Hello, hello! It’s time for another random memory tips video.
This week’s topic is something that I get asked about on the regular. It’s one of the more involved types of things to memorize, so in this video I walk through an example of how I would memorize part of The Declaration of Independence.
Once you get the basic idea on how to do this, you can apply it to learning any speech, memorizing lines, poems, quotes, toasts, whatever your pretty little heart desires my friend!
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