Golfera Method — 3 Memory Tips

In this article you’ll learn about the Golfera Method — 3 Memory Tips to help you with everyday list memorization or special occasion foreign language learning. Italy’s Mr. Memory, Gianni Golfera may have a rare talent when it comes to memory, but his methods can be learned by anyone. [Read more...]

How to Improve Your Recall

In the last post, you took a memory test to be used as a baseline before you go ahead and learn some memory improvement tips. In this post, you’ll learn some great ideas on how to improve your recall from [Read more...]

Memory Systems and Strategies

Over the years, thousands of people have been trained in memory systems and strategies, yet in general, most people aren’t aware that they can improve the way their brains function when it comes to improving their memory. A system creates an organized way of doing things — and that can be applied to depositing and retrieving information from memory as well as [Read more...]

How Does Multi-Tasking Affect Memory?

When there are meetings to attend, tasks to be completed, deadlines to meet, and phone calls to return, we inevitably try to fit it all into a busy day through multi-tasking. Our interest here in this blog is memory, so the obvious question is “How does multi-tasking affect memory? On caring.com, we learn about the connection between stress, multi-tasking, and the brain. [Read more...]

Best Tip for Remembering Names

Here at ImprovingYourMemoryTechniques.com we strive to bring you the best memory tips to make your work and business life a whole lot easier. Remembering colleagues’ names and customers’ names can be a daunting task — especially if you deal with a lot of people every day. I found the best tip for remembering names on [Read more...]

Rest After Learning

When was the last time you were in a seminar or a training session, and the instructor said, “Sit back. Close your eyes for 10 minutes and rest”? It has probably never happened since most session planners try to cram in as much information as possible. Research tells us that taking a rest after learning something increases retention [Read more...]

How to Remember Dates

Forgetting a friend’s birthday or an important anniversary is bound to get you into trouble. Why do you forget? Probably because dates and numbers aren’t particularly exciting or noteworthy. I think you’ll find this short little article from realsimple.com on how to remember dates helpful. [Read more...]

Best Food to Increase Memory Power

You’ve got an important meeting with a client today and you want to knock it out of the park. Consider adding the best food to increase memory power to your breakfast as [Read more...]

Walking and Improved Memory

Ever thought about holding a walking meeting at work? Instead of getting together in a drab meeting room, try conducting your meeting on-the-go. Plan a walk down the street or in a nearby park.

According to research published in the European Journal of Developmental Psychology, there is a connection between walking and improved memory, specifically working (or short-term) memory in [Read more...]

Does Chocolate Improve Your Memory?

Sounds too delicious to be true. Does Chocolate Improve Your Memory? It seems that way, but we’re not talking about calorie-laden, additive-filled chocolate here. Rather, it’s dark chocolate, specially formulated with a high percentage of cocoa (and its beneficial flavanols), that may be good for your memory. [Read more...]