Our ability to learn is one of the great brain functions that keeps us young. Learning can be considered moments when one pays focused attention to an experience and then encodes that experience as a memory which can then be retrieved at another time. Each of our memories is then a story line regarding a moment in time in which we learned something. If the brain is capable of this skill well into old age, then what would your life be like if you were to intentionally choose what you focused your attention on? What if you were to begin to sculpt your own story lines, labeling new stories as “memorable”? What if you were to stop reading the old stories that no longer served you?