Memory Myth #2: The Photographic Memory Myth

Wouldn’t it be SWEET to have a Photographic Memory that works like a digital camera?

In other words…

If you wanna remember something? No problem. Just snap the photo, upload to your brain, and HIT SAVE.

Wham bam thank you mam. You’re done.

Don’t you wish YOU were one of those “lucky” people born with photographic memory?

Well, I’m sorry to burst your bubble my friend, but…

Here’s the thing:

Photographic Memory is a MYTH…

Yep. That’s right.

It ain’t real, my friend.

You see, the popular idea that some people are BLESSED with a photographic memory — and the rest of us poor schleps are STUCK with “normal” memories — is FALSE.

It’s sort of like the flip side to the “Memory is a ‘Thing’ Myth”:

Because both myths focus on good or bad memory as being something you’re “born with” (which just ain’t true.)

Because, like we talked about in Myth #1, your innate memory ability is FAR less important than arming yourself with a set SKILLFUL memory techniques.

Because the thing is this:

While it may SEEM like some people have a photographic memory — especially when you see someone do something with their memory that makes you say, “Holy bajeezums! How’d you REMEMBER that?”

…Instead what you’re seeing is ACTUALLY a skillful application of powerful memory techniques at work, like the ones I teach folks in our programs and courses.

In fact, I’ll share with you quick personal story from my OWN life to show you exactly what I mean:

(Click on the link below to hear the rest of the story…)