In the process of remembering, the brain plays a big role. The brain can be divided into left brain and right brain. Left brain functions associated with logic, numbers, writing, intelligence, calculation, analysis, and for short-term memory (short term memory). Meanwhile, our right brain is used for creativity, imagination, music, colors, shapes, emotions, and for long-term memory (long term memory). Memories will be more durable if the recall using the right brain. To be able to remember it well, need to train the brain to function optimally. Unfortunately, more people are using left brain in the process of remembering. The left brain is more developed that most people without a balanced development of the right brain. Because the left brain is short- term memory, then the information stored in the left brain will be more easily forgotten. Therefore, if you want to save in the right brain, the information must be changed into a story or picture. Because the right brain does not recognize text or numbers. Total Story Technique (TSS) This technique is carried out by making a short story of the things that we had memorized. Creativity is created when we make a short story and imagination played a role when we visualize the story. Total Word Technique (TWT) In this technique the information you want to remember was changed to the abbreviations or if the information that will be remembered is the foreign words, can be converted into words that sound almost the same. This technique is often also called the bridge a donkey. After that, the newly created stories to be accepted by the right brain. Total Number Technique (TNT) This technique is used to remember the numbers. Because the right brain does not know the number or word, it needs to create stories in order to recognize the right brain. Recall method described above is only a few examples of techniques that can be used to remember, because there are still other methods. Metode recall will keep you encouraged to keep creative in creating a short story and imagining.