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November 22, 2006
Memory is a way of holding on to the things you love, the things you are, and the things you never want to lose.
 ~Kevin Arnold

As we get older minor changes in our brains can slow down some of our cognitive function -- making it harder for some of us old dogs to learn new tricks.

But it’s not as bad as many so called “experts” would lead you to believe.

There’s actually been some very extensive research done on the subject and it’s quite promising. Like the recent review done by the folks over at Harvard Men’s Health Watch.

And the verdict is in – we win! Studies prove we can absolutely stop degenerative memory slide and increase our cognitive abilities at any age. And all it takes is to exercise the old brain matter from time to time.

Here are a some quick and easy ones that I like to use to stay sharp as a tack and quick as a whip…

1) You’ve got to believe

Don’t believe most of the hype you hear about getting older. Just because you’ve got a little gray hair, doesn’t mean you’re going to start forgetting where you live and who you are.

If you consistently keep a positive mind set you can accomplish just about anything at any age. Whether it’s in the weight room or in the theatre of your mind.

2) Broaden your mind

Strengthen your mind by testing it in new and different ways. Try reading out loud for a change or reciting a poem – and if you need to remember something write it down. Even if you never go back and look at what you wrote. The simple act of writing down information makes it stick that much better.

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3) Say it together

If you need to remember something on the spot like an important name of someone you just met. Or a key point in one of your most recent business projects – try repeating it back to yourself right away. If you’ve just meet an important business contact named Jim – you can cement his name in your brain by saying something as simple as… “So Jim I hear you’re the top real-estate developer in all of south Florida.”

4) Think outside the box

Don’t be scared to try something you’ve never tried before. Try doing your own taxes this year (even if you end up using your accountant) or take a crack at the New York Times Crossword Puzzle. Or you could try cooking new recipes… exploring different hobbies…build models …travel to different places… talking to new people. It might take you a little outside your comfort zone at first but give it a little time and you’ll be up to speed before you know it

5) Seek professional help

Memory improvement courses are available everywhere these days. I’d recommend taking a class in your area – or just as good you could purchase a CD/DVD home study version. Almost every one that I’ve seen on the internet will give you all your money back if you’re not satisfied. So if it doesn’t work just send it back and try a different one.

It can’t hurt right?

And really what could be more fun? Challenging yourself – learning new things – exploring new places. That’s what life is all about!

And have a ball doing it too -- just because it’s good for you doesn’t mean you shouldn’t enjoy yourself.

We’ve got 100 years of fun and games ahead of us -- let try a little bit of everything!

Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!!

Stay Healthy!

Doc Darville

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