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Why This Book Matters:
Moonwalking with Einstein explains the importance of remembering and what people can do to improve their memory.
The Big Takeaways:
- We have plenty of storage for our memories.
- If Even if it seems like you can only remember a particular amount of things, you can teach yourself to remember even more.
- The way you store information in your brain can change to hold even more information.
- Changing the way you take in information can help you remember it. For example, when you “chunk” information, you use an organizational tool to help you remember things better.
- It doesn’t necessarily take effort to remember things.
- Even if you don’t remember things, you can end up with items stored in your mind through no effort from your conscious mind.
- The memory held great value in ancient times.
- Without the aid of reading and writing, those who could store information and pass it down to others were valuable to the acknowledgment of history.
- The importance of having a good memory has only dwindled with the accessibility of memory storing tools.
- People don’t often work on improving their memory anymore, even though it could help them be more successful in life.