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Feeling stressed?
Whenever you feel stress you’re actually creating stories in your head about a certain situation. The more detail in the story, the greater the stress becomes. Guess what? You can REVERSE this stress using memory principles. By training your brain in memory techniques, you’re learning how to make things more memorable. You also learn and understand what DOES NOT make things memorable. Why is this important for reducing stress?

How To Reverse Your Stress!

    Remembering someone’s name is important. But do you know why? Here are just some reasons.

    – Makes the other person feel important
    – Builds relationships
    – Builds trust
    – Can be a confirmation of understanding that person whilst they are talking

    Why Remembering Names Is Important

      It is that time of the year once again. The slate is fresh, parents are anxious, excited, and want the best for their child. If you are a student, or even a parent reading this, here are seven tips to help you transition back to school in the most productive way and get ahead of the class!

      1. Mind Map your textbooks!

      This is probably one of the best things you can do as a student. Mind Mapping, if you don’t know, helps you to organise large amounts of information on to one big page. It looks like one big map with squiggly lines known as branches.

      7 Back To School Study Tips For Students

        To be able to master your memory and become an expert, I suggest the following:

        1. Read as many books, articles, websites, and information you can on memory improvement.

        2. Practice what you’ve learned through that knowledge. Knowledge is useless if it is not practiced. So as soon as you learn something, practice it as much as you can.

        5 Quick Tips To Master Your Memory

          Covid-19 has thrown daily routines and schedules away for many people causing mental instability, in particular to learning. Learning itself is quite an active task. There is a fair bit of effort and energy that goes in to the activity of learning. When routines are affected, extra energy is required in order to engage in any learning task. This is where challenges can present and make it difficult for anyone to take on the task of learning.

          Motivation To Learn During A Pandemic

            Procrastination is a productivity killer. It can delay you from doing tasks you really need to do and reduce the overall quality of work. This wasting of time can promote negative feelings and may also lead to mental health issues. However, not all procrastination is procrastination. Being able to determine what is and isn’t procrastination can help you be more mindful and keep you on track.

            How To Beat Procrastination For Good

              Because I’ve memorised two Yellow pages phone books, broken memory records, written two international bestselling books in ten days, whilst completing two Masters Degrees and working two jobs, people think that I’m gifted with super powers.

              To say these achievements were a result of being born with a special gift annoys me. It discounts a lot of the sheer amount of hours and hard work, adversity and stress and efforts put in to make those accomplishments a reality.

              How To Learn How To Achieve Success

                Being in lockdown has given most of us some valuable time. While it’s great to have time for ourselves, learning can still feel like a challenge, despite having more capacity to do so.

                It’s extremely easy to eat more, watch tv, procrastinate, play games, and the like, because our brain has a natural tendency to go towards those activities as there’s less effort involved in mental encoding. Add the rush of endorphins from binge-watching your favourite Netflix shows, and learning can seem like a very distant chore. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

                3 Key Tips To Learning In Lockdown

                  I was never a big reader. I have no idea how I made it through school. I would read a sentence and almost immediately forget what I had read. Multiply that by a few pages and trying to recall written information was a fairly difficult task. Especially if it was ‘technical’ content, then I would have to go back and re-read many times over. Just so I can fully understand what I had gone through.

                  The Ultimate Guide To Speed Reading (How To Read Faster and Better)

                    Here’s the scenario: You are the CEO of a large organisation. You get called into a meeting where there are several employees and stakeholders present that you haven’t yet met. One by one they reach out to shake your hand and tell you their name. You sit down and prepare yourself for the meeting. However there is just one thing — you’ve forgotten the names of the people you just shook hands with. What a bummer!

                    How To Remember and Memorize Names