How to become a memory master | Idriz Zogaj | TEDxGoteborg

  • Published on Oct 24, 2012
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    Idriz is passionate about teaching others how to improve their memories and believes that with the right practice, almost everyone can get a super-memory.

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  • Mad Abir
    Mad Abir Day ago

    Ya economics ain’t Turning into a story anytime soon

  • Akshat_ Joshi888

    what was the name of the book?

  • Erdzan Ramadanovski


  • Bliss Culture
    Bliss Culture 2 days ago


  • Trevor Huerta
    Trevor Huerta 2 days ago

    Anybody tested out the Rotogenflux Methods (do a search on google)? We've noticed several awesome things about this intelligence boost program.

  • TWICE Nayeon
    TWICE Nayeon 2 days ago

    My exam is tomorrow wish me luck

  • Micha Will
    Micha Will 4 days ago

    Seriously x2 playback speed. Thank me later.

  • Leslie Cantrell
    Leslie Cantrell 7 days ago +1

    Anyone know what is Rotogenflux Methods about? I hear a lot of people increase their IQ of 23 points with this iq boost secrets.

  • ItzPaPer *
    ItzPaPer * 7 days ago

    anyone watching in september 2019?

  • Nic Gaming
    Nic Gaming 9 days ago

    What book

  • willy wonka
    willy wonka 11 days ago +1

    My name is akfkeoxkwlf wkfkwkdosjakfkdk

  • June Howell
    June Howell 13 days ago

    What do you think of improve your IQ in a short period of time using Rotogenflux Methods? I notice many people keep on talking about Rotogenflux Methods.

  • deloidian
    deloidian 13 days ago +3

    me: watches video
    Also me: remenbers the color of somones hair
    and me again: i have a photographic memory

  • Rita C
    Rita C 14 days ago

    i played this at 1.5 speed lol

  • Sadiyo Yuusuf
    Sadiyo Yuusuf 23 days ago

    Waaaaaaaw thanks bro

  • Misson x
    Misson x 25 days ago

    They don't have any work to do..... Except befooling people.

  • Re view NeO
    Re view NeO 26 days ago

    Books we need books all of them talking about how much stronge memory they have but they don't give us any name of books ...or any fucken good techniques..
    كتب يمعودين انطونا اسماء كتب اي واحد عربي شريف عنده اسماء كتب عناوين كورسات اي شي يفيدنا رحمة على والديكم

    NARGIS KHDER Month ago

    ليش ماكو ترجمة

    NARGIS KHDER Month ago

    وين الترجمة

  • Aho Erkam
    Aho Erkam Month ago +1

    Shoot! What they have done to Jason Statham!

  • Rahul Pratt
    Rahul Pratt Month ago

    Can somebody tell me which author did he mention at 3:59 ?
    Please tell me as I didn't really understand the pronunciation.

  • Jyotishankar
    Jyotishankar Month ago +2

    That's Jason Statham for you..

  • Agency21
    Agency21 Month ago


  • Ismi Ismi
    Ismi Ismi Month ago

    That guy's brain makes einstein's brain look funny

  • Exolette
    Exolette Month ago

    You know he can memorize because of his uhh...

  • dmkccR2ventureMade
    dmkccR2ventureMade Month ago

    This was phenomenal!!!:-) THANK YOU!!

  • أقوالٌ في الصّميم

    Plz the name of the book of memory !?

  • TheQueenOfGamingNora
    TheQueenOfGamingNora Month ago +1

    i remember stuff from 8 years ago.

  • MaoItsMe
    MaoItsMe Month ago

    Here I have the trick to remember any number!

    You have to know how to store the numbers into words and then use the trick in the video (to imagine the words as an animation).
    Anyway, to store numbers into words you have to assign the digits to the letters that look the most similar to them. For example: 1893 = "IBgE" which is already a lot easier to remember. Now you can also convert those letters to an actual word or a sentence, therefore IBgE = "I Beat Grandma's Ex" or "I Beg Give monEEEEEEy!" which is even easier to remember now if you store the numbers into words and sentences that are ridiculous. The actual challenge is to come up with those words and sentences actually fast. If you can do that then you are most likely to rarely forget a number. The last step is to imagine the words as an animation and there you go. You found immortality, CONGRATULATIONS!

  • Alicia Ferreyra
    Alicia Ferreyra Month ago

    This video gives interesting advice to develop memory and remember when people like me need memorizing vocabularies, slangs, idioms, phrasal verbs, and so on that are the base to be fluent in whatever languages. Thank s you for sharing.

