Reminders Article Template

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What’s the one thing that sets you, as an Expert Author, apart from non-experts with a general interest in your niche?

Answer: Your Brain

The human brain is a beautiful thing. As an expert faced with any kind of scenario in your niche, your brain has thousands or even tens of thousands of related memories from which to pull data and solve problems. Much of this data has been stored away in your long-term memory.

Your long-term memory stores data via repetition, performing a task in a particular manner, sleep, etc. Given the amount of experience you have gathered in your niche, you may have picked up a few tricks to help you remember a procedure, an important matter, and much more.

Someone with less experience doesn’t have that data, but they want it! You can share your own memory strengthening techniques in your niche through high-quality, original articles with the Reminders Article Template.

This template gets you thinking about the best way to leave reminders for yourself and others. Here’s how:

  • Identify a scenario with a commonly forgotten simple solution. Think about how you remember things yourself. Do you write things down on a piece of paper or do you leave it to your memory to remember?
  • Explain processes or options of how to remember the best solution when that scenario comes up. For example, do you have a mnemonic device or some other nugget of knowledge to share with others to help their memory?
  • Outline how the reminders will help and what they will help avoid.
  • Summarize the reminder again. Reiterate the points that you’ve already shared in the article and conclude your thoughts.

Exercise your brain by thinking of your own memory strengthening techniques and share them in your next set of high-quality original articles.

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Have you written an article using the reminder style? Share your article and experiences in the comments section below.


Michael Pilon writes:

I would also add a passion. As life goes by I still think back to school. I had a all all through school as I looked on it as a multi-dimensional world. There was of course the academics but interrelationships with classmates, admiration and respect for my wonderful treachers etc.
All have made life fun..Now when one says fun there will be many who will jump all over that and say “Mike you are not a serious person” Sad but I worked in the military that felt that enjoying one’s self and portraying this was no “On”.

Comment provided September 3, 2012 at 10:24 AM


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Comment provided September 3, 2012 at 10:55 AM



This is a very useful post as I myself get disorganized sometimes. Thank you, Chris!

Comment provided September 3, 2012 at 11:01 AM



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Comment provided September 3, 2012 at 1:43 PM


Randall Magwood writes:

Nice blog post. Definitely an article template I have to use.

Comment provided September 3, 2012 at 3:36 PM


Lance Winslow writes:

I have tried to write articles like this before, and they did come out pretty good. I wrote one on how to memorize chemical polymer chains for Chemistry Class, and after I wrote that one, I realized the different methods I’d used in school to memorize events, facts, and study for tests. The other day I watched a special on TV about the Memorizing Championships in NY, very cool. Anyway, I agree that this is a great template strategy and it really helps people. Have you ever noticed that an auto parts counter guy seems to remember all the part numbers for almost any car, or how your friend who is a sports enthusiast can remember all those past scores and stats?

Comment provided September 3, 2012 at 4:27 PM


Gagandeep singh writes:

I completely agree with you Chris… This is something i have been looking for … Thanks for sharing and i wish you keep up that good work

Comment provided September 4, 2012 at 3:26 AM


mike mo writes:

thanks for this advice, i will learn that by heart.The brain is the most important thing of articles writing.

Comment provided September 4, 2012 at 10:30 PM



I have been reading your article over and I think you make many valid points to the Article Template.
thank you.

Comment provided October 14, 2012 at 9:01 PM


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