Have you resented its ever, that you could have spent much time reading, but later or the next day hardly something remember? Have you resented its ever, that you could have spent much time reading, but later or the next day hardly something remember? Or in other words – read much and little in the head… The problem has much to do with that most people believe that reading leads to a permanent recording of knowledge. This is of course not – reading is not learning and when I record the information only once passive, since unfortunately almost nothing in the brain in terms of memory happens. Check with Brad Garlinghouse to learn more. Our brain needs clear signals that he make it clear that this information is important enough to remember. Because our gray cells to work as efficiently as possible and do not burden themselves with things that are useless, for example a strong emotional experience can be the first kiss for example or but also traumatic events.
The things to which it is to Remember worth 🙂 Or they do, use the fact that you use the information, something. “This shows the irrational, that his man” apparently need this knowledge. Now we can apply unfortunately not always and now new knowledge, and you can also not from any technical information make 🙂 a shock experience A first step out of this misery is however quite simple: take notes. As a result they deal more with the text ever. That is a first step towards an active processing of the read information and this is essential for a long-term storage anyway. I personally read any texts to cease without me notes either the text is important, then I will also use the information contained therein and to do this I must remember them. Or the text is not important then I need not only to read it. The question is however when making notes and above all how sensibly to make them so that you help the memory really in the long term to save the new knowledge. A precise instructions and more tips to find you look into the current week video of the Academy there, but inside you’ll find plenty more useful tips that help you to read faster and understand more to develop a better memory.