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8 Ways to Train Your Brain to Learn Faster and Remember More

8 Ways to Train Your Brain to Learn Faster and Remember More
You go to the gym to train your muscles. You run outside or go for hikes to train your endurance. Or, maybe you do neither of those, but still wish you exercised more. Well, here is how to train one of the most important parts of your body: your brain. When you train your brain, you will: Avoid embarrassing situations: you remember his face, but what was his name? So how do you train your brain to learn faster and remember more? 1. Twyla Tharp, a NYC-based renowned choreographer has come up with the following memory workout: when she watches one of her performances, she tries to remember the first twelve to fourteen corrections she wants to discuss with her cast without writing them down. The practice of both remembering events or things and then discussing them with others has actually been supported by brain fitness studies. What is the simplest way to help yourself remember what you see? For example, say you just met someone new. “Hi, my name is George” 2. Say you are a procrastinator.

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