Memories from a man’s point of view

Okay, so men are constantly accused by their family and friends of not hearing or remembering a lot of things throughout their lives. From my point of view, this has not been much of a problem because these same people are more than happy to remember for me. Enablers, one might say.

But now, I might be in need of taking things said to me and somehow get them to the place in my brain that stores information for more than five minutes.  So what can I do?  There are many suggestions for all ages of people, but here are a few which I picked up recently from Kendra Cherry, Psychology Expert.

There are any number of online exercises, techniques, and strategies to improve both short-term and long-term memory. However, you must devote some time regularly to such training to realize the benefits. Evidently, short-term memory will only last 20 to 30 seconds. So some fast transfer methods are needed! We must apply other means to keep up with what we want to remember. Keeping a sharp memory is a lifelong challenge and requires attention and information consolidation.


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