Farrow Memory Method Digital Course

taught by Dave Farrow

Course description

Upgrade Your Brain and Unleash Your Natural Photographic Memory Today! 

Imagine if you could upload knowledge to your mind, if you could treat your brain like a computer, organizing information for quick retrieval. It may sound like science fiction, but this is exactly how Dave Farrow memorized the exact order of 59 decks of shuffled playing cards, earning two Guinness Records for memory.

Diagnosed as a teenager with ADHD and dyslexia, he created a learning system to help him in school. Today, The Farrow Method is an international best-seller, proven to be 3x more effective than other learning methods, in a double-blind neuroscience study at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Taught by Dave Farrow, this system is unique, combining traditional memory techniques as well as methods created exclusively by Dave Farrow. Students will learn unique brain training techniques that help them breeze through work that used to leave them frustrated and overwhelmed. Using the Farrow Method, you can learn faster, activate mental focus at will, recall with high accuracy, understand your brain chemistry to avoid mental fatigue, boost confidence, raise grades, impress others and more.

With the Farrow Method, you can avoid the embarrassment that comes from forgetfulness and be known for your sharp memory!



Dave Farrow
Dave Farrow
2X Guinness Record Holder for Greatest Memory

Dave Farrow is the two-time Guinness Record holder for greatest memory and the CEO of Farrow Memory and Farrow Communications. He has been a featured guest expert on over 2000 interviews in the media including, The Today Show, Live with Regis and Kelly, Steve Harvey, Discovery Channel and many others. To earn the world record, Farrow recalled the exact order of 59 decks of shuffled playing cards using 'The Farrow Memory Method'. This method was originally invented to combat Farrow’s dyslexia and ADHD and is now a unique memory system backed by a double-blind neuroscience study at McGill University.

Course Curriculum

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