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Simple, Practical, "Common Sense" Tips to Remember More & Forget Less
You are here because your memory is not as good as you would like. Why might this be?
Well, the internet has all the facts we need at our fingertips. Then cameras store our pictures, and smartphones contain the phone numbers of everyone we know. With so much information being recorded for us, the brain has little that it actually needs to remember. This may be good for productivity, but is bad for our memories.
The problem is when we apply our memories less and less, our ability to remember can also get worse and worse....
The solution here is simple. We must practice and exercise our memories. Thankfully, in Practical Memory you will discover simple systems and exercises anyone can use to improve their memory.
This way, you can see progress immediately, without needing to spend precious time learning difficult techniques (as with many other memory books).
Internationally bestselling author I. C. Robledo has examined "ordinary" people with powerful memories. Studying such people is useful because they tend to use simple, practical "common sense" systems that we could all benefit from. Now, those tips are all compiled here into one convenient resource.
Inside, you will discover:
- How to recall even the most difficult memories (e.g., on the tip of your tongue)
- Why intending or planning to remember is a key step to building memories
- How to stop forgetting your purse/wallet, phone, camera, etc.
- Why too much routine can be bad for your ability to remember
- How to remember where you parked the car
- Special tips for how to remember new locations when traveling (and stop getting lost)
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About the Author
I. C. Robledo is an internationally bestselling author who received his B.A. from Purdue University in psychology, and his M.S. from the University of Oklahoma in industrial-organizational psychology. His books are meant to help readers build their intellectual, creative, and mindful abilities.