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The Millionaire Guide on how to Memorize Things Effectively


I will acknowledge that every day we take time to possible learn a new thing but sadly forget and the blame ought to be on someone or something as some claims “lol”. Daily, everyone notice series of events however after a period of time everything studied seems to have being forgotten. 


Coming to the millionaire guide on how to memorize things effective, I want to firstly inform you’re that a lot of odd factors contribute to this and to some it’s just superb opposite. Just a few of the many factors affecting the brain retentively can cause or result in information lose, inability to retain and lose of zeal in studying or reading.


However, this post is primarily focused on some effective and highly recommended, tested and trusted ways on how to memorize things quickly and effectively.


1. The Retentive Formula

A German Scientist named Hermann Ebbinghaus during his research about the brain memory and it retentive mood of functioning stated that after reading a bulky material, the tendency of possibly forgetting about 70% in an hour is highly likely. 


Furthermore with his curve, he claimed that if this is not the case then it implies we initiate an alternative mood called the retentive formula. In situation where we don’t go back to read again or review whatever we have studied then the brain gradually forgets some and that is automatically gone until we remind ourselves again.


Obviously, studied information primarily in the long term memory of the brain usually stay for quite a longer while. His formula clearly implied that success also depends on the repetition of any studied material to remind the brain of it and move it to a long term memory. 


Importantly, moving information already studied to the long term memory sphere means little work from us such as going through the material 30 minutes after reading, skim the material an hour or two later and lastly go through it in 6hours time. Endeavor to write whatever the brain remembers without looking at the material to force out the already stored stuff.



2. Contextual Imagination

For some given bulky materials or academic work load which also includes research works and Math’s topics, it might look like a night mare because of the complexity added to the fact we have zero idea on the subject.


Personally, I recommend a quick skimming of the material and depends on the subject in question your can draw great imaginative sketch on the subject in question. This scenario may never apply to problems like maths because that requires a lot of brain works and concentration. However, for other subject matters it can apply.


Don’t attempt to cram the material because once you forget a word or phrase in the context everything seems like ah war because you automatically become lost in your on confusion. Nonetheless, always put your mindset in check before studying, get a fitting time of the day and don’t also forget the right environment has a major role. 


3. Keynote Modification

At that point when we want to read to understand, we sometimes forget some studied stuff because we skipped the keynote modification scope. When reading voluminous materials at first it’s important you study the introduction and pick important keynote from the Author.


This is where the keynote modification comes in as you’re required to use a pencil to pick out or outline some vital information that you can possible use as road map.


4. The Dream View

To clearly explain my point here I will take your attention to a scenario. Whenever we watch a movie we tend to remember the scenes, our favorite actors intonation, a particular action and some significant instances in the movie. The moment you make your reading highly imaginative and realistic with activities around you tend to get a clear picture in another scenario and this can help you on the long run.

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