David Perell+ Your Authors @david_perell "The Writing Guy" | I tweet about business, online learning, and Internet writing | My Podcast: perell.com/podcast | My writing school: writeofpassage.school/ Jan. 13, 2020 1 min read + Your Authors

Great athletes seem to have incredible memories.

• Tiger Woods remembers the golf shots he hit 20 years ago.

• Chess masters still analyze their most famous games, years after they happen.

• LeBron James can break down plays with perfect precision.

 https://youtu.be/HG6M2xQZvj0 

Here’s a clue from an excellent essay from @michael_nielsen and @andy_matuschak.

What do you think is going on here?

Here’s a video of Tiger Woods remembering his 1997 win at The Masters — 21 years after the tournament.

He remembers yardages, club selections, wind conditions, and momentum swings.

Incredible recall.

 https://youtu.be/xJZjqjVGZSw 


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