Get Real-Life Strategies So You Can Trust Your Memory Again...Starting Today

Imagine a life where you:

  • Never lost your keys, wallet or phone
  • Remembered important appointments with ease
  • Knew exactly what to say so that friends and family will happily give you the help you need to remember things
  • Never have to worry if you’d left the oven on, the car unlocked, or the washing in the washing machine
  • Knew exactly which medication to take when, and always knew if you’d already taken it

If all these things are already easy for you, then you can stop reading right now.

However, if you find it a struggle each day to remember simple things…
...If you’re constantly trying to write things down to remember them...
...If you often feel worried that you will forget important appointments...
...and if have loved ones get annoyed with you because you seem to remember some things and forget others….

Then we have something that will help you fix all these problems. When you have a great memory, you’ll:

  • Feel confident that you can manage your life by yourself, and take care of all the important things
  • Regain your sense of purpose and identity
  • Feel like yourself again
  • Be able to trust your brain to do it's job like it used to

Why Memory?

There’s many reasons why people have impaired memory. It could be age related, from strokes, operations, diseases like dementia or alzheimers, from medication or from an accident.

If you have chronic pain, it could be a combination of medications clouding your mind, or the very real ‘brain fog’ that comes from the cognitive overload of dealing with constant pain. 

Whatever the reason, memory impairment is a very real, but invisible problem. It can cause anxiety, frustration, and loss of confidence.

It can create problems at home, and issues when you leave the house to get things or meet up with friends. It can make it hard to get the help you need from medical people, and very hard to hold down a job.

The Many Challenges of
Short Term Memory Loss

People with memory loss may feel like they can no longer trust their brains. 

They go from competent, high-functioning individuals, to struggling to hold things together. 

Here are some comments I received when I asked our audience about how their memory affected their lives: 

I feel if my memory was better I would feel less tired”

I think it has become more of a problem as my pain has increased"

I’m just frustrated at small things I can't remember”

I’m ineffective at work - I literally forget what I was doing”

I've been accused of lying.”

We all take our memory for granted...until it stops working well. 

If you have memory impairment, it affects all parts of your life. For example:

  • It’s tiring to always have to check, remember what you’ve forgotten, and put things on your to-do list (only to see you’ve already added the item multiple times.)
  • Going out with friends can end up being stressful rather than fun, because you have to concentrate extra hard when people are all talking at the same time. It’s all but impossible to hold all the conversation points in your head at once.
  • It can cause conflict at home, when your spouse can’t understand why some things are easy for you to remember, while others vanish like smoke. (Ever been accused of having ‘selective memory?’ There’s a good reason why this happens, and knowing it helps end the conflict.)

If you’re nodding your head along to this, then it’s likely you’ve experienced these kinds of problems before.

So if you’re wanting to do something about it, the next logical step is to go online, or head to the library, and figure out how to improve your memory. 

And that’s where many people hit a roadblock. 

Here’s a story to illustrate what I mean….

The Problem with Most
‘Improve Your Memory’ Advice

Have you ever been given directions to get somewhere by someone who’s been there a thousand times?

Unless they’re really good at giving directions (and most people aren’t) their instructions will be just about useless. 

They’ll be full of things like:

“Turn right at TJ’s electric store,” (Who is TJ? What’s his store look like?”

“Then head Southwest for 3 miles,” (Which way is Southwest?)

And my favourite: “And then you’ll see it at the top of the rise. You can’t miss it.”

Yes, you can, and you probably will. 

The truth is, someone who already knows what to look for can’t miss it. But they don’t need directions. If you’ve never been there before, it’s easy to miss it.

Most memory courses have the same problems as these useless directions. 

They’re either:

  • Theoretical (the person who made the course doesn’t actually use or need the material)

  • For people who have normal memories, but want to make them better
  • Or they’re memory games, where you get better at playing the game, but your skills are no use at all in real life

This is where Chris comes in, and the story gets really interesting. 

Chris’s Story

Most people, having survived cancer, suffered memory loss after a heart operation, and dealing with daily pain from nerve damage, would have thrown in the towel, dosed up on pain meds, and spent their days watching Seinfeld reruns. 

Not Chris. 

Chris is a problem solver, and one of the most inspiring, smart and positive people you’re likely to meet.

While recovering form the operation to fix her heart, which had been damaged by her cancer treatment, Chris realised her memory had been hugely affected. 

She was left with a memory she describes as being similar to Dory from Finding Nemo. (Here’s a clip if you haven’t watched the film.)

Being a determined individual, a professional researcher, and a university lecturer, Chris embarked on a quest to find the best resources she could on improving her memory. 

But the search for memory experts didn’t go as planned. 

Here’s what happened in Chris’s words:

"I went to this memory expert and asked the question: “What can I do to improve my memory and do you have any tools to help me cope with memory impairment?” 

And the answer to that, which I found utterly flabbergasting, was: “Just write more things down.”

I then went to another memory clinic, and I was telling them about the systems I’d developed to do things like always find my keys and phone. I asked them what techniques they had to further help me.

The specialist said to me: “Well really, you've taught us a lot and there's nothing that we can tell you that you're not already doing.”

This is when I decided to put this resources together, for people like me, who need real, practical help to navigate life with memory impairment.

So after very quickly tapping out what memory clinics had to offer, Chris started began documenting her own systems and strategies to cope with her memory challenges.

