Construct vivid imagery to give your memory what it wants. We are not programmed to remember boring things; in fact, we are wired to remember that which is notable and vivid. Thus, during the process of learning and memorizing, take a boring piece of information and go through the exercise and effort of dreaming up vivid imagery for it. Draw or doodle it, even. We should also utilize vivid imagery in creating stories to help memorization. Thirty percent of our brains are devoted to visual imagery, so you can see why this would be effective.
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