Would you like to enhance your ability to remember and keep improving as you grow older? Would it be useful to know how to promote better memory in others at work and at home?

Improving your own memory and accessing information in your brain is a learnable skill. In fact, there are numerous practical skills and techniques you can learn which will help you. This means there’s lots of choice – and that means you can find what works best for you. That said there are some basic success secrets that apply.

So why would this matter? Think about it. What would having a better memory and information recall mean for you? What would it make possible? And what would it make possible for the people around you if you could apply and share this learning with your team, your clients, your family?

For the past 5 years I’ve been working with Professor of Applied Neuroscience Patricia Riddell to extract the practical benefits from the current tsunami of neuroscience research. In this video we have 5 practical tips for you. Each is well researched. Our intention is that now you can access this information in a simple and immediately applicable format.

Some questions that the video addresses are:
• What choice do you have in how your brains changes and evolves?
• How is your brain active in different states and emotions?
• Do you know how to actively prepare for learning?
• What parts of the brain play a part in memory?
• What role does emotion play in memory?
• How can you find a ‘hook’ for new learning?

Once you’ve watched the video, consider the following: What could you do with this information? How can it help you and those around you achieve maximum effectiveness and improve performance?

The field of Applied Neuroscience is rapidly expanding and there are a huge variety of applications available to you. In fact this is just one little snippet from Module 3 of our Applied Neuroscience Certification Programme which starts in May.

If you want to know more about the neuroscience of learning (and other applications), experience what this new field can deliver, and be a part of advancing the field, now is the time to get on board. Click HERE for more details