First, it's essential to pay attention to the information you're trying to remember. If you're distracted or not paying attention, your brain will not store it in your long-term memory. Also, try to break down the information into smaller pieces and repeat it to yourself. It will help your short-term memory hold onto the information longer.
Repetition, visual aids like diagrams or pictures, taking notes, and memory techniques will help.
There are several techniques to remember better, the three most popular being the LOCI method, the Peg Method, and the Link System.
• In summary, the LOCI METHOD uses your environment at home, school, or one of your favorite destinations as a map to remember a list of things to do, a presentation to deliver, a book, or a document.
• The Peg Method associates numbers with images of objects that are easy to remember with these numbers.
• The Link System pairs successive items.
Future posts will explain these techniques, and there are numerous courses to learn them.