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July 4, 2022

Never Forget a Password or Seed Phrase

There is no such thing as a good or bad memory. There's only a trained memory and an untrained memory.

Jim Kwik

How do you remember your seed phrase for your crypto wallet—or any password—easily and effortlessly?

Have you ever come up with a password, PIN number, or code only to forget it when you need it most? Or maybe you haven’t forgotten it, but you worry that you will. We live in a technological world, where online security is vital in ensuring your personal, professional, and financial information stays safe.

Today, I want to walk you through a memory exercise to help you remember lists in sequential order. When it comes to certain things—like your crypto seed phrase—the specific order is key. This method is designed to help you learn any series of words, events, places, and more.

I believe the two most costly words in life are “I forgot”. Every time you forget something, you lose time, productivity, relationships, and potentially wealth. Even if you don’t have a password or phrase you need to memorize, this exercise is a great way to stretch your memory muscles. Listen in, as I teach you a fun and effective technique to recall twelve random words.

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Show Notes:

  • Listen as Jim gives you twelve random words. Don’t write them down, just listen and see how many you remember. [2:45]
  • Pause the episode and write down as many as you can recall. [4:00]
  • There are a lot of memory techniques you can use, review the peg method, here, or memory palace, here. But this particular technique is best for sequential memorization. [4:47]
  • Follow along as Jim walks you through the exercise. [
  • Review the words. How many did you remember? [8:36]
  • You can use this technique as a force multiplier for learning and remembering even more. [10:32]
  • If you want to take this exercise even further, be sure to join our Kwik Recall program, here.
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