Stop being embarrassed when you forget names and faces.
Memory Expert with Five Degrees, Dr. Donna Schwontkowski, Reveals Her Method to Help You Become Social Savvy and Smarter
New Patent–Pending Proven Step–by–Step Method to Help YOU Accurately Remember and Describe Any Face Seen After a Glance
Our research shows improvement of personal face recognition skills by a minimum of 87% and an average of 165% after only an hour of specialized training
Men, imagine you're on a beach in the heat of the summer. A woman who most people would rate a perfect 10 walks by you and you're taken aback. You can't seem to help it but your eyes are locked onto her until she is out of sight. (Women, imagine this scenario is changed to a man who's a perfect 10.)
Back to reality, time goes on and you take care of the picnic details for your party group. No one else walks by in the meantime.
About 10 minutes later, a woman approaches your picnic group. "I'm here to survey people's face recognition skills. Can you describe anyone who may have walked by in the last 10 minutes?" she asks.
What do you say?
Can you accurately describe what the person looked like? Now if your eyes locked onto this person for quite awhile, shouldn't you be able to describe a lot more details than what you usually would?
If you're like most people, you won't be able to describe what this person's face looked like well enough to get a true picture of her looks.
This situation goes far beyond hormones. Recalling a face in detail and describing it is a problem in our society!
What if you were in a situation where you HAD TO memorize a face for whatever reason? How well would you do?
Learning how to do it after the fact doesn't help at the time of need. In fact, it hurts your chance to be accurate.
Let's say you have a reasonably good ability to memorize and describe a face. What's your limit? A few dozen faces? If you had to point out someone who's a criminal, how accurate would you be? Studies show only 10% accuracy!
The good news is that by reading the book, Million Dollar Memory for Names & Faces, your skills will quickly surpass face recognition skills of greater than 90% of the population while learning how to remember names too. It opens up a whole new world to you – the world of faces ...and it's fun to learn!
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Million Dollar Memory(MDM) for Names & Faces prepares you for when:
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Proof that We Have to Enhance Our Skills
Law enforcement tells us that very few of us can trust our observation and recognition skills without training. At accident or crime scenes, ten different witnesses will tell ten different stories about what happened and a sketch artist will end up drawing ten different sketches of what a perpetrator looked like.
You can imagine how this leads to mistakes in crime scene investigation. It's understandable when "they got the wrong guy!" because they didn't have the right information from the start!
In my research for developing my patent–pending technique of remembering and describing a face after just a glance, found in the book, Million Dollar Memory (MDM) for Names & Faces, I discovered that almost everyone thinks that they have an excellent ability to remember and recognize a face seen, but when tested, the average number of facial characteristics recalled was a paisley total of 4!
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Maximum Learning in Minimal Time
With specialized training found in Million Dollar Memory for Names & Faces though, they vastly improved their scores to 11! And you should have heard them describe a face – they used language that would be able to pinpoint a person in a crowd of a hundred or more.
You see, the standard ways of describing people – height, weight, color of hair and eyes – aren't good enough! We're more sophisticated than that and we need the language to match our sophistication.
With the MDM5 Method of Face Recognition(5–step method), you'll be able to accurately remember and describe a face and it's very easy to learn. My years of experience teaching graduate students how to memorize highly technical information accelerates your skills to a level never experienced before by even those with the best face recognition skills.
Sure, you'll have to do a little reading and look at photos of really interesting faces, but this new science isn't rocket science. In fact, we're training children this weekend!
And once you add this highly specialized method to your current face recognition ability, your skills are upgraded for life. It's similar to riding a bicycle – learn it once and it's with you forever.
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Forgetting a name and face can make us feel embarrassed and inadequate. Mistaking a face for another, mistaken identity, can create problems with our friends and colleagues or create situations where we endanger our children. The problem gives credence to what a lot of attorneys and judges say about us as eyewitnesses – that we're not reliable.
The inability to remember and describe a face makes it a lot harder for us to find missing persons whose faces are shown on the news. We want to help but our skills just aren't good enough. The missing person slips through the cracks and often ends up as an unsolved mystery case.
MDM for Names & Faces has additional benefits. It prepares you to be safe when:
As you can see, learning this technique not only helps you in your personal and business life; it also keeps you safe from predators!
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