Tag Archives: memory

The Lost Art of Memorization

Since the beginning of time, man has accumulated information. Historical finds have documented this fact with discoveries in art, writing, the printed word, and song. Due to limited literacy, most societies have relied at least somewhat on oral tradition and memorization to capture and retain the important. Recently, the advent of the Internet, handheld computers,

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Stop Leaving Items Behind

Do you have trouble losing items when you are on the go? Here’s a way to stop leaving things behind. Living in the world today means being out and about. Whether we ride a train to work, hop in a cab to get to the airport, or tote the family in the car, we need

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I Can’t Remember

Memory is a big subject – much bigger than a blog post! But nothing is more frustrating than not being able to remember something you need – it feels disorganized and out of control. Forgetting things wastes time and frustrates us. For some, failing memory is an indicator of a bigger problem. I’ve heard that

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Load, Relax, Capture

Ever met someone who seemed to have it all together? Life just seems “easier” for him; he always has great ideas, doesn’t forget things, and is very productive? Many creative and efficient people have discovered the benefits of what I call “Load, Relax, Capture.” This is a life strategy for receiving, processing and building on the

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