4. Remember More, Forget Less
Even though I’m only 29, I feel like there’s still things that I forget on a daily basis. The worst happened two years ago. I was at a client meeting and we all went out for drinks and appetizers afterwards. It turned out that my client’s wife who I had met many times came up to me, said hi and in front of everyone I completely blanked on her name. I was embarrassed. It was a time to shine and I did not. The business relationship was never the same after that.
Short-term memory and long-term memory were never issues that previous generations had to worry about at our age. Why? They didn’t have as many inputs.
Just think about all of the types of technology that you interact with on a daily basis. Even if it’s just a phone and computer, think of all of the apps and inputs you have in your life. The facebook feed alone is overwhelming!
Nootropics once a day are the EASIEST way to retain more information.