I could overwhelm you with statistics showing how improving your memory will positively impact your professional and personal life... but what's the point? Who doesn't want to remember more?
So let's jump right in.
Here are six ways you can improve your memory from Belle Beth Cooper, content crafter atBuffer, the social media management tool that lets you schedule, automate, and analyze social-media updates. (Belle Beth was also the source for two extremely popular articles, 5 Scientifically Proven Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder and 5 Incredibly Effective Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder. And yes, my headline creativity levels were clearly on a down-swing.)
Here's Belle Beth:
Science continually finds new connections between simple things we can do every day that will improve our general memory capacity.
Memory is a complicated process that's made up of a few different brain activities. Before we look at ways to improve retention, here is a simplified version to show how memory takes place: Continue reading.
Originally posted on Inc.com.
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