How to help Stave off Dementia What’s the most effective way to keep your brain healthy and stave off dementia as you age? You may not want to hear the answer….but it’s physical exercise, the type most of us hate, where we elevate our heart rate for at least 30 minutes several times a week….but [...]Read more Can we do anything about dementia?
Hearing tip Have you ever been at a party and you receive a phone call and you can’t hear too well, so you try to improve things by placing your finger in your other ear? It doesn’t work does it? The answer? Cover the mouthpiece with your hand! You will still hear everyone else just as […]Read more Hearing tip when on the phone at a loud cocktail party
Unilateral hand clenching increases neuronal activity in the frontal lobe of the contralateral hemisphere. Such hand clenching is also associated with increased experiencing of a given hemisphere’s ‘mode of processing’…….or so the authors of a recent report state! Wonderful! What’s that in [...]Read more Hand clenching to improve your memory
I am often asked “Why do we need to develop our memory when we have Google?” Here is a short Skype interview with my friend Terry Brock. Funny, unique and interactive in his entertaining conference keynotes and workshops, Bob Gray reveals the untapped potential in each of us. His empowering [...]Read more Memory in the age of Google
Do you cram for exams? Do you typically spend hours cramming the night before? We have all had instances in our lives where we have fallen behind in our studies, or we just plain procrastinate and leave our studying until the last minute. It may work for you, but it’s certainly not the [...]Read more Should you cram for exams?
Your brain doesn’t always tell you the truth, it often lies to you. Answer this problem quickly. A coffee and a cookie together cost $1.10. The coffee cost $1 more than the cookie. How much does the coffee cost? Most people say $1, which is wrong. The coffee costs $1.05 and the cookie 5¢. [...]Read more Your Brain Lies To You
Arthur to McKinley In my previous posts I had you memorize the 1st 20 US presidents by linking them together in groups of five to four separate rooms in your home, with the first president, Washington, associated to your 1st location in your home, I used my downstairs hallway and placed a huge [...]Read more Memorize US Presidents
Lincoln to Garfield How to memorize the US Presidents. In my previous posts I had you memorize the 1st fifteen presidents by linking them together in groups of five to three separate rooms in your home, with the first president, Washington, associated to your 1st location in your home, I used [...]Read more Memorize the US Presidents
Polk to Buchanan Memorize the US Presidents. In my previous two posts I had you memorize the 1st ten presidents by linking them together in groups of five to two separate rooms in your home, with the first president, Washington, associated to your 1st location in your home, as an example I used [...]Read more Memorize the US Presidents
Quincy Adams to Harrison Remember the US Presidents. I mentioned in my previous post how as a keynote presenter I often have the audience remember the US Presidents as a creative exercise for forming images. I thought I would extend it beyond the first 10 and write a series of posts to show how [...]Read more Remember the US Presidents