I remember many things from my past, the things I tend to remember are more central to me and I must admit there are some things that I wish I did remember. I actually had bad memory, probably still do, some people are special in their memory application and capacity, I was not born with such talent.
However, when it comes to memory normally the reapplication of it is really how to make it fresh in the mind. As they say, practice makes perfect. The more it visualize in your mind, the more likely you’ll remember it. Whether it be you are considering it or solving it you still thinking about it. That helps for when the need arrives you can take it from memory all the many thoughts you had on that particular subject (what description you remember giving it, the implications of it and so forth).
Most people would not reason it but memory capacity is really memory absorption, what knowledge you can take in. I remember I said one time you need precursor knowledge to learn more complex knowledge that is based on that precursor.
Though this important absorption of knowledge to memory tends to be heavily based on the person’s will, if you do not want to learn you won’t. It is really that simple. This is why people in the area of education are trying to find simple fun ways to teach some of the hardest topics like (algebra, science, writing, programming etc.)
Regardless anyone knows well that the passionate man is more likely to master a topic over so than a normal man. That’s mostly because the passionate man finds natural fun in what he is doing while a normal man might need a little more incentive and drive.
For me to remember things comes hard like everything else, some are easier than others I still love learning new things and sticking them to memory for later use. But when you have to remember just keep on the noggin and have fun with your new-found knowledge.
David Shaw is a certified nerd and scum of the earth. Jamaican by birth, he enjoys long walks and the simple things in life. He is also an entrepreneur, writer and graphic designer. You can follow his mundane madness on twitter @davidcs_aw.