Memories are made up of what you sense—especially what you see and hear. When memory fails, it’s not because you forgot how to remember. It’s because your brain isn’t processing what you see and hear very clearly, so can only store “fuzzy” pictures of an event. It’s like tuning up a radio—if your radio is in tune, you can hear a song clearly and remember its lyrics. If it’s full of static, it’s hard to remember.
This course includes exercises that target your brain’s ability to record auditory and visual information clearly. Clearer recording makes it easier to remember.