I was married with two kids, I worked on and off campus full-time, and my time for class attendance and studying was very limited. I discovered a way to minimize the amount of time it took me to master the vocabulary, rudimentary concepts, and more sophisticated concepts and processes of the courses I was taking to secure my undergraduate degree.
After I graduated college and entered professional life, I used these same memory techniques as a means of quickly coming up to speed in various industries that I worked in.
A couple of years ago, I was surveying literature and training materials related to project management and, specifically, project management certification training and test preparation. It was then that I was motivated to share my own success with the memory techniques I had utilized all those years before.
I have furnished a methodology my books that, if taken seriously and practiced in short regular sessions, a busy professional can master all the core knowledge areas of Project Management (PM) in a very short period of time. And because I have used the Project Management Institute’s(PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) as my outline, the same individual could sit for a professional project management certification examination knowing that they can reliably retrieve the information from memory and confidently supply their answers to test questions.