door knob. When you look at your phone it is the shape of a dumbbell and the television has been transformed into a giant spud.

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