Remember More, Learn More and Cope Better (Self-Help / Personal Growth / Memory Improvement 3) (Volume 3)

REMEMBER MORE, LEARN MORE AND COPE BETTER (Compendium of 2 books or manuscripts in 1) Book 1: Learning and Memory: How to Use Advanced Strategies & Techniques to Remember More, Learn More, Accelerate Your Brain Power & How to Avoid Memory Deficit in Later Life & Book 2: Menopausal Brain Fog Memory: Strategies to Help

REMEMBER MORE, LEARN MORE AND COPE BETTER (Compendium of 2 books or manuscripts in 1) Book 1: Learning and Memory: How to Use Advanced Strategies & Techniques to Remember More, Learn More, Accelerate Your Brain Power & How to Avoid Memory Deficit in Later Life & Book 2: Menopausal Brain Fog Memory: Strategies to Help Women Think Straight and Cope Better in the Workplace by Stirling De Cruz-Coleridge ABOUT THIS BOOK BUNDLE: The book bundle or 2 in 1 manuscript, provides great value because there are so many books on the market about memory, but this one is really different. Both manuscripts can be read from start to finish or, from whatever chapter you find of interest but the main point is that learning and memory, are all interconnected. The first book Learning and Memory: How to Use Advanced Strategies & Techniques to Remember More, Learn More, Accelerate Your Brain Power & How to Avoid Memory Deficit in Later Life, addresses ways to learn, improve, accelerate, train and develop your memory and brain power at whatever age or stage in life, whether a student, office worker, retired, or experiencing bouts of absentmindedness perhaps due to menopause. The first book introduces advanced strategies and tips, but it considers a spectrum of other factors that greatly affect memory and what you can do to support and maintain poor memory. In recognition of women suffering during menopause, the second book Menopausal Brain Fog Memory: Strategies to Help Women Think Straight and Cope Better in the Workplace, aims to deliver the current scientific evidence that attempts to decode the mystery behind Menopausal Brain Fog, as well as several coping mechanisms and strategies that can help women manage its effects, and prevent it from hampering their performance in the workplace as well as their daily lives.