Join Paul Nowak for an in-depth discussion in this video Remembering your to-do list, part of Improving Your Memory.
- You can remember anything better by implementing…mental pictures with exaggeration.…In this video we'll talk about memorizing your to-do list,…because your to-do list may need…to be done in a certain order,…we can use either one of two techniques…we discussed in this course.…You can use the memory palace technique,…or the numeric peg system.…Let's review how to apply these techniques to a to-do list.…Earlier in this course we went over…the memory palace technique,…this requires you to come up with…a location you're familiar with, say for example your home,…and then pick a logical order…of sub locations within that place.…
For example, location number one…in your home could be the front door,…location number two could be your hallway,…location number three would be maybe the kitchen,…and so on and so forth.…The location should be logical so that you could…easily picture yourself walking through your home.…To use this system effectively you need to place…what you need to remember at each location,…so if item number one on your to-do list for today…
- Memory principles that work
- Taking notes
- Using songs and rhyming techniques to remember details
- Building a "memory palace"
- Remembering names and passwords
- Memorizing long texts and speeches
Skill Level Beginner
Business Writing Principleswith Judy Steiner-Williams1h 32m Beginner
1. Memory Principles
2. Memory Techniques
3. Using the Numeric Peg System
4. Situational Methods
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