Summary:
Some people have really good memories. Some people have decent memories. And then there are those who have championship caliber memory capabilities. Learn about the strategies that helped  “memory athlete” Munkhshur Narmandakh memorize more than 6,000 binary digits in just 30 minutes. Those same strategies also helped Alex Mullen, a three-time World Memory Champion memorize the order of a full deck of 52 cards in 15 seconds.

Our Advice: Being able to quickly store and retain a lot of information
is an advantage in today's information driven world.  While most of us
aren't trying to compete in memory world championships any time soon,
a few tips from the world's best can go a long way.

Source: New York times