Brain Power: How to Improve Your Memory and Speed Reading Techniques Faster and More Efficiently
By: Sandra David
Copyright 2012 by Sandra David
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Ever walked into a room and then could not remember why?
Ever gone to the store with a short list and realize when you get home that you have forgotten one or two things?
Do you struggle to remember names of the people that you just met?
That is awkward, especially in a work setting, is it not?
Is the only way you can remember phone numbers is to write them down?
Memory is a tricky thing. We might not remember what we ate for breakfast, but we can recall down to the last detail something that may have happened a week ago.
Some people seem to have a flawless memory, pulling up facts with ease about events from the past.
Granted, some people are wired to remember things easier, and so they can easier recall their memories while others have to think about it for a lot longer.
From remembering the groceries, to remembering meetings at work, our minds are always full of things that we must remember.
Some people have to write everything down, something that the digital age has helped with greatly, but still, it is time consuming to have to write everything down.