Do you often struggle to remember the names of other people? Do you find yourself forgetting about the most important information? You are not alone. We often have the false perception that people with good memory are born with natural gifts. However, that is not the case. Our memory can often be trained and hardwired to better remember things. In this course, we will teach you different tips and tricks on how to improve your memory.
Our memory relies heavily on mental retrieval cues to remember information. By assigning a common person or thing of interest to the specific information we want to remember, we will be able to better retrieve this information in the long run. For example, for a person named Tony Tan, our mental retrieval cue would be the Ex-President of Singapore. This technique is proven to boost your memory skills significantly.
Within this 1-day workshop, participants will be able to understand how memory works as well as learn techniques to improve their memory. Participants will also set their own Memory Improvement Action Plan to have realistic goals to work towards after the session.
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
$513.60 per participant (Inc. GST)
No SDF grant.
Absentees will be charged the full course fee.
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