How many digits of pi can you remember? If it's not 22,500, you've got nothing on David Thomas. He's a World Memory Championships medallist and an International Grandmaster of Memory — and, yes, he holds a Guinness World Record for memorizing and reciting pi to more than 22,000 places without a single mistake. In his Udemy course, "How to Develop an Awesome Memory," Thomas shares the techniques he used to achieve that feat to help you develop a superhuman memory of your own — or at least remember names and phone numbers a little better.
Here are three things we learned from his course, which goes in-depth with detailed exercises to help you really grasp the techniques.