Mastery – How to Learn Anything Fast by Nishant Kasibhatla (Transcript)

In this presentation, Nishant Kasibhatla, Guinness World Recorder Holder in Memory speaks about four tips to help anyone to learn faster as they journey to success. He shares his reality with his ability to memorize vast amounts of information. How these four tips helped him achieve his goals.

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Nishant Kasibhatla:

Raise your hand if you think you have a fantastic memory. OK, I can see a couple of hands raising. So let me make it easy for you.

I am going to ask you an easy question: raise your hands if you think you have a bad memory. Oh, a lot more hands going up right now. And what about the rest of you who did not raise the hands? You forget to raise your hand?

Well, here’s the good news. It really doesn’t matter whether you think you have a good memory or not. Because it’s a fact that you can train your brain to remember better, to learn faster and to achieve mastery in anything you want in your life.

And I would like to show you something interesting here, which actually demonstrates to you what you can do if you train your brain.

Now I would request any five of you, any five people to volunteer to please come here and write something on the flip chart. Here we got two volunteers right from here. So 1,2,3. Thank you… 4. Thank you.

OK, I promise you, you don’t have to remember anything. So that’s a good thing. Yeah.

OK, so we got one more person, one more person. Come on. Just one more person. I want one more person to come up. Yes, sir, please come. OK. Anyone.

All right, so we got five, so big round of applause for all of them here. Thank you very much for volunteering.

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This is what is going to happen. So I think you can start, you the nearest to the flip chart. So all you need to do is just open it for you.

So all you need to do is to write a six-digit number on this flip chart, write it a little bigger, so everyone in the audience can see so one line, a six-digit number. And after you’ve done this, please pass the marker to the next person you read the six digits, six digits, six digits. Sir is it OK if you stay back after you have written on your digits? Because I need a little bit more help from you. OK, good? OK, perfect.

So I’m going to go behind the flip chart. Because I’m not going to look at these numbers for the next few minutes.

All good so far.

OK, good. So, you also need to write a six-digit. Random number.

All right, so if everything went well, you should have a 30 digit number on the flip chart. Is that correct?

OK, big round of applause for everyone; thank you very much and please have a seat; except you. Can I know your name, please?

Angelo? So Angelo is here, a big round of applause for Angelo because you’re going to help a little with one more thing.

OK, now what’s going to happen is I’m going to stand behind the flip chart. Angelo, if you don’t mind, can you please call these numbers to me out loud to me one by one? Go ahead.

Angelo: 7


Angelo: 7


Angelo: 7


Angelo:  1


Angelo:  2


Angelo:  0


Angelo: 4


Angelo: 8


Angelo:  6

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