While the technique in the previous chapter was focused on using stories to remember collections of words or items, the techniques in this chapter are designed to help you remember any kind of narrative, story, or sequence of events. Whether you want to tell these stories, discuss them, or write about them, these techniques can be used for:
Telling stories to friends, associates, or others
Remembering jokes and punch lines
Making speeches and presentations
Recalling topics you want to talk about in an interview
Learning material for classes
These techniques also can be combined effectively with other techniques that increase your memory for detail, such as the use of imagery and the loci technique, discussed in Chapter ...