Why do I keep forgetting?3 school-room strategies to improve memory
Most people struggle with a loss of memory to one degree or another. In conversations, our brain is working so fast that while you're talking, you're brain is actually still thinking. I call these "taking side trips". The brain moves five times faster than we speak so it fills in the void, getting you side-tracked or forgetting your original point all together.
Wait. What were we talking about?
Consider that on average we have about 50,000 thoughts a day, most of which are negative. We tend to remember things that are important to us. The brain will associate what's important with "why" it's important and "what's in it for me" - the value.
But how do we remember the things our brain doesn't naturally retain?
A good teacher will say something like, "Pay attention, this is going toRead More »from Why Can't I Remember Little Things?