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Memorizing a Calendar – Numbers 21-31
by On February 13, 2008

Roger SeipIf you listened to your Maximum Performance Memory CD that was given to you at the end of the Memory Training Workshop, you heard a track that dealt with how to memorize a calendar. To do this, you were asked to create images for the numbers 21-31. We often get emails from people that get stuck on creating images for the basic association for these numbers.

Therefore, I wanted to posts a list of possible images. Just remember that these are suggestions and there is no right or wrong picture. These are still using association, which is the most primitive memory technique.

For a more advanced technique, check out the CD program Advanced Numbers and Playing Cards.

Any image works as long as you create it and don’t change it.

If you have any other suggestions, please post them in the comment box.

21 – Blackjack, Beer, Alcohol (age you can drink)
22 – Tutu, Emmitt Smith’s Jersey, .22 Rifle
23 – Michael Jordan’s Jersey, Dr. Pepper (23 flavors), Shepherd (the 23rd Psalm)
24 – Case of Beer, Case of Soda, Backgammon Board (there are 24 points on a Backgammon board), Keifer Sutherland in the TV Show “24”, Gold Bar (24-karat gold)
25 – Quarter ($0.25), Silver (25 year anniversary gift), Major League Baseball (25 is a full MLB roster)
26 – Twin Sax, the Alphabet, Alphabets Cereal, Marathon (the distance is 26 miles)
27 – The age that Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and Kurt Cobain all died, 27 the New Testament (27 Books), Mozart (27 Concertos)
28 – Dominoes (there are 28 dominoes in a regulation set), Teeth (number of teeth in an adult not counting molars), a Nickel (atomic number for nickel is 28)
29 – Cribbage Board (highest possible hand is worth 29), a Rubik’s Cube (a Rubik’s Cube can always be solved in 29 moves or less), Skull (the number of bones in a normal human skull)
30 – Pearls (30 year anniversary gift), The Beatles’ “White Album” (30 tracks)
31 – Halloween, 31 Flavors at Baskin Robbins

If you are seriously about learning how to remember numbers, I HIGHLY recommend checking out Advanced Numbers and Playing Cards program. It teaches the mental file folder system for numbers, not just basic association, which was used on the tree list. Also, the last disc focuses exclusively on using your memory to increase your odds at winning in games of chance such as Blackjack and Texas Hold’em.

Be Free!

Roger Seip

PS – If you have another suggestion for an image for the numbers 21-31, please share with everyone and post a comment below. Feel free to ask any questions as well.

The Tree List
by On February 12, 2008

Roger SeipWe often have graduates of the Memory Training Workshop contact us a few months after their workshop and request a refresher on one or two images from the Tree List. I thought I would post the entire Tree List, 1-20, on our blog so you will always have a handy reference if an image slips your mind.

Before we get to the tree list, I wanted to give a quick reminder to all Memory Training Workshop Graduates. As a graduate, you are a lifetime member of the Memory Training Workshop. This means you can attend any future Memory Training Workshop free of charge. Take a look at our National Workshop Schedule to find a workshop in your area.

To enroll, call 888-233-0407 or email

The Tree List

1. Tree
2. Light Switch (Electrical Outlet in some workshops)
3. Stool
4. Car
5. Glove
6. Gun
7. Dice
8. Skate
9. Cat
10. Bowling Ball
11. Goal Post
12. Eggs
13. Witch
14. Ring
15. Paycheck
16. Drivers License (Candy in some workshops)
17. Magazine
18. 18-Wheeler (Voting Booth in some workshops)
19. Golf Clubs
20. Cigarettes

If you are planning on attending the Memory Training Workshop again, consider bringing a family member. This is especially an invaluable and priceless skill for any school-aged children or young adults…plus the workshop is fun!

When you call or email to re-enroll yourself, ask for the special family member reduced workshop rate.

Be Free!

Roger Seip

Welcome to the Freedom Personal Development Blog!
by On February 11, 2008

Katie BrandtHi! My name is Katie Brandt. I am the Director of Marketing at Freedom Personal Development and the official “Blog Genie.”

This is my seventh year with Freedom and I am extremely excited because I can guarantee this will be our best year to date.

In additional to our Blog, we offering a new workshop series, the Fundamentals of Freedom, nationwide. All of our material has been updated and improved to adhere to our Core Value of Excellence.

If you are reading this, you obviously have found our Blog. This is a new medium of communication that has been taking the web by storm in the last few years. I wanted to post some Frequently Asked Questions so you can get the maximum benefit from our Blog.

Blog FAQ

What is a Blog?
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Katie Brandt
Director of Marketing
Blog Genie