British mnemonist and an author of memory-related books. He is the eight time World Memory Champion and works as a trainer for Peak Performance Training. He began developing his mnemonic techniques in 1987 when he saw Creighton Carvello memorize a pack of 52 playing cards in less than three minutes how to develop a brilliant memory week by week pdf the BBC television programme Record Breakers.
In order to memorize numbers, O’Brien developed the mnemonic Dominic system, which is similar to the Major System. He has written books about memorization techniques such as How to Develop a Perfect Memory, Quantum Memory Power, Learn to Remember, How to Pass Exams, The Winning Hand, and The Amazing Memory Box. He gives lectures, and has been seen on television programmes such as The Human Body.
He was able to correctly recite their order, making only eight errors, four of which he immediately corrected when told he was wrong. Memory Tips from Dominic O’Brien”. This page was last edited on 10 September 2017, at 11:28.
Some of the Discworld gods at Dunmanifestin. As an interesting background detail, the little sun over the gaming table has an attendant dung beetle on it.
The Discworld gods are the fictional deities from Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series of fantasy novels. The Discworld, being a flat disc supported on the backs of four elephants on top of a giant flying turtle, exists in a region of the universe where reality is somewhat less consistent than it appears in our own, more mundane corner of existence. Because reality on the Disc is so fragile and malleable, belief has a tendency to take on a life of its own, and gods are far more obvious to the people of the Disc than they appear to us.
Gods are everywhere on the Discworld, a crucial element of the world’s peculiar ecology that gives power to belief and demands resolution to any and all narratives. Most gods remain small and unknown, but a very few come to the notice of humanity, whose belief then shapes and strengthens them until they gather enough power to join the Disc’s vast, unwieldy pantheon.