Jeff Haden
October 28 2021

You have an idea. A great idea. A brilliant idea. A potentially business- or life-changing idea. But then, by the time you get the chance to write it down, you’ve forgotten it.
Even though it’s unlikely that something you can’t remember for more than a few hours is that important, still: We’ve all had things we wanted to remember, but couldn’t.
And that’s a problem, because where success is concerned, what you know, and what you actually do with that knowledge, can make all the difference.
So what can you do if you need to remember something important? Most memory-improvement techniques—like mnemonics, chunking, and building memory palaces—involve a fair amount of effort.

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