Make Your Memory Work Harder for You: Four Easy Tricks
When you think about it, it’s pretty amazing that the same brain that stores our favorite moments, the names and faces of our loved ones, and what our favorite foods taste like is also somehow expected to make room for cocktail chatter, PowerPoint presentations, and whatever your boss’s dog’s name is. We ask a ridiculous amount of our memories, and having yours work for you can be the difference between closing a deal and stumbling through a job interview or sales call.
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