Why Your Business Suffers With Short-Term Memory Loss

Seattle, WA (PressExposure) January 15, 2012 -- One in five employees suffers from some form of debilitating mental illness including generalized anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, or any other number of hormone and chemical-based illnesses. These disorders may lead to an increase in employee short-term memory loss which affects business productivity.

The mental exercises which can be ordered through ElementsOfMemory.com have a profound effect on maintaining the efficacy of short-term memory levels, even in the presence of day-to-day stress. Trevor Ponder takes the effects of stress into account in his book, The Elements of Memory. Stress is a major contributing factor to retention failures in short-term memory. The brain courses Ponder offers in both his book and on his website will provide you with the tools necessary to overcome stressful hiccups and will teach you how to relax and recall information more efficiently.

When employees suffer from illnesses which affect their short-term memory (including job stress), their productivity suffers which directly affects any company's bottom line. An employee may fail to write down an important memo after a phone call, a boss might miss a conference call that would have generated new business, critical points discussed at meetings might be forgotten. These potential scenarios illustrate why it is imperative to take courses in memory enhancement to help strengthen your brain.

In order to ensure that your business does not suffer from this type of stress-induced "brain drain," it is essential to make certain that your business remains as stress-free as possible. While this is not something easily achieved, it is a goal worth working towards, and ElementsOfMemory.com can help any business curb the effects of employee short-term memory loss. Investing in The Elements of Memory and following its guidelines would lead to an improvement in morale and a decrease in employee stress levels. Encouraging employees to work on their short-term memory skills may boost their confidence and give their work an extra edge.

Your business should not be made to suffer from the consequences of short-term memory loss. By following the methods devised by Trevor Ponder in The Elements of Memory, your employees will not only increase the accuracy of their short-term memories; they will also be more attentive to detail, reasoning, and will therefore be more effective at their jobs.

Please visit ElementsOfMemory.com for more courses in brain training to develop and enhance short-term memory retention.

Sources consulted:

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/12/13/poor-mental-health-harming-productivity-report-says/

For more information, please contact:

Name: Trevor Ponder

Company Name: Elements of Memory

Address: 93 S Jackson St, #27981, Seattle, WA 98104

Website: http://www.elementsofmemory.com

About Trevor Ponder

Your business should not be made to suffer from the consequences of short-term memory loss. By following the methods devised by Trevor Ponder in The Elements of Memory, your employees will not only increase the accuracy of their short-term memories; they will also be more attentive to detail, reasoning, and will therefore be more effective at their jobs. Please visit ElementsOfMemory.com for more courses in brain training to develop and enhance short-term memory retention.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 15, 2012 at 10:57 pm
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