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A neuroscientist revealed 3 habits to improve your memory, and 1 that can damage it

"Being too task-focused can harm our memory and creativity," Jha warned.Greg Bajor/Getty Images Memory doesn't always work as we'd like it to. We remember much less than we think and, above all, less than we'd like. Neuroscientist Amishi Jha explained the keys to remembering something successfully. Memory doesn't always work the way you want it to — you remember less than you think and, often, less than you'd like. "What we think is a memory problem is often actually an at...
Tags: UK, Science, Education, International, Trends, Strategy, Charles Darwin, Nordic, University Of Miami, Albert Einstein Steve Jobs, BI International, Jha, Amishi Jha, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Business Insider España


Walter Isaacson on How Book Editor Alice Mayhew Shaped Stories Like All the President’s Men

With a Salty Passion that could be abrupt but endearing (most of the time), book editor Alice Mayhew, who died on Feb. 4 at 87, helped create the nonfiction genre of the blockbuster Washington insider tale. For almost 50 years, she shepherded waves of writers whom she prodded to combine journalistic reporting with literary storytelling. She had a theological belief in chronological narrative, and would slash from a manuscript any self-indulgent diversions and scribble in the margins “all things ...
Tags: Books, News, Washington, Uncategorized, Bob Woodward, Albert Einstein Steve Jobs, Isaacson, Mayhew, Carl Bernstein, Walter Isaacson, Alice Mayhew


The Career Journey - What It Takes To Succeed - The Recruiter's Perspective.

It was 8 years ago in July 2008, where I found myself reflective, hopeful, pondering from a bird's eye view my Career vantage point while overlooking Lake Tahoe in a year where I had steered my career back to the staffing landscape.  It was a welcome reprieve from what up until that point had been a busy year.  Lake Tahoe, a beloved place I love to visit and will have opportunity again to visit this summer at our family reunion.  I am very much looking forward to finding myself there again to re...
Tags: Utah, Jobs, United States, Research and development, Lake Tahoe, Orville, Emerald Bay, MASLOW, Albert Einstein Steve Jobs, Mike Rasmussen, Lee Hecht Harrison, RecruitingBlogs


What It Takes To Succeed - The Recruiter's Perspective.

It was 8 years ago in July 2008, where I found myself reflective, hopeful, pondering from a bird's eye view my Career vantage point while overlooking Lake Tahoe in a year where I had steered my career back to the staffing landscape.  It was a welcome reprieve from what up until that point had been a busy year.  Lake Tahoe, a beloved place I love to visit and will have opportunity again to visit this summer at our family reunion.  I am very much looking forward to finding myself there again to re...
Tags: Utah, Jobs, United States, Research and development, Lake Tahoe, Orville, Emerald Bay, MASLOW, Albert Einstein Steve Jobs, Mike Rasmussen, Lee Hecht Harrison, RecruitingBlogs