Do you find yourself struggling to recall conversations, information or deadlines throughout the day? Here are three ways you can improve your memory at work and in your everyday life:
Take handwritten notes — research shows that handwriting kickstarts learning and memorization processes in your brain that are not replicated by typing or other forms of digital note-taking.
Get more sleep — one of the most essential neurological processes for memory formation is consolidation, which occurs during sleep.
Give yourself reminders — schedule emails to your future self to remind you of tasks or information, or use an app to manage your schedule.
– Andrew Aston, The Oklahoma 100