Picture this: A lone elephant lumbers across the open savanna.
As you read that sentence, your imagination began painting a mental picture. You likely saw in your mind’s eye an elephant walking across wide, grassy terrain.
Stop and analyze what you just did. It’s really rather remarkable.
Chances are, as you read this, you aren’t on safari in Africa. There are no actual elephants in your immediate vicinity. But you’re still able to envision an elephant in widescreen detail simply by reading words on a page.
And that happened, automatically and without any effort on your part, because we humans are both visual and imaginative beings. Not only are we born with eyes that allow us to view the world around us, but our brains have the extraordinary power to record and recreate that reality within the limitless universe of our imagination.
And even more amazing, those imaginary constructs are often linked to our very real emotions. If you’re passionate about...
Emails have replaced handwritten notes, which are now looked upon as rare and curious relics from a bygone era.
Which, in an ironic twist of fate, is how those humble missives have gained newfound status to a generation unfamiliar with – yet at the same time, intrigued and inspired by - the simple act of sitting down and scrawling a quick note of thanks on a piece of nice stationery.
A recent survey of 2,000 American adults revealed that millennials not only appreciate writing more but are, surprisingly, more likely to keep hold of handwritten notes than those in their fifties.
And this same survey showed that nearly nine in ten millennials value handwritten notes more than alternative means of communication (i.e., texts and emails).
Yet for all that, handwritten notes continue to be extremely rare compared...
And how many of them do you remember? Not just a blurry image of a barely-remembered face, but truly remember at least some details of their unique life and the impression they made on yours?
It’s easy to become just another random face in the parade of life. But if you want to succeed, you need to stand out from the crowd. You need to leave a lasting impression. You need to become… Unforgettable.
Is it a super-power—The ability to turn invisible, but in reverse?
And not just for a moment, but to remain vibrant in someone’s memory even when you’re no longer in close proximity, either in time or space.
The good news is, you don’t need to be bombarded with radiation or travel to a mystical dimension to gain this amazing ability. The secrets to attaining unforgettability are actually quite simple. Here are just a few.