Mighty Memory course
Hi, do you think the Mighty Memory Now course is a scam? Thanks, Peter
Doug's Reply: I have never tried that course, but here is my guess:
I do not think it's a "scam" in the sense of a total rip-off. It sounds like they have compiled memory techniques like the ones I describe on my website and added some subliminal audio affirmations into one downloadable package.
Memory techniques do work. I know that from my own experience, and you can learn the most powerful ones for free on my site and in the books I recommend.
I am not so sure about the audio affirmation though. I have tried affirmations, and while I think they might possibly improve your mood and make you feel more relaxed, confident, etc., I really doubt they can change a poor memory into a good one.
What I cannot tell you without having tried the Mighty Memory course is whether they have done a good job putting the package together. I do see there is a money-back guarantee, so that is something positive.
Here is the "who is" info about Mighty Memory Now:
Apparently the creator is a guy named Martin Mak who lives in Singapore. The question then becomes, who is this guy, and what are his credentials? These days anyone can put together an e-book and sell it on the internet.
I see this list of articles by Martin:
You might want to read through some of his articles before you decide whether to buy the product. If the articles seem well-written and are full of very useful information that you can put into practice easily, that is an indication that he knows what he is talking about and may have a good product.
When it comes to a good memory, don't expect miracles without effort. His sales page mentions his product "Works Like Magic". But magic sort of implies amazing results without lifting a finger. No such thing.
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