New Orleans, LA, United States – June 21, 2021 – Memory is the most frustrating element of being human – and it might just be the key to a happier, more fulfilled life. Like a muscle, memory can be trained and strengthened with simple engagement exercises, but most people have no idea where to start. How do you improve something so intangible, fleeting, and flawed? Hint: you use it, anyway.
Author James Hays explains in Write It. Forget It. If You Can that “research shows journaling helps mental health and that, while writing, our brains behave quite similarly to those of athletes, musicians, or anyone completing complex tasks… [It] can also improve memory, increase one’s self-esteem, and provide a sense of fulfillment.”
Write It. Forget It. If You Can isn’t just another journal in a sea of bland, blank books. This guided autobiography directs readers through memory recall techniques with proven efficacy. The result? Improved cognitive abilities, sharper memories, and increased happiness. You’re left with far more than a catalog of dry, dull details outlining what your life was — but rather, how it was.
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For a limited time, readers can get the companion guide Read It. Forget It. If You Can for $0.99 at Amazon for a thorough and fascinating introduction to the science and practical application of memory recall.