How to Memorize Using Brief Recall
Memory is the foundation of learning. You can memorize more quickly with greater recall and longer retention by practicing systematic recall. Get-It-Done Guy teaches you how.
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Very recent research is showing that what may help long-term memory formation is memory rehearsal during sleep. If you record what you’re learning and play it back while you’re sleeping (like, say, in a podcast form), it helps your brain memorize and consolidate the information. It doesn’t work for learning new material, but it does work for reinforcing something your brain is already working on.
If you want to increase memory and become awesome, having access to Google won’t do it. You need to learn how to memorize information yourself, so your brain has it available at the right times. Take notes as you learn, then rehearse the recall and review the notes at intervals: a day, week, month, six months, and a year. Don’t cram, but if you really want to speed up memorization, listen to a recap of the material as you sleep. Soon you’ll be able to memorize an entire dictionary. A rhyming dictionary. Just like Edgar Allen Poe. Whom now I quothe, “Nevermore.”
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