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How to Remember Everything Without Being Hard Working

Are you overwhelmed by the amount of knowledge that you are expected to remember every day? The Digital Age can leave us feeling like we are in a constant state of information overload. We have so many things competing for our attention, that it can be hard to stay focused. Your memory is one of the first things to suffer in the communications bombardment. Luckily, there are a few strategies that you can adopt to improve your memory without having to turn into a supercomputer. Hack your brain’s storage system by understanding the basics of memory Our brains have an incredible capacity for storing data. If we defined the limits of our minds in technological terms, we can store about 2.5 million gigabytes of information in our heads. [1] If this is true, then why do so many of us routinely forget why we walked into a room or what we had for breakfast? We can store loads of information, but if we want to improve our memory we have to maximize our brain’s filing system. Short-Term Mem

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Tattoos by  Mentat Gamze Mentat Gamze is a tattoo artist from...

Tattoos by  Mentat Gamze Mentat Gamze is a tattoo artist from Istanbul, Turkey. He creates detailed black line images with a splash of red color. The red color is symbolic. I was so happy to do what I like. I wanted to reflect this on my work and I honoured this change with the red dot. I like black tattooes and I didn’t want to involve colors thats why a bright red dot was the best choice to catch a contrast with a pitchblack tattoo. It also created a contradiction to burdensome times in my past and It was to symbolise hope and courage. Bored Panda See more great tattoo art on Cross Connect Magazine . Find hope and courage in art - follow us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook . Posted by Lisa .

Tattoos by  Mentat Gamze Mentat Gamze is a tattoo artist from... crss

Tattoos by  Mentat Gamze Mentat Gamze is a tattoo artist from Istanbul, Turkey. He creates detailed black line images with a splash of red color. The red color is symbolic. I was so happy to do what I like. I wanted to reflect this on my work and I honoured this change with the red dot. I like black tattooes and I didn’t want to involve colors thats why a bright red dot was the best choice to catch a contrast with a pitchblack tattoo. It also created a contradiction to burdensome times in my past and It was to symbolise hope and courage. Bored Panda See more great tattoo art on Cross Connect Magazine . Find hope and courage in art - follow us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook . Posted by Lisa . crss

Reading 200 Books a Year Is Possible If You Master These Two Skills

Some of the most influential people in the world have said that reading is the key to knowledge, expanding your mind and understanding and gaining true success. But as an average Joe, how many books can we conceivably read? You might get through a few books a year if your attention span lasts that long, or more if you’re really an avid reader. But what if I told you that it’s possible to read 200 books a year? And in doing so opening your mind and creating a better path to success? Why Do We Find it So Hard to Read Quickly? So now you’re probably thinking 200 books a year is a ridiculous feat and in no way, shape or form do you have that kind of time! According to the maths, it will take 417 hours to read 200 books when reading at 400 wpm [1] . If you think you don’t have 417 hours to spare then consider that the average person spends 2250 hours a year watching TV and checking social media combined . So when you think of it like that, you realize a bit of prioritizing can make it

90% of People Chase for What Others Want, but Not What They Really Want

What do you think the main purposes in life are? Some people would say that the main goal is to have a happy family, while others may say a successful career. Some people may prioritize traveling and seeing the world, while others want to spend as much time as possible with their friends. In reality the main purposes are different for everyone, but sadly lots of people are heavily influenced by other people. This can mean that they have the wrong purpose for their life as instead of following something that they feel passionately about, they are following something someone else feels passionately about. One of the main problems with this is that most people who are easily influenced don’t realize how easily they can be influenced! They think that they are following their own goals, and they don’t realize that they are actually prioritizing the approval of others above their own dreams. Ask yourself these questions; do you think that your purpose in life is great? Do you think you w

The Lost Art of Serious Relationships: It's Too Easy to Meet New People in Today's World

Let’s face it, the dating world today isn’t what it used to be. With all of the social networking and online dating sites out there, finding a partner has become too easy. So instead of taking the time to really get to know somebody, everyone is too busy expecting the next, better option to come along. It’s part of the instant gratification culture – put in little to no effort and the perfect partner will just fall into your lap. Dating apps give us the illusion of choice. You probably have more access to dating websites and apps than social networking sites. In fact, the last relationship advice you received was probably to open an account with an online dating site. When you wake up in the morning, you check your calendar, check your messages, and check your dating account. This easy access to potential romantic partners is a problem. Why? Because it gives you the illusion of choice. How many potential dating matches do you see in a day, or even in an hour? Hundreds! And how easy

How to Win More by Giving up for the Right Reason

One of the core practices in Buddhism is non attachment. Buddhists believe that forming emotional attachments to things, will inevitably lead to suffering. Whilst this notion has been taken to extremes, with people not forming attachments to anything, abandoning all possessions and forsaking friendship. I believe that non attachment can be beneficial in certain ways, especially when it is applied to our ideas and goals. It is perfectly natural to cling to our ideas. To want to work day and night to see them through. This is commendable. However, it could be said, that in some contexts, the idea of never giving up on something, no matter the costs, is well…inefficient. [1] Instead of seeing it as giving up, see it as retreating. What is Steve Jobs famous for? I’d bet almost all of you answered “The founder and late CEO of Apple”. I’d again bet that none of you said, the founder of NeXt. [2] This was a company similar to apple that Jobs Founded during the few years he left Apple.