April 2020 Desktop Wallpaper: -There are only two ways by which we can possibly think of a thing: first, by means of an outside stimulus; second, by association with something already in the mind. Applied to these April 2020 Desktop Wallpapers, that means just this: first, you can recall your points by the aid of some outside stimulus such as notes and April 2020 Calendars—but who likes to see a speaker use notes? Second, you can remember your points by associating them with something already in the mind. They should be arranged in such a logical order that the first one leads inevitably to the second, and the second to the third as naturally as the door of one room leads into another. That sounds simple, but it may not prove so for the beginner who’s thinking powers are rendered hors de combat with fear. There is, however, a method of tying our points together that is easy, rapid, and all but foolproof. I refer to the use of a nonsense sentence. To illustrate: suppose you wish to discuss a veritable jumble of ideas, unassociated and hence hard to remember, such as, for example, cow, cigar, Napoleon, house, religion. Let us see if we cannot weld those ideas like the links of a chain by means of this absurd sentence: “The cow smoked a cigar and hooked Napoleon, and the house burned down with religion.”
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Now, will you please cover the above sentence with your hand while you answer these questions? What is the third the point in that talk, the fifth, fourth, second, first? Does this method work? It does. And the member of this course is urged to use these April 2020 Desktop Wallpapers. “Initiative”. Start a sentence with “initiative”. You will probably have no idea of what you are going to say or how you are going to end the sentence, but, nevertheless, begin. Even a poor showing is more to be desired than utter defeat. “Initiative means originality, doing a thing on your own, without eternally waiting to be told.” That is not a scintillating observation. It won’t make speech history. But isn’t it better than an agonizing silence? Our last phrase was what?—“waiting to be told.” All right, let us start a new sentence with that idea.
“The constant telling and guiding and driving of employees who refuse to do any original thinking are one of the most exasperating things imaginable.” Well, we got through that one. Let us plunge again. This time we must say something about imagination: April 2020 Calendars, that is what is needed with vision. “Where there is no vision,’ Solomon said, ‘the people perish’.” We did two that time without a hitch. Let us take heart and continue: “The number of employees who perish each year in the battle of business is really lamentable. I say lamentable, because, with just a little more loyalty, a little more ambition, a little more enthusiasm, these same men and women might have lifted themselves over the line of demarcation between success and failure. Yet the failure in business never admits that this is the case.”
And so on…. While the speaker is saying these platitudes off the top his mind, he should, at the same time, be thinking hard of the next point in his planned speech, of the thing he had originally intended to say. This endless chain method of talking will if continued very long, trap the speaker into discussing plum pudding or the price of a canary bird. However, it is a splendid first aid to the injured mind broken down temporarily through forgetfulness and, as such, it has been the means of resuscitating many a gasping and dying speech.
I have pointed out in this April 2020 Desktop Wallpaper how we may improve our methods of getting vivid impressions, of repeating and of tying our facts together. But memory is so essentially a matter of association that “there can be”, as Professor James points out, “no improvement of the general or elementary faculty of memory; there can only be the improvement of our memory for special systems of associated things.”