How to memorize and recall anything.

How to memorize and recall anything.

Jeff brown and Mark Fenske describe how our memory works in their book, The Winner’s Brain.  At about 18 months, toddlers learn and retain the meaning of up to 10 words per day, and by the time they reach adulthood, most recognize at least 60,000 words.  Plus,...
Memory is declining as we age

Memory is declining as we age

Is memory declining faster than ever? There are many causes of dementia and memory loss declining faster as we grow older; but I believe the two main ones, both involving brain activity, are outlined below. In the past when we needed to know something or solve some...
I'll never forget what's her name.

I'll never forget what's her name.

Back in the late 1970s, when I first decided to carve out a full-time career as a speaker and trainer, I experimented with management topics such as time management, delegation, stress management, leadership, motivation and creativity. I also studied memory training...
Poor memory or attention problem?

Poor memory or attention problem?

Is it poor memory or simply poor memory skills? Some of us have poor powers of observation. We may be uninvolved, passive, and inattentive or distracted, day dreaming or preoccupied with other things. We could be short-changed in a store and not even notice it. We...
What to feed your brain

What to feed your brain

If you want to know what to feed your brain you might be interested in knowing which foods in particular have been found to be good for the brain. Proper nutrition can help prevent cognitive decline. For example, blueberries are believed to reduce the risk of...