Nelson Dellis holds a number of memory records, including the US national record for memorizing the most names in 15 minutes, 201 names. He currently ranks 45th in the world as a memory athlete. Dellis is a highly sought after memory expert and public speaker and has made appearances on NBC's Today show, ABC Nightline, The Dr. Oz Show, The Katie Couric Show, TIME.com, Oprah Winfrey Network, CNN.com, National Geographic Magazine, and more. Dellis climbs mountains around the world to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer's Disease through his charity, Climb for Memory.
"Nelson Dellis's Remember It! is filled with clever tips and
tricks for remembering like a memory champion."--Joshua Foer "New
York Times bestselling author of Moonwalking with Einstein "
"This book will make remarkable memory an ordinary part of your life, and you will not find a more engaging teacher than Nelson Dellis. I have been using the techniques in this book every day, and if you do the same you will never again forget to Remember It!"
--Dr. Sanjay Gupta "Staff Neurosurgeon, Emory Clinic, and Chief Medical Correspondent, CNN "
"Hearing what Nelson can do with his memory impressed me. But watching him recall and then teach me exactly how he did it is even better. I can't wait for everyone to learn his simple techniques and realize what their memory is capable of."
--Lewis Howes "New York Times bestselling author and host of the School of Greatness podcast "
"Too many people fear memory changes without realizing that they can exercise and improve it greatly. Remember It! is the ultimate how-to guide for memory enhancement. Written by four-time USA Memory Champion Nelson Dellis, it outlines a practical, comprehensive, and life-changing path to achieving the memory abilities that you have always dreamed of!"--Marc Agronin, MD "author of The End of Old Age: Living a Longer, More Purposeful Life "
"Remember It! is a classic! It's the most practically useful--and yes, memorable--book on memory I've ever read."--Barbara Oakley, PhD "author of Learning How to Learn and co-instructor of the world's largest open online course "
"A deep dive into the practicality--and the fun--of training our brains to remember absolutely anything."--Gabriel Wyner "author of Fluent Forever: How to Learn Any Language Fast and Never Forget It "
"What a wonderful book! You will learn both classic and modern memory techniques that can help you in almost any situation. I have been involved in the academic study of memory my whole life, and I learned interesting new information from Remember It!"
--Henry L. Roediger III "Professor of Psychology at Washington University in St. Louis and coauthor of Make It Stick "
"Written with clarity and wit, Remember It! is a fun and practical guide for improving your memory. Nelson Dellis is the supreme expert on this subject, and he certainly practices what he preaches."--Arthur Benjamin "Professor of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College, and author of Secrets of Mental Math "
"Nelson teaches memory techniques that have helped me hold on to big numbers in my head for longer. Remember It! is a must-have if you're interested in boosting your memory!"--Scott Flansburg "the Human Calculator, Guinness World Record holder in mental calculation, and author of Math Magic "
"Nelson Dellis awakens us to a capacity few people realize they possess: the ability to remember just about anything. An enthralling journey through the landscape of memory from one of its most experienced travelers, Remember It! lucidly breaks down the science of mnemonics for those seeking to hulk out their own powers of recall."--Alex Stone "author of Fooling Houdini: Magicians, Mentalists, Math Geeks, and the Hidden Powers of the Mind "
"Remember It! is truly a bootcamp for your brain. Dellis shows anyone the path to a better memory, a path that's full of colourful anecdotes about the human mind."--Ed Cooke "Grandmaster of Memory and co-founder and CEO of Memrise "
"Nelson is a genuine expert on every aspect of memory, and this book will teach you everything you need to know, whether your aim is to remember a shopping list or become the world memory champion!"
--Ben Pridmore "three-time World Memory Champion and Grandmaster of Memory "