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Press Release: Where Did Noah Park The Ark? by Eran Katz

October 6th, 2010


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Ancient Memory Techniques for Remembering Practically Anything 

By Eran Katz

How many times have you seen a familiar face but just couldn’t recall the person’s name? How often have you forgotten your best friend’s birthday, or your boss’s spouse’s name, or where you left the keys? Wouldn’t it be great if there were a set of simple techniques that would help you to remember these things—and everything else important in your life—without having to write them down?


Enter Eran Katz, renowned international memory trainer, international bestselling author, and Guinness Record holder in memory stunts with his unique, entertaining, and prescriptive new book, WHERE DID NOAH PARK THE ARK?: Ancient Memory Techniques for Remembering Practically Anything (Three Rivers Press Original, October 19, 2010).
A strong memory can be a major asset to everything from building a career to studying for a major exam.  On the other hand, forgetting an important phone number or missing a key appointment can be a huge setback and an embarrassing faux pas. We all find excuses for these slipups—such as old age, genetics, or simply a “bad memory”—and assume there is nothing we can do to improve our recall.  Not true, says Katz: There is no such thing as a bad memory, and these excuses have nothing to do with our ability to remember everything from a grocery list to a foreign language. 


For the first time in a commercial book, Katz mixes ancient Jewish memory techniques with the secrets of the memory masters to present an easy, fun, and comprehensive approach to improving your memory. After mastering Katz’s 7 top tips for remembering names and faces, you will never again have difficulty remembering Sarah’s phone number, or for that matter, which girl at the party Sarah was.  Katz also presents:

ü      Quick quizzes to test your memory

ü      Tips to remember every item on your grocery list—without writing them down

ü      Great tricks for acing a big exam

ü      Multiple techniques for remembering people such as the JFK method and the nickname method

ü      Secrets to giving a commanding speech without notes

ü      Tricks to impress partygoers with your stellar memory

In WHERE DID NOAH PARK THE ARK? Katz draws upon ancient traditions valued by the Greeks and Romans and supplements them with cutting-edge new techniques he’s acquired from years of studying and researching memory.  With entertaining and illuminating challenges, which build in difficulty throughout the book, he ensures a significant improvement in memory by the final page. Katz believes that memory is the most important tool we possess and that we need to invest, train, and nurture it, which is why he has crafted these foolproof ways to shore up your recall and guarantee your memory is capable of performing for the long haul. 


Whether you hope to better remember names at any social event, learn better studying techniques, easily remember daily tasks and items on your to-do list, or stand in front of an audience and deliver powerful presentations from memory, WHERE DID NOAH PARK THE ARK? will help you achieve all of your goals while boosting your memory power.  

About the Author:

ERAN KATZ, international memory trainer and a Guinness Record holder in memory stunts is the bestselling author of Secrets of a Super Memory and Jerome Becomes a Genius: The Jewish Way to Brain Power (neither of which has ever been published in the United States). Katz is a popular guest on television and radio shows and has delivered more than 1,800 lectures and seminars to over 400,000 participants in hundreds of leading multinational companies and organizations, including Motorola, HP, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, General Electric, Coca-Cola, AT&T, Texas Instruments, Avis, the International Brain Education association, the government of Singapore, and many more.



Ancient Memory Techniques for Remembering Practically Anything

By Eran Katz

Three Rivers Press Original * October 19, 2010 * Pages: 272
Price: $14.00 * 978-0-307-59197-5

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