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  • Improve Your Brain Power and Memory in 10 simple steps

    Our brain is capable of doing billion things, but unfortunately an average human can only use approx 8 to 10 percent of our brain.

    Often wonder, how we can increase our brain power. There is no theory but a very easy explanation. See we all have seen knifes, they are sharp and being used at kitchen to cut vegetables and things. The knife which is being used daily would be more sharp then the knife being not used. Same is the case with brain, the more you use it the more it would be powerful.

    Yes ofcorse we use our brain, to do day to day list, but this is not sufficient, we need to use it more.

    Following 10 steps would help you to increase your brain power, try these just for one month and see the result.

    1. Use Your Opposite Hand

    Spend the day doing things with your non-dominant hand. If you are left-handed, open doors with your right hand. If you are right-handed, try using your keys with your left. This simple task will cause your brain to lay down some new pathways and rethink daily tasks. Wear your watch on the opposite hand to remind you to switch.

    2. Only Use Lists as Backup

    Lists are great, but we can become too reliant on them. Make your grocery list, but then try to shop without it. Use the list once you have put every item you can think of in your cart. Do the same with your "to do" lists.

    3. Learn Phone Numbers

    Our modern phones remember every number that calls them. No one memorizes phone numbers anymore, but it is a great memory skills. Learn a new phone number every day.
    4. Prepare One Story Every Day

    Each morning think up one story that you will have ready to tell people. The story can be about something recent or from your past. Try to figure out the most entertaining way to tell the story. If someone calls or stops by, you will have something to talk with them about. It will make you more interesting while exercising your memory.

    5. Observation Games

    Each day pick a specific thing to observe. You may decide to pay attention to what people are wearing one day. Everywhere you go, and on TV, note how people dress and think about why certain people dress the way they do. Give your brain something to think about. The next day, choose something else to observe.

    6. Go a Different Way

    Drive or walk a different way to wherever you go. This little change in routine helps the brain practice spacial memory and directions. Try different side streets, go through stores in a different order -- anything to change your route.

    7. Break the Routine

    Do thing in a different order. Eat breakfast for dinner. Do your errands first thing in the morning. Drink coffee in the afternoon. Do your daily tasks in a new order. Notice how the change feels and what is good or bad about the new order.

    8. Solve a Problem

    Pretend you are starting a business and think about how you would solve a problem. What would you sell and to whom would you sell it? Who are your competitors and how would you beat them? Give your brain something to chew on. The next day, pretend your are starting an organization to fight hunger -- what new ideas can you come up with? Have fun with problem solving to make new connections in the brain.

    9. Make Lists

    Lists are wonderful. Making lists helps us to associate items with one another. Make a list of all the places you have traveled. Make a list of the most disgusting foods you have eaten. Make one list every day to jog your memory and make new connections.

    10. Read a Book

    Pick a book on an entirely new subject. Become an expert in something new each week.

    Hope this would help, believe us you would be surprise with the results.

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