These strategies have been developed by Chris over the last few years, and help her live life and manage day to day tasks.

After learning these techniques, you’ll be able to confidently depend on your brain. It’s a set of skills that will have you managing real life situations with ease, and improving your working memory over time.

You’ll learn things like:

  • How to improve your energy so you’ll have power for your brain to function at its best
  • When in the day to learn new things
  • Emotional traps with memory and how to avoid them
  • How memory works
  • How to use Neuroplasticity to regain your brain function and memory

Then there’s managing practical day-to-day issues, that people with normal memory take for granted,, but which are a continual challenge for someone with memory impairment. Like:

  • Remembering what the speed limit has changed to
  • Remembering household chores like hanging out washing, and putting out the rubbish on the right days,
  • Retaining what you’ve read
  • Keeping track of multi task situations, like having friends over while you’re cooking different dishes in the kitchen

Chris teamed up with Dr Jonathan Kuttner to provide the science-based foundation of this course. 

They looked at the bigger, lifestyle elements which affect memory and mental focus. Things like:

  • The role of diet, nutrition and exercise in improving your memory and mental focus (this is key)
  • What to say to doctors and medical people so they’ll give you important information in a way you’ll be able to retain and use
  • How to get family members on board with your memory challenges
  • What to tell strangers so they’ll be patient and repeat things for you (and not at double speed)
  • How to talk to yourself and treat yourself well when you’re having memory challenges. (This is key, because it can be very frustrating to have short term memory issues)

Introducing Memory Lab: Proven Techniques to Navigate Life with Ease & Remember the Important Things

The Memory Lab course is the first of its kind: a course designed by someone with memory challenges for people with memory challenges.

You’ll get strategies to deal with: 

The Memory Course that’s Designed to be Easy to Remember

When Chris started her quest to improve her memory, she found a lot of the resources were unusable for someone with memory impairment. 

She found books on improving memory that were filled with big blocks of text which are impossible to retain. 

She encountered complicated systems totally divorced from reality. In fact, even someone with a normal memory might have difficulty using many memory resources. 

This course is different. 

It has the principles of memorability baked into it. This means:

  • Lots of visual cues, so you’ll know exactly where you are, and where to go next
  • Repetition and summary, so you won’t need to constantly replay videos just to get the main points
  • Strong visual elements - humans are designed to have their visual sense be the strongest. That’s why the ‘I remember faces, but not names’ is such a common thing. This course is designed to take advantage of this, with lots of strong visual cues to jog your memory and make the techniques easy to retain
  • Bite-sized portions - all the videos are quite short, so you won’t have to wade through 2 hours of content to get to the action steps

Join Memory Lab Today, and Discover:

  • How to use the technology you already own as your "Extra Memory"
  • Why handwriting is far better than typing for info retention
  • How to train your phone to be your personal secretary, calendar, and appointment keeper
  • The one thing to do before you read something that doubles how much you’ll remember after
  • Why re-reading material to remember it doesn’t work (and what will)
  • How to never lose your car again
  • The optimal time of day to work / learn
  • The simple scientific fact that will make you feel smart and competent again, no matter the state of your memory
  • How your brain can start to repair your memory after an injury

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a very poor memory - will this course work for me?
This course was designed and developed by Chris, who, when she was tested, has a memory at the ‘severely impaired’ part of the spectrum. This memory impairment occurred from brain damage sustained during heart surgery. Therefore the course is purposefully designed to work even for people with poor memories.

I find it hard to concentrate, how hard to use is this course?
Again, Memory Lab has been designed by Chris expressly to be easy to use for people with memory and concentration difficulties. Every section is colour coded, there’s charts and tables created for quick scanning and recall, and lots of repetition built into the material. 

How long will it take to go through this course?
This course is designed to be a buffet, where you pick and choose the strategies you need for your particular challenge. 

There’s no set pace you need to go at, just your own pace. And because you’ll have lifetime access, the support and strategies are there for you whenever you need them. 


You can try out the techniques risk free for 2 months. If you're not completely happy with your results, just email me and you can get a courteous and prompt 100% refund - no questions asked.

We can’t guarantee your results. We can guarantee that you will get a step by step process that has helped thousands of people. It's up to you to take action though.

One thing we can guarantee is this: if you don’t take action – nothing will change.


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Why You Should Get Memory Lab Today

Memory issues can be a never ending source of anxiety, frustration, missed opportunities, and stress. It’s not something that’s likely to get better on its own.

If you don’t take control, this will end up controlling you. And the sooner take action to seize back your mind, the sooner you’ll end up feeling smart, confident and competent again.

It took Chris a few years to create and organise these strategies. You could develop your own strategies, but why not take shortcut the process and simply use what already works? Here’s where to get your copy today >>>

Why put up with years of frustration and energy wasted on trying to ‘get by’ with an impaired memory? 

In the Memory Lab, you’ll get all the solutions to memory challenges, and techniques to build your memory back up so you’re able to confidently get on with your life, and feel on top of things again. 

Right now, there’ll be two groups of people reading this. The ones who say “Well, I just have a terrible memory. That’s all there is to it, and there’s nothing I can do.”

And then there’s those who won’t just settle on a life filled with frustration. They insist on doing what works to improve their memory and get the best out of life. 

If that’s you, then the Memory Lab will shortcut years off your learning curve, and get you very quickly to the point where your memory ceases to be an issue in your life, and you can enjoy the good life with your friends and loved ones.


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