Monthly Archives: March 2011

MemoryLifter Software Revolutionizes Learning


MemoryLifter is a program that flashes images in front of you, and gives you multiple-choice answers, then scores your progress and time. It is an excellent aid in improving your memory as well as a learning aid for students and adults alike.

MemoryLifter Software Revolutionizes Learning2016-10-22T09:06:19+00:00

Preparing for the SAT with Ron White the 2 time National Memory Champion


Every Fall, thousands of high school students take standardized tests that will help them get into college. It’s important to know that not all tests are designed the same, nor are they scored the same. With this article we will be addressing the best way to improve study skills to take the four-hour SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test).

Preparing for the SAT with Ron White the 2 time National Memory Champion2016-10-22T09:06:19+00:00

Academic Summer Camps Help Improve SAT Scores


Summer vacation doesn’t have to be boring for youngsters, and summer camp doesn’t have to consist of simple crafts, volleyball and boating. Academic Summer Camps are springing up all over and it’s like taking a Caribbean vacation! Students from grades 7-12 won’t realize that the life experiences they are having are preparing them for improving grades and getting higher SAT and ACT scores.

Academic Summer Camps Help Improve SAT Scores2016-10-22T09:06:19+00:00

How to Memorize Math Formulas


Two Time USA Memory Champion and memory training expert and memory speaker Ron White shares his memory system for recalling math formulas: Memorizing Math Formulas By Ron White Memory Expert and USA Memory Champion Instead of memorizing math formulas we are going to memorize some stories. It will be much more fun. Trust me :) [...]

How to Memorize Math Formulas2016-10-22T09:06:19+00:00

Memorizing a Foreign Language


Two Time USA Memory Champion and Memory Training Speaker and Memory Expert Ron White shares his method on how to memorize words in a foreign language: A lot of people want to learn foreign languages but don’t know where to start.  They will get on the treadmill and put on the foreign language tapes.  Now [...]

Memorizing a Foreign Language2016-10-22T09:06:19+00:00

David Steel on Ron White’s BrainAthlete Radio


David Steel of as a guest on David runs a Social media company called They were recommended for me to interview by Christopher Guerriero who I also interviewed. I can't tell you this is the best show but I believe you will find what others have found that this show is packed with great tips and tools to promote you and your business on Social Media.

David Steel on Ron White’s BrainAthlete Radio2016-10-22T09:06:18+00:00

Can you still afford College? On Ron White’s BrainAthlete Radio learn how.


Kevin helps his clients find the money to attend college. Listen to this interview discussing how they start with an assessment to make sure you go into college pursuing a passion with direction rather than a wondering specific as Zig Ziglar says. Kevin and his team has several classes each month in the DFW area where he teaches the principals of how to fill out the FAFSA without hurting yourself.

Can you still afford College? On Ron White’s BrainAthlete Radio learn how.2016-10-22T09:06:18+00:00

How to Memorize Vocabulary


Much of the English language (and any language I am sure) is simply repeating the same words over and over. The average American will use about 3,000 words, however the dictionary contains about 50 times as many words. What is the benefit of increasing your vocabulary? Well, if you are a student taking the SAT the answer is obvious. However, even if you just want to learn a new language or learn a new subject in school such as anatomy or geology having a larger vocabulary will help you.

How to Memorize Vocabulary2016-10-22T09:06:17+00:00



One of the biggest breakthroughs for me in the field of memory training in the last 3-5 years has been Character, Action, Object. This concept has been around longer than 3-5 years, however, this is when I first heard about it. If you want to improve your memory retention of cards or numbers I can’t recommend character, action, object highly enough.


How to Count in Japanese


When I was 12 years old I signed up to take Okinawan Karate. I really enjoyed weekly learning the same style of karate that Daniel from the movie The Karate Kid took. I learned self defense, the importance of exercise, gained confidence and even learned a little bit of Japanese! Now, to tell you the truth all I learned was counting and on a recent trip to Narita Japan I did discover it is very tough to carry on a conversation with just numbers! With that said, it is fun to learn bits and pieces of other languages and here is a real simple way to learn how to count in Japanese.

How to Count in Japanese2016-10-22T09:06:16+00:00