A really cool observation from my memory coaching session last week. In order to memorise and retain information better, we are taught to create elaborate stories, creative images, and use our imagination extensively.
I feel like many people know the benefits of journalling. However, not many do the act. And I get it. I personally found another use for it. I use it with my clients to help them learn better. There really are no rules for journalling. So I have my clients write down their memory progress.
What is the Memory Palace Technique? In this exploration, we delve into the captivating realm of the Memory Palace, a mnemonic strategy revered for its ability to dramatically enhance memory capabilities. The Memory Palace, known historically as the Method of Loci, transcends traditional memorization techniques.
Memory is an enigmatic, innate capability of the human mind. Its potential is immense, and when harnessed correctly, it can serve as an extremely powerful tool for our day-to-day interactions, learning experiences, and overall personal development. To truly tap into the power of memory, we must recognize and understand two key aspects: implementing acquired memory techniques in everyday life and the regular practice of specific memory training exercises.
Abstract words can often seem like a labyrinth for many when it comes to comprehension and retention. Words like ‘necessary,’ ‘creativity,’ and even ‘abstract’ itself can present a challenge to visualize and remember. However, through a series of exercises and strategies, this blog post will guide you towards mastering these abstract words and improving your overall understanding and memory.
Memory training: it might sound daunting, but its importance can’t be overstated. Through memory training, we can achieve higher levels of focus, increased concentration, and improved attentiveness. As we sharpen our memory skills, our capacity to absorb new information and learn more effectively naturally heightens. But how exactly can we train our memory?
Memory training is practising the skill of memorisation through a series of exercises. There are countless exercises to train your memory. More importantly, is the ability to improve your performance on those exercises which builds up mental capacity, processing speed and strengthens the neural connections created in the brain.
A good way to train your memory is to go through failure. This can be done through training your memory online.
Imagination — we all have it, we all use it, but not all of us know the power that it yields to help us do extraordinary things. If you use your imagination, you can remember anything. It’s as simple as that. When people think of memory, they think of repetition and the stress associated with it.
How do you make visualisation powerful for more engaging storytelling? Memory training and improvement begins with enhancing one’s visualisation process in order to tell better stories. Stories is what connects. Stories provide engagement in the brain which helps to remember.