Go Slow Dont Try to Remember Everything All at Once

This dictum may seem self-evident, but many people do not recognize that the speed at which you can process information, more than the actual volume of data that can be handled by the brain, slows down considerably with age. An older person can learn the same amount as a younger person; it just takes longer, and this slowing down begins in middle age. This is because neuronal network data transfer has slowed down due to gradual decay of brain cells. So if you set unrealistic timetables for yourself that are based on your capabilities from twenty years ago, you increase the likelihood of failure. Pace yourself, because otherwise you may lose confidence and give up by thinking you cannot accomplish a task when, in fact, you can do it if you give yourself a little more time. This applies to both the speed of doing a specific task and the number of tasks that you expect to complete within a specified time period.

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