MEMORY IMPROVEMENT: The Memory Book to Improve and Increase Your Brain Power – Brain Food and Brain Health Habits to Enhance Your Memory, Remember More and Forget Less
Our memory is one of those things we always think we need to improve but don’t actually get around to doing anything about. This is quite tragic, in my opinion, because memory improvement is something that is easy to do and doesn’t require any special abilities or superpowers. Yet, it is one of those things which when mastered resembles a superpower.
What are you willing to give up in order to attain a great memory? All of us are familiar with the saying ‘in order to gain something one must give something up’. Usually, this conjures images of great sacrifice and a monk-like lifestyle. Well, in this case, all you need to give up is the price of this book and its predecessors in this series: “Photographic Memory” and “Memory Training”.
You will need to spend some time, of course. However, the good news is that you don’t need to lock yourself in a room to specifically practice any of the techniques in this book. Well, you can if you want to but it isn’t necessary. You can do all of them as you go about your day.
The best part of all this, as you will find out, is that an improved memory will benefit your ability to pick up a number of skills, aside from being a party conversation starter. Skills such as the ability to remember entire speeches, historical facts, learn foreign languages, sort out your daily tasks and so on. Last but not least, I’ll also show you how an improved memory will improve your bottom line, that is put more cash into your wallet.
So what can you expect in the following pages? Can you turn into a memory supergiant? Well, that depends on you. The techniques do take work and a lot of people sabotage themselves by doing too much too soon. Take it slow and give your brain some time to adjust and catch up to things. You’ll find that the adage ‘slow and steady wins the race’ very apt when it comes to training your memory. Remember that having a large memory is a skill. Like every other skill, you need to practice and exercise it. Think of your memory like a muscle that needs to be worked out. Exercise it too much and it exhausts itself and you risk an injury. Don’t exercise it and it withers away.
Give yourself adequate rest and take it easy. You don’t have to learn this stuff overnight. If you’ve practiced memory improvement techniques before, then you will be familiar with some of the ideas in this book. However, there are a number of more advanced techniques I will illustrate. Along the way, you will also learn how to adapt memory techniques to specific situations, all the way from using it to remember numbers, to learning a new language.
First of all though, it is important to understand the physiology of your brain. So without further ado, let’s look at this first.
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