I am always saying how I can’t memorize for nothing. It actually takes me at least a month to memorize a poem I wrote, if not longer. Let alone have myself memorizing somebody else’s work or information. I want to learn Spanish since I was 15 and I haven’t, smh. There is definitely something on this list that will help me to do that. Good one to share!
Having a sharp memory is important for a lot of reasons. Not only should it improve your professional life, but going to dinner parties and remembering everyone’s name is downright impressive. If you think you have been cursed with a terrible memory, I have good news for you: that’s not true. Anyone can improve their memory by following this simple advice. Learning how to remember things is vital. Many intelligent people have a hard time remembering things simply because they’re not attempting to recover the information (or store it) properly. Just follow these tips, you’ll see an improvement.
1.) Use the “snooze button:” To remember random information like an address or phone number, instead of repeating it to yourself, just rehearse it every 15 seconds or so for a few minutes. Don’t wait longer than that or else the memory will decay.
2.) The peg system: This may…
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