“I’m No Good With Names … But I never Forget A Face”

At last night’s PMI-SOC Monthly Meeting, the guest speaker was Bob Gray, a very engaging, entertaining, and effective speaker.

Bob Gray

With humour, compelling examples and audience participation exercises – and there had to be close to 200 people there – Bob was able to demonstrate the power of association as an aid to memory.

He showed us how to improve – massively – our ability to memorize and accurately recall: 1) the names of the first 10 US presidents, and 2) 8 subjects that the audience had never seen before.

Give his website (www.memoryedge.com) a look for more info about Bob and his unique and valuable skill.

Your comments are welcome.



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