What can you expect from a Paul Mellor seminar? A passionate speaker who authenticates that memory can be improved.
Long before the existence of notepads and smartphones, people had to rely on their memory to get things done. Centuries later, memory is as important as ever.
Demonstrating by the use of bricks and chains, Paul Mellor simplifies on how we remember and why we forget.
With humor and compassion, you will see instant results for recalling names and faces, speaking without notes, and getting through the day without the fear of forgetting.
The edge goes to the person who can think quickly on their feet without reaching for their notes.
Having the ability to remember names and faces shows that you care and puts you in high regard.
Rapidly recalling facts and figures promotes you as the ‘go-to’ person who gets results.
Remembering shopping lists, recipes, and appointments helps you save time.
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A better memory enables students to comprehend quickly, as well as scoring higher grades in subjects such as, History, Geography, Science, Language and the Arts.