Deliberately remembering something
When you deliberately remember something you’ve learned or came across recently, you signal to your brain that it needs to hold onto that piece of information.
When you are exposed to the same information multiple times, it takes less time to trigger and set in motion the information in your long-term memory and it becomes easier for you to fetch the information when you need it.
Solve the problem or leave the problem. But…… Do not live with the problem.
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