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    • Memory
      • If you live for 75 years
      • 23 years sleeping
      • 19 years working
      • 9 years enjoyment
      • 8 years dressing
      • 6 years travelling
      • 6 months praying
    • Memory
      • How long will you learn
      • Keep learning
      • Never stop learning
      • Learn as much as you can while you are young, since life becomes too busy later
      • Just never let the brain idle.
      • Harder – smarter - sharper
    • Memory
      • Education is to teach people to think
      • Success
      • Only 3% of the people are successful
      • Enjoy your studies
      • Enemy is with in you
      • Mind is remembering or imagining things
    • Memory
      • Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.  ~Chinese Proverb
      • Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty.  ~Henry Ford
      • Learn as if you were going to live forever. Live as if you were going to die tomorrow.
      • Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.- Albert Einstein
    • Memory
      • Memory & intelligence is tested during examination
      • You cannot improve your intelligence
      • Have skills to increase memory
      • It is impossible to begin to learn that which one thinks one already knows
    • Memory
      • "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body“- Sir Richard Steele
      • 'It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change' - Charles Darwin
    • Memory
      • Memory is the ability to recall what has been learned and experienced in the past
      • To recover information about past events and knowledge
      • Memory - recall the right information at the right time
    • Memory
      • Divided into sensory memory short term memory & long term memory
      • Aging affects short term memory and often declines
      • Brain is like a muscle, use to keep it strong
    • Memory
      • Stress and anxiety may interrupt memory and concentration
      • Lifetime learning is the key to keep mind active and fit
      • Maintaining strong ties to your family and friends is important for your mental health, including your memory
    • Memory
      • We retain:
      • 20% of what we hear
      • 30% of what we see
      • 50% of what we hear and see
      • 70% of what we hear, see and talk
      • 90% of what we hear, see, talk and do!
      • So what you have learned, hence work experience in schools
    • Memory
      • Super learning
      • Use right side of your brain
      • Listen to right kind of music
      • Read faster and recall more
      • Relax mind and body together
      • Use your memory creatively
    • Memory
      • Conscious memory
      • sight, hear, smell, touch & taste
      • Sub conscious stores memory
      • If subconscious mind is wandering, brain cannot stores information – absent mindedness
      • If emotional cannot store - solve problem first.
    • Memory
      • Sensory memory – immediate
      • Short term memory 1 to 2 hours
      • Long term memory
      • discuss, analyze, repeat, recollect
      • Observation, visualization, memorize, thinking
    • Memory
      • Reasons for poor memory
      • Lack of concentration
      • Poor impression
      • Lack of observation
      • Lack of interest
    • Memory
      • Sustained attention
      • No enjoyment or interference before & after study - retroactive interference & proactive interference
      • Solve emotions, tensions, worries & thoughts
      • Luck
    • Memory
      • Alpha level - without thoughts –
      • Hear music you love before studies.
        • Brain
      • Left-brain right brain
      • Logic, poetry, arts, reading, study
    • Memory
      • Nasal breathing
      • before studies no tension
      • Enjoys being in your study room
      • Take 15 min rest in study room
    • Memory
      • Eat no non veg food after 7.30 pm
      • Ginger & chilly - pheno propane
      • Chocolate - caffeine - phenyl ethyl amine
      • No bathing after meals
      • Green colour stimulates intelligence
      • Melting ice improves intelligence
    • Memory
      • Conscious mind closes as we close our eyes.
      • Guided imaginary object method
      • Study only for 20 min or else hypnotize
      • Conscious mind down after 20 min
      • Change subject after 45 min for full potential
    • Memory
      • Closing eyes while storing.
      • Repeat after 10 min - after 1 hr- after 1 day after 1 week after one month
      • Wake up at 5 am - recollect in the morning
      • Forget since no repetition.
      • Better Brainpower
      • Learn a language. Learning a new language to halt the age-related decline in brain function
      • Write. Writing is good for your mind in many ways. To tell your memory what is important, so recall things will be easy in the future. To clarify your thinking.
      • Better Brainpower
      • Breath deep. More air in means more oxygen in the blood & therefore in the brain, helps to relax you
      • Meditate. A simple meditation you can do right now is just closing your eyes and paying attention to your breath
      • Sit up straight. Posture affects your thinking process
      • Better Brainpower
      • Avoid sugar. Any simple carbohydrates can give you "brain fog
      • Speed reading. Contrary to what many believe, your comprehension of material often goes up when you learn to speed-read. You get to learn a lot more in less time, and it is definitely a good brain exercise
      • Better Brainpower
      • Exercise. Long term exercise can boost brainpower
      • Develop your creativity. Creativity gives power to your thinking
      • Talk. Talking is only good for the brain if you are actually exercising it
      • Do something you enjoy. This is a way to both lower stress & revamp your brain
      • Better Brainpower
      • Learn new things. This is another way to exercise the brain
      • Walk. Exercise has been shown to benefit the brain, and walking is one of the best exercises
      • Eat fish. Eating fish actually speeds up brain waves, and improves concentration
      • Motivate yourself
      • Better Brainpower
      • Laugh. The release of endorphins caused by laughter lowers stress levels, which is good for long term brain health – new ideas & new thoughts
      • Play. Stimulating the brain causes measurable changes in the structure of the brain
      • Do puzzles. Crossword puzzles, lateral thinking puzzles, and even good riddles are a great way to get brain exercise
      • Every child has a specific way of absorbing information. Some learn through visual stimulation; others are more responsive to sound & language; while some learn more quickly through touch & motion. Therefore, children can be broadly classified into three categories based on their preferred learning style:
      • the Lookers, the Listeners, & the Movers
      • Or Visual, Auditory and kinesthetic   
      • Better Brainpower
      • Sing. When you are alone in your car, try singing about something you are working on. This taps into and exercises your right brain
      • Nuts. University students in Brazil and other South American countries often eat several Brazil nuts before an exam, believing they are good for their mental power
    • Memory
      • Wit and humor for retention .
      • Humour is by far the most significant activity of the human brain
      • Respect teachers, elders and parents
      • Give life the very best and be proud of you
    • Memory
      • Thank you for your patient listening
      • I wish you good luck
      • May GOD Bless you all
      • Joseph Chacko
      • Life Skills Coach
      • Email:
      • Mobile: 94474 14963
    • Memory