  • Twinky
    Twinky Month ago +1

    Very eiiiiiiiiiiic

  • Nufosmatic
    Nufosmatic Month ago

    In 1975 I read_The Memory Book_ by Harry Lorayne and Jerry Lucas. Understood what they were teaching, never drilled myself on doing what they suggested. Although, in a lame senior high school english class, where we were assigned a list of vocabulary words each day, I composed a story that used those words in order, and everybody in my little cliche got 100% on the test each day. The teacher suspected we were "cheating", but could not prove anything. To this day, I remember "coalesce with a cogent coaster-monger"...

  • العز أبو عبد الرحيم

    هناك في السعودية جِهَاد المَالِكِ ، يحفظ أكثر من 7 كتب منها القرآن الكريم ، بطريقة خيالية و لم يفكر يوما في تسجيل نفسه في موسعة الأرقامة القياسية جينس لأنه فعل ذلك لوجه الله يمكنم البحث عليه و الذهاب إليه في السعودية و تجربته هو شاب يافع اليوم.

  • riot_flint
    riot_flint Month ago +4

    don't let this distract you from the fact that Mr. Krabs sold Spongebob's soul for only 62 cents.

  • Adeel Mohsin
    Adeel Mohsin Month ago

    8:52 I'm a girrrrrraaaaaaaaffffffeeeee!

  • t.rripy x
    t.rripy x Month ago

    17:05 “ IMA GIRAFFE”

  • André Peixoto
    André Peixoto Month ago +1

    If we practice this does our head get bigger?

  • Fortnite Lebanon
    Fortnite Lebanon Month ago

    What is the book’s namw

  • balk ball
    balk ball Month ago

    he write these things on my mind :( i can't forget them

  • John James
    John James 2 months ago

    Clubs of 2 ,?

  • username316
    username316 2 months ago +1

    but my question is, does he remember the cards maybe 3 days later? i understand that you have to go over them every day but a pack of cards is diffrent to 2 whole chapters of human anatomy, for example. there is no time to read the same few pages 100 times, as you have to move on to the next chapters. is this actually the key, make time to repeat the subject every day? how do you access long term memory in time as short as possible?

  • RockaBilly
    RockaBilly 2 months ago

    por que el titulo esta en español cuando el video está en ingles? ni siquiera tiene substitulos!!!

  • Marco 764
    Marco 764 2 months ago

    I just need one thing!
    That book

  • Central2016
    Central2016 2 months ago

    Would if your brain sucks at making strong connections

  • ad dda
    ad dda 2 months ago


  • tyler fryatt
    tyler fryatt 2 months ago

    "My name is Ehhzzzzzsomeguy"

  • curella93
    curella93 2 months ago

    vilken bok är det han snackar om??
    what book is he talking about?

  • LuKeks
    LuKeks 2 months ago

    I remember when my uncle abused me as a chield

    • danish akhtar
      danish akhtar 2 months ago

      You won't forget , that's a strong connection

  • YellowCactusTv z
    YellowCactusTv z 2 months ago

    does someone know if it works in every language and how?

  • Tee Charlestache
    Tee Charlestache 2 months ago

    The brain learns things much better with fun.

  • Paarth Playzzz
    Paarth Playzzz 2 months ago

    As a student we have to study 5-6 subjects in high school
    It’s impossible to remember like 90 stories per chapter per subject
    It’s a good idea for learning a small amount of information
    how will I make a story of trignometry sin cos tan?
    or of chemical equation like
    CaCo3 on heating gives CO2 plus CaO
    If u make a story of each chapter and each equations it’ll take longer than normally learning it

  • Laszer271
    Laszer271 2 months ago

    Pity it's not that easy to make a fun story about linear algebra...

  • •Vive Mode•
    •Vive Mode• 2 months ago

    Jhonny sins making his brain strong 11:28

  • yogesh pandey
    yogesh pandey 2 months ago

    Book name??

  • Rob Wahl
    Rob Wahl 2 months ago

    Kyle Chandler starts at 9:23

  • Johannes Bekker
    Johannes Bekker 2 months ago +1

    What does a good memory mean other that being able to see the essence of every situation for what it actually is, and where and why we seemed to have almost lost that ability. Memory is only a side capacity of the brain but ~real thinking~ has to do with another extra-bodily ability & activity, NOT just flesh & blood... So to acquire the ability to look at problems and their solutions, we 'see' the universal solution again & again which every balanced person of a certain maturity would naturally see and endorse... for there can be only One for All and All for One.

  • mofassa
    mofassa 2 months ago +1

    there are certain things that happened to me I have no desire to memorize or keep in me head

  • bob ross
    bob ross 2 months ago +1

    With that giant forehead it doesn’t surprise me his big brain can story lots of memories

  • Leonardo Romulus
    Leonardo Romulus 2 months ago +1

    Trevor from GTA is actually quite intelligent..

  • arddianTV
    arddianTV 3 months ago +1

    Pse asni komment prej shqiptarve more ku jeni shqipeeeeeee idriz tlumt shqipe