Memory: how to develop, train and use it and practical mental influence
The success of every individual in his every day life, business, trade or other occupation depends in one way another upon possessing a good memory. The idea of cultivating a good memory is carried out in detail as the reader progresses with the various stages of the subject through this book. The reader will see that the first thing to do is to find something to remember; then to impress that thing clearly and distinctly upon the receptive tablets of the memory; then to exercise the remembrance in the direction of bringing out the stored facts of the memory; then to acquire the scientific methods of recollecting special items of memory that may be necessary at some special time.
William Walker Atkinson