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I just had a conversation with my friend. He said that he has great long term memory, but horrible short term memory. I told him that I could help him out, as a lot of short term memory is learned rather than inherited. I may post my advice later, but for now I was wondering if anyone had some tips or techniques on remembering daily things... remembering anything short term in general actually. At my gym, I have about a thousand people that come in regularly, and I remember most of their names, which surprises them. I struggled with this at first, but eventually the name would just pop into my head after seeing someone just a second time.
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