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What is the Mandela Effect?

What is the Mandela Effect?

Have you ever been so sure of something happening only to find out later that you had it all wrong? Fiona Broome was one person who was sure her memory was correct but ended up not matching current reality. Beginning in 2009, she started documenting these memories on her website, The Mandela Effect. Broome explains that […]

People Are Better at Remembering Names Rather Than Faces

People Are Better at Remembering Names Rather Than Faces

How many times has this happened to you? You are at a networking event that is the perfect opportunity to gain new clients for your company. As you make your rounds around the room, shaking hands, someone stops you and says, “How nice to see you again!” You look at their face and draw a […]

How Bill Gates Remembers Everything He Reads

How Bill Gates Remembers Everything He Reads

It’s not always what you read, but how read it that makes the material stick with you. One person who can attest to this is avid reader, Bill Gates.  To date, he reports reading roughly 50 books each year on top of running a company worth over a billion dollars. That’s a lot of books […]

Why It’s So Hard To Remember People’s Names

Why It’s So Hard To Remember People’s Names

“Hi, I’m Dave. Nice to meet you.” “Nice to meet you, Dave. I’m Jane.” Common enough names to remember, but how is it that Dave will walk away from their initial meeting, forgetting the name, Jane? It happens all the time in business and can be embarrassing. Introducing yourself again to someone you’ve already met […]

Do we lose memories forever

Do We Lose Memories Forever?

How many times has this happened to you? You are out with friends exchanging stories about your childhood when someone tells a story about you. For a second, you think they are playing a joke on you. “Did that really happen?” you ask yourself, pausing as you wish you could remember the memory on your